Saturday, April 8, 2006

7:00-8:00 a.m. Buffet Breakfast sponsored by the Vergilian Society (DeSoto B)

7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Registration (2nd-Floor Foyer)

8:00 a.m.-noon Book Display (DeSoto A)

8:15-9:45 a.m. Annual Business Meeting (all are welcome to attend) (San Marcos A-B)

10:00 a.m.-noon Ninth Paper Session (San Marcos A)

Section A


Why Yanni Can't Read: Making Greek Texts Easier

Wilfred E. Major (Louisiana State University), organizer

  1. Using a Core Vocabulary in Beginning and Intermediate Greek. Wilfred E. Major (Louisiana State University)
  2. Plato for Beginners. Abigail E. Roberts (McCallie School)
  3. “Menander in Second-Year Greek? Have You Lost Your Mind?”--Alternative Approaches to the Second-Year Canon. Frederick Williams (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale)
  4. Greek for Honors Students. Albert T. Watanabe (Louisiana State University)

10:00 a.m.-noon Ninth Paper Session (San Marcos B)

Section B

Greek Poetry 3

Georgia L. Irby-Massie (College of William and Mary), presiding

  1. Inside Orpheus' Song: Colonization, Theogony and Poetic Agons in Apollonius Rhodius and the Orphica Argonautica. Andromache Karanika (Temple University)
  2. Pederasty and Pedagogy in the Homeric Hymn to Hermes. Ryan C. Platte (University of Washington)
  3. Astronomical Ecphrasis: Aratus' Description of the Night-Sky. Matthew S. Semanoff (University of Montana)
  4. Prophecy and Knowledge in Stesichorus' Lille Papyrus. Lindsay G. Samson (University of Iowa)
  5. Performing female selves: the polyphonic voice of Sappho. Katerina Ladianou (Ohio State University)
  6. Simonides' Foil. Michael W. Boler (Fordham University)

10:00 a.m.-noon Ninth Paper Session (San Marcos C)

Section C


Sue T. Robertson (Midlothian High School), presiding

  1. Teaching Classics for Social Justice. Eric K. Dugdale (Gustavus Adolphus College)
  2. Readily Adaptable Materials for the P-3 Classroom and the Eternally Young. Kathryn A. Thomas (Creighton University) and Martha Habash (Creighton University )
  3. Cooperative Learning in the Latin Classroom. Billie Jay Cotterman (University of Florida)
  4. From Tacitus to Nelson Mandela: A New Approach to Intermediate Latin Prose Composition. Kristin O. Lord (Wilfrid Laurier University)
  5. “Who is Made, Maecenas?” A Guide to Recognizing Instrumental Qui. Thomas N. Winter (University of Nebraska, Lincoln)
  6. A Flexible Classical Studies Major: An Effective Expedient for Rescuing a Classics Program in Crisis. Daniel N. Erickson (University of North Dakota)

10:00 a.m.-noon Ninth Paper Session (Granada)

Section D

Latin Poetry 5

Helena Dettmer (University of Iowa), presiding

  1. A Bouquet of Arrows: Ovid's Epistle to Fabius Maximus (Pont. 3.8). Martin Helzle (Case Western Reserve University)
  2. Husband or Boyfriend? The Elegiac Lover in the Face of Adultery. Aaron M. Seider (University of Chicago)
  3. Catullus Politicus. Susan O. Shapiro (Utah State University)
  4. Empire and Identity in Ovid's Heroides 12. Lindsay A. Morse (University of Washington)
  5. Galliambics and Catullus 63: An Audio-Parody of Epic? H. Wakefield Foster (University of Missouri, Columbia)
  6. Lyric, History, and Vision: Horace as Historiographer (C. 2.1). Timothy S. Johnson (University of Florida)

10:00 a.m.-noon Ninth Paper Session (Captiva)

Section E

Classical Tradition 3

Christopher P. Craig (University of Tennessee), presiding

  1. Euripidean Wild Things. John E. Thorburn (Baylor University)
  2. Richard II and Tacitus: Shakespeare's Reading. Herbert W. Benario (Emory University)
  3. Odysseus in Arizona: Ursula LeGuin's City of Illusions. David F. Bright (Emory University)
  4. Classical Reception in the Jesuit Theater: The Flavia of Stefonio. Salvador Bartera (University of Virginia and University of Tennessee)
  5. The Gospel of Dionysus: Robert Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land. John Carlevale (Berea College)
  6. Sappho Boemica: A Reading of Jaroslav Vrchlicky's “Sapfó”. Robert Sklenar (University of Tennessee)

IMPORTANT NOTE: There is no Section F in the Ninth Paper Session.

