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AIA Lecture: "Bird/Egg, Pen/Hand, Torch/Deer? Pairs of Ordinary Objects on Roman coins" by Liv Mariah Yarrow (October 2021)

The New Orleans Chapter of the Archaeological Institute of America presents "Bird/Egg, Pen/Hand, Torch/Deer? Pairs of Ordinary Objects on Roman coins" by Liv Mariah Yarrow (CUNY).

October 28, 2021 at 6PM CST ~ Register for online zoom lecture at archaeological.org/event

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Live Q&A: American School of Classical Studies at Athens (November 17, 2021)
Join the live Q&A session (on Zoom) about the 2022 Summer Session and Seminars on Wednesday November 17 at 7pm ET. Elizabeth Baltes, Chair of the Committee on the Summer Sessions, will be providing a brief overview of the programs and answering questions live. 

To register for the event, click here.
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Kallion Leadership and the Georgetown Humanities Initiative Panel: "Leadership Through the Humanities: Professional Perspectives"
"Leadership Through the Humanities: Professional Perspectives" is a virtual panel discussion cohosted by Kallion Leadership and the Georgetown Humanities Initiative. Professionals from intelligence, medicine, and the civic sector will share their personal perspectives on how their humanities educations have informed and shaped their professional leadership journeys. They discussed specific humanities artifacts – works of literature, art, songs, performances – that have had a significance impact on the way they have approached their leadership work in professional and personal contexts.
 
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2022 Academy in Rome Summer School

The 2022 Classical Summer School, taking place June 20–July 22, is a five-week program that is designed to provide qualified graduate students, middle school, high school, and post-secondary teachers with a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome through a careful study of material remains and literary sources. Exceptional undergraduate applicants will be considered in rare circumstances.

Sanjaya Thakur, associate professor and chair of the Department of Classics at Colorado College, is the school director. 

The deadline to apply is December 15, 2021. Scholarships are available. Applicants will be notified of acceptance into the program by the end of January 2022; AAR scholarships will be awarded by the end of March 2022.

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