Undergraduate Papers at CAMWS 2020

Congratulations to the following undergraduates whose papers have been accepted for CAMWS 2020 in Birmingham:

Anastrophe of Relative Clause Constructions in Cato Tess Monks (University of Richmond)     

Graceful Giving: The Role of the Female in Seneca’s De Beneficiis Helen W.Ruger (Columbia University)

The Greatest in Human Memory: Reevaluating the Lydia Earthquake Maxwell J. Shiller (Valparaiso University)

Me, Myself, and I: Understanding Der soziative Plural in the Preface to De Officiis III Through Cicero’s Letters Dalton A. Sala  (Hillsdale College)

The paideia and the mercatores: Tracing Socio-Economic Determiners of Linguistic Education in Late Antique Roman Africa and Egypt Bradyn M. Debysingh (Samford University)

The Performative Rhetoric of Horace Tiffany D. Nguyen (Trinity University)

The Reception of Cato Uticensis and the Confederate Lost Cause William J. Wasta Werner  (University of Richmond)                         

Stilicho: Barbarian Blood in a Roman Heart Hannah N. Phelps (Houston Baptist University)

A Study of Deified Roman Emperors' Titles in Literature and Inscriptions Richard G. Wood (University of Alabama)