Noon-1:00 p.m. Buffet Luncheon sponsored by the Women's Classical Caucus (DeSoto B)

Noon-1:00 p.m. Buffet Luncheon for Consulares (Sanibel)

1:30-3:00 p.m. Meeting of the CAMWS Executive Committee (Sanibel)

1:15-3:15 p.m. Tenth Paper Session (San Marcos A)

Section A


Advanced Placement Latin: Making, Grading and Interpreting the Exam

John E. Sarkissian (Youngstown State University), organizer

  1. How the APA Latin exams are made. Linda W. Gillison (University of Montana)
  2. How the AP Latin exams are graded. Mary L. B. Pendergraft (Wake Forest University)
  3. What the numbers mean. John E. Sarkissian (Youngstown State University)

1:15-3:15 p.m. Tenth Paper Session (San Marcos B)

Section B

Roman History 2

Scott Edmund Goins (McNeese State University), presiding

  1. The Alexandrian Donations: Context and Purpose. Cecilia M. Peek (Brigham Young University)
  2. Privilege and Restraint: Roman Sartorial Symbols. Melissa A. Rothfus (University at Buffalo, SUNY)
  3. Religion, Patronage and Cultural Identity at the Court of Julia Domna. Adam M. Kemezis (University of Michigan)
  4. Triumviral Proscription Narratives and the Genesis of Imperial Ideology. John A. Lobur (University of Mississippi)
  5. Shepherds, Cattlemen, and Roman Soldiers: Acculturation within and beyond the Roman Frontiers. Joseph Lemak (University at Buffalo, SUNY)
  6. The Rhetoric of Resistance: The Dedication of the Spolia Opima in Livy 4.20.5-11. Sean E. Lake (Fordham University)

1:15-3:15 p.m. Tenth Paper Session (San Marcos C)

Section C

Panel in honor of Dr. Gareth Schmeling

The Greek Novel

Edmund P. Cueva (Xavier University), organizer

  1. Viewing and Listening on the Novelist's Page. Ewen Bowie (Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford)
  2. The “Aura of Lesbos” and the Opening of Daphnis and Chloe. Hugh J. Mason (University of Toronto)
  3. Longus, Theocritus, and Time. Alain Billault (University of Paris, Sorbonne)
  4. Pumping Up the Volume in Achilles Tatius: Vision, Violence, and Interpretation. Niall W. Slater (Emory University)
  5. Real, Fictional and Fantastic Geography in the Ancient World. Marília P. Futre Pinheiro (Universidade de Lisboa)
  6. Reading the Greek Romance: Reading Aphra Behn's Oroonoko. Jean Alvares (Montclair State University)

1:15-3:15 p.m.. Tenth Paper Session (Granada)

Section D

Greek Epic 4

Mark E. Clark (University of Southern Mississippi), presiding

  1. Composing Suppliant Combatants: Type Scenes in Ring Composition in the Iliad?. Patrick J. Myers (Wabash College)
  2. Andromache's Aristeia. Sean N. Signore (University of Georgia)
  3. The Sole Son in the Iliad. Jonathan L. Ready (University of Miami)
  4. Odysseus and Polyphemus: The Importance of BIE. Timothy A. Brelinski (University of Virginia)
  5. Typhoeus and the Metis of Zeus: Theogony 820-80. Christopher Lovell (University of Texas, Austin)
  6. Justice in Hesiod's Works and Days. John Scott Campbell (University of South Florida)

1:15-3:15 p.m. Tenth Paper Session (Captiva)

Section E

Latin Poetry 6

Robert J. Sklenar (University of Tennessee), presiding

  1. Talking Back to Your Mother: Seneca's Phaedra, Lygdamus the Elegist and Some Intertextual Role-Play in Latin Literature. Alexander J. Dressler (University of Washington)
  2. Catullus and the Culex. Holly M. Sypniewski (Millsaps College)
  3. From Plants to Poets: Sequential Imagery in the Epilogue Odes of Horace's First Three Books. Kathleen R. Burt (University of Florida)
  4. Being Roman and knowing Rome: civic identity in Propertius book IV. Sanjaya Thakur (University of Michigan)
  5. Shunned Love: A Tibullan Response to Propertius 1.15. Matthew D. Crutchfield (University of Missouri, Columbia)

IMPORTANT NOTE: There is no Section F in the Tenth Paper Session.

