2022 Brandeis Ancient Greek and Roman Studies Graduate Conference - Ancient Worlds Embodied: Identity, Society, and the Human Body in Antiquity

We cordially invite you to attend the 2022 Brandeis Ancient Greek and Roman Studies Graduate Conference - Ancient Worlds Embodied: Identity, Society, and the Human Body in Antiquity

This year's conference will be held over two days, FridayApril 8th (10:00 AM - 2:40 PM EST) and Saturday, April 9th (10:00 AM - 2:00 PM EST). Friday will be hosted in Mandel 303 with the option to join virtually, and Saturday will be virtual with an in-person viewing option again in Mandel 303. The hybrid format of this year's conference has allowed for wide participation from graduate students across the U.S. and abroad and includes papers spanning many cultures and time periods. We believe this will be an excellent opportunity to meet young researchers, hear about their work, and learn from each other. 
Day 1:
Group 1: "Our" Bodies, "Their" Bodies 
Group 2: Genitalia and (Dis)empowerment

Day 2:
Group 3: Negotiation of Bodies, Negotiation of Identities
Group 4: Human Bodies and Personal Identities

Group 5: Vulnerable Bodies

Please see the attached flyer and let us know if you will be attending in-person or virtually by registering through this Google Form. If you would like to join the conference virtually, please use this Zoom link. For more information, see our conference website.


We look forward to welcoming you to this year's conference!


Kelly, Ella, Carlee, and Emily
Graduate Student Representatives, Department of Classical Studies

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