Archive of Departmental Presentations
The items below are archived from the "Intra et Extra" column on the departmental homepage that lists presentations and seminars given by members of the department both inside and outside the university.
The following department members will be presenting papers at the 17th International Conference on Patristic Studies at Oxford University.
August 13, 2015: Karen Carducci, "Implicit Stipulations in the Testamentum of Gregory of Nazianzos vis-a-vis the Testamenta of Remigius of Rheims and Caesarius of Arles."
August 12, 2015: Prof. William Klingshirn, "Prophesy and Divination in the Hypomnesticon of Joseph of Tiberias."
August 12, 2015: The Rev. Dr. Edward Naumann, "The damnation of baptized infants according to Augustine: Aliquid novi, or the logical explication of longstanding excumenical implication?"
July 22, 2015: Prof. William Klingshirn, "Theologies of Divination in Late Antiquity: Ritual and Truth," Conference on Negotiating, Communicating, Relating: Approaches to Ancient Divination, Institute of Classical Studies, University of London
May 7, 2015: Prof. William Klingshirn, "Christian Magic and Divination in Merovingian Gaul," Guest Lecture, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
April 16, 2015: Leo Hunt, "Transcendence and Creative Action in the Thought of Maximus the Confessor: A Radical Break with the Neo-Platonic Tradition," Early Christian Seminar, Center for the Study of Early Christianity, CUA
March 30-April 2, 2015: Benjamin Lewis, "The Inner Ear: Reading in Antiquity and the Role of Books in Augustine's Confessions," 8th Annual International Conference on Mediterranean Studies, Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), Athens, Greece
Oct. 9-11, 2014: Dr. William J. McCarthy and Dr. Sarah B. Ferrario organized a panel for the annual Fall Meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States in Washington, DC. Transformations of Sophocles in the Religious Contexts of Antiquity and Beyond included papers by four members of the department:
Patricia M. Craig, “Apollo and the Delphic Oracle in Sophocles’ and Seneca’s Oedipus Plays”
Dr. William J. McCarthy, “Sophocles’ eukolia, the Apotheosis of Oedipus, and Clement of Alexandria’s Speculation on the Nature of Resurrected Bodies”
Matthew A. T. Poulos, “Sophoclean and Euripidean Influence in the Poetry of Gregory of Nazianzus”
Karen Carducci, “Redeeming Jocasta: How Tawfiq al-Hakim Islamizes the Character in his Oedipus the King”
May 22, 2014: Karen Carducci, "A Theology of Money in the Homilies of Caesarius of Arles," The North American Patristics Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL
April 27, 2014: Louise Mundstock, "Christ and Dionysus in the Works of Nonnus," Early Christian Seminar, Center for the Study of Early Christianity, CUA
April 12-15, 2014: Benjamin Lewis, "Augustine on Seeing, Hearing, and Reading: An Examination of Structure and Language in Confessions 3 and 7," 7th Annual International Conference on Mediterranean Studies, Athens, Greece.
March 13-16, 2014: Dr. Sarah Brown Ferrario, "Thucydides, Demosthenes' Shield, and Philip's Poetry in Plutarch, Demosthenes 20," Plutarch Among the Barbarians, Inaugural Meeting of the North American Sections of the International Plutarch Society, Banff, Alberta, Canada
February 27, 2014: Karen Carducci, “Money and Theology: Caesarius of Arles and Related Texts,” Early Christian Seminar, Center for the Study of Early Christianity, CUA
October 11, 2013: Dr. Sarah Brown Ferrario, "Demosthenes’ Shield and Philip’s Poetry in Plutarch, Demosthenes 20," Classical Association of the Atlantic States, Philadelphia, PA
November 1, 2013: Keturah Kiehl, "Loyal Yokefellows: Caesarius' Allusions to the Fathers in His Sermons on Sexual Ethics (42-44)," Late Literature in the Sixth Century, East and West, Annual Conference of the International Society for Late Antique Literary Studies, Brown University, Providence, RI
November 21, 2013: Sr. Maria del Fiat Miola, SSVM, "Irenaeus’ Adversus Haereses 3.22.4: Mary as Untier of Knots," Early Christian Seminar, Center for the Study of Early Christianity, CUA
Oct. 27, 2012: Dr. William Klingshirn, "R.A. Markus, H.-I. Marrou, and the Problem of Christian Culture in the Early Middle Ages," Keynote Address, Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies Conference, Villanova University
Nov. 1, 2012: Brent Gilbert, "The Fathers on the Hegemonikon," Department Colloquium
Nov. 2, 2012: Alex Poulos, "Digital Collation and Stemmatics: An Examination of the Palaea Historica’s Textual Tradition by Means of Digital Techniques," 38th Byzantine Studies Conference, Boston
Nov. 15, 2012: Stephanie Layton Kim, “Dance, Music, and Play: Performance at the Etruscan Banquet," Department Colloquium
Nov. 29, 2012: Dr. Joseph O’Connor, "A Swan Song for Old St. Peter’s: Maffeo Vegio’s De rebus antiquis memorabilibus Basilicae sancti Petri Romae," Department Colloquium
Nov. 29, 2012: Lionel Yaceczko, "Ausonius of Bordeaux: The Christian Layman and Classical Paideia in the Fourth Century," Early Christian Seminar, Center for the Study of Early Christianity, CUA
March 3, 2012: Benjamin Lewis, "Augustine on Seeing, Hearing and Reading: An Examination of Structure and Language in Confessions 3 and 7," "Color and Sound in the Ancient World," Graduate Student Conference, Department of Classics, Johns Hopkins University