3:30-5:30 p.m. Eleventh Paper Session (San Marcos A)

Section A

Latin Pedagogy

John C. Gruber-Miller (Cornell College), presiding

  1. Transformational procedures for nudging Latin learners towards producing coherent English translations. Donka D. Markus (University of Michigan)
  2. Horace and Catullus with the English Literature Classroom: An Expansion. Will S. Jennings (Episcopal Collegiate School)
  3. Teaching Cicero's De Amicitia for the New AP Latin Literature Syllabus. Sheila K. Dickison (University of Florida) and Patsy R. Ricks (St. Andrew's Episcopal School)
  4. Second Language Acquisition Skills for Classicists. Dawn LaFon (White Station High School)
  5. Scholia, Handbooks and Online Learning for The 21st Century. Anthony L. Hollingsworth (Roger Williams University)
  6. Lesson Plans for Oerberg's Lingua Latina. Gina M. Soter (University of Michigan)

3:30-5:30 p.m. Eleventh Paper Session (San Marcos B)

Section B

Greek Tragedy 3

Ariel Loftus (Wichita State University), presiding

  1. Welcome to my Nightmare: the Charioteer's Dream in the Rhesos. Mary Ebbott (College of the Holy Cross)
  2. Tragic Thebes and the Athenian Imagination. Steve A. Nimis (Miami University of Ohio)
  3. The Act of Interpretation in Sophokles' Philoktetes. Kevin G. Hawthorne (Baylor University)
  4. Rhetorical tragedies: Failed defenses in Euripides' Hippolytus and Gorgias' Palamedes. Alexander S. Alderman (Brown University)
  5. Fire and the Bow: The Influence of Heraclitus on Sophocles' Philoctetes. Meggan J. Arp (University of Pennsylvania)
  6. Puros antamoibê ta panta kai pûr apantôn: Heraclitus and Aeschylus' Prometheus. Georgia L. Irby-Massie (College of William and Mary)

3:30-5:30 p.m. Eleventh Paper Session (San Marcos C)

Section C

Panel in honor of Dr. Gareth Schmeling

The Latin Novel

Edmund P. Cueva (Xavier University), organizer

  1. Eumolpus' Pro Encolpio and Lichas' In Encolpium: Petr. Sat. 107.1-15. Costas Panayotakis (University of Glasgow)
  2. Vegetables and Bald Heads (Petr. Sat. 109.10.3-4). Aldo Setaioli (University of Perugia)
  3. Maecenas and Trimalchio: More in Common Than Meets the Eye. Shannon N. Byrne (Xavier University)
  4. Awe and Opposition: the Ambivalent Presence of Lucretius in Apuleius' Metamorphoses. Maaike Zimmerman (University of Groningen)
  5. Two Renaissance Readers of Apuleius: Filippo Beroaldo and Henri de Mesmes. Gerald Sandy (University of British Columbia)

3:30-5:30 p.m. Eleventh Paper Session (Granada)

Section D

Latin Epic 4

Amy E. K. Vail (Baylor University), presiding

  1. Unspeakable Barbaric Gore in the Aeneid. Shari Nakata (Luther College)
  2. Aeneas' Behavior during the Sea Storm in Aeneid 1: The Philosophical Background of Vergil's Allusions to Homer and Apollonius. Wolfgang Polleichtner (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany)
  3. Change Writ Large: Medea in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Lyn V. Straka (University of Florida)
  4. The White Doe of Capua (Siluis Italicus, Punica 13.115-137). Neil W. Bernstein (Ohio University)
  5. Iopas and Orpheus: Vergil's Rejection of Cosmological Poetry. David J. White (Baylor University)
  6. The Defeat of Victory in Book 1 of Lucan's Bellum Civile. Mark A. Thorne (University of Iowa)

3:30-5:30 p.m. Eleventh Paper Session (Captiva)

Section E

Greek History 5

Jon S. Bruss (University of the South), presiding

  1. Riddle Me This: Oracles in Herodotus' Histories. Karen A. Gunterman (University of California, Los Angeles)
  2. Female Action and Female Rhetoric in Dionysius, Livy, and Plutarch. Bradley B. Buszard (Christopher Newport University)
  3. Thucydides book 2: Echoes of 480 and Rumblings of Doom. Sophie J. V. Mills (University of North Carolina, Asheville)
  4. Conflict and City's Space: some exempla from Thucydides' History. Claudia Zatta (Tulane University)
  5. Continuity or Change: Strabo and the Egyptian Priesthood. Edward M. Dandrow (University of Chicago)
  6. Elegiac Allusions in Plutarch's Life of Antony. Angela E. Holzmeister (University of Kansas)

IMPORTANT NOTE: There is no Section F in the Eleventh Paper Session.




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