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Brumbaugh-Faculty Author Spotlight Series 2020

The Faculty Author Spotlight digital collection will be available to all Tulane affiliates and the public in an effort to celebrate the authors, promote the extensive scholarship at Tulane, and encourage cross campus scholarly conversations.

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Kehoe-Faculty Author Spotlight Series 2020

The Faculty Author Spotlight digital collection will be available to all Tulane affiliates and the public in an effort to celebrate the authors, promote the extensive scholarship at Tulane, and encourage cross campus scholarly conversations.

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Dr Ryan Boehm - Sizeler Professorship

Dr. Ryan Boehm appointed the Sizeler Family Professor in Judaic Studies III.

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November 22, 2019 Living With the Dead in Roman Italy

The Tulane University Center for Archaeology presents an archaeology brownbag lunch talk.

"Living With the Dead in Roman Italy"

Allison Emmerson, Assistant Professor, Department of Classical Studies, Tulane University

Friday, 11/22/2019, 12:00PM, Dinwiddie Hall Room 305

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2019 Trash Town

2019 Phi Beta Kappa Fall Lecture

Norman Mayer 125

Featuring Dr. Allison Emmerson

Trash Town: Excavating Garbage at Ancient Pompeii

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2019 From Phoenician Emporion to Hellenistic Polis

The Tulane University Center for Archaeology presents an archaeology brownbag lunch talk.

"From Phoenician Emporion to Hellenistic Polis: New Research on Persian and Hellenistic Ashkelon (Israel)"

Ryan Boehm, Associate Professor, Department of Classical Studies, Tulane University

Dinwiddie Hall 305

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Sharing Water in Ancient Rome. The Aqua Claudiana Aqueducts in Rome.
Sharing Water in Ancient Rome by Dennis Kehoe
Sharing Water in Ancient Rome

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Michael Brumbaugh's The New Politics of Olympos Book Release

The New Politics of Olympos

Kingship in Kallimachos' Hymns

Michael Brumbaugh

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Emilia Oddo's Co-edited Bronze Age Book

Co-edited by Emilia Oddo and Konstantinos Chalikias, this book brings together for the first time scholars working on the Bronze Age settlement patterns and material culture of the Southeast Crete, particularly the area of the modern city of Ierapetra

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Dennis P Kehoe, 2019 recipient Oliver Fund

Professor Dennis P. Kehoe, the 2019 recipient of The Oliver Fund award for excellence in faculty mentoring.

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2019 - Jonathan Clark, grad-student, presents at conference

Graduate Student, Jonathan Clark, presents at the conference on Women and Healing, a Consortium on Women, Marriage, and the Household

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Emilia Oddo: Approach to Understanding Identity

Tulane School of Liberal Arts

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January 16, 2019

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Morgan Palmer presents at the 2019 SCS Meeting

Dr. Morgan Palmer presents a paper at the Society for Classical Studies meeting.

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Alumni Present at 2019 Joint AIA and SCS Meeting

Tulane Classical Studies alums present papers at the 2019 Joint Annual Meeting of theArchaeological Institute of America (AIA) and Society for Classical Studies (SCS).

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Allison Emmerson: Award-winning archaeologist pens book on Roman tombs

Allison Emmerson, an assistant professor of classical studies in the School of Liberal Arts, won the Rome Prize offered by the American Academy in Rome and an American Council of Learned Societies fellowship. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)

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Morgan Palmer presents paper at Intermediality Workshop

Professor Morgan Palmer presented a paper entitled “Between Text and Monument: Inscriptional Intermediality in Livy” at the June 2018 Intermediality Workshop at the Morphomata Kolleg, University of Cologne.

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Dennis Kehoe: Rise and fall of Roman Empire exposed in Greenland ice samples

 

Lead pollution from the Roman Empire fell on Greenland—where it was preserved in layers of ice.

Dennis Kehoe Featured

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Morgan Palmer presents at the Classical Association conference

Professor Morgan Palmer presents a paper at the Classical Association conference as part of a panel on “Women in Roman Religion.”

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Emilia Oddo and students present summer pottery research experience

Professor Emilia Oddo and students, Chelsea Morgan and Francesca Luria, talked about the first study season of the pottery at the House of the Frescoes in Knossos, Crete.

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Emilia Oddo in Uncommon Exchanges

Uncommon Exchanges with Prof Emilia Oddo & Prof Mead Allison

Wednesday, Feb 21 at 6PM in Newcomb Art Museum

New Wave Article

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Allison Emmerson: 2018–19 Rome Prize Winner

American Academy in Rome awards Allison Emmerson the Rome Prize.

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Allison Emmerson: ACLS Fellowship Awarded

The American Council of Learned Societies awards fellowship to Allison Emmerson.

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Morgan Palmer presents at CAMWS 2018

Morgan Palmer presented a paper entitled “At Home on the Palatine?  The Sedes of Vesta in Ovid’s Fasti

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Michael Brumbaugh: Manufacturing Authority in Greek Egypt

Michael Brumbaugh examines the role of intellectuals in Ptolemy’s capital city of Alexandria as influential actors in the manufacture and manipulation of this soft power.

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Ryan Boehm's First Book Release 2018

University of California Press releases the first book by Ryan Boehm.

City and Empire in the Age of the Successors: Urbanization and Social Response in the Making of the Hellenistic Kingdoms

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