Session 1F

From Papyrus to the Internet: Texts in Time

1:15 PM to 2:45 PM | Moderated by James Clauss
Add to my favorites Bad Girls: The Role of the Mala in Ancient Greek and Roman Literature
Presenter
  • Malia Piper, Senior, Classics, Classical Studies Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Catherine Connors, Classics

Add to my favorites The Birds and Bees (and Beasts) of The Aeneid: A Conservationist's Assessment of Wildness and Humanity
Presenter
  • Sarah Montgomery, Senior, Classical Studies, Biology (Ecology, Evolution & Conservation)
Mentor
  • Catherine Connors, Classics

Add to my favorites Seeing the Unseeable: Attis, His Peculiar Garment, and Representing Gender Nonconformity in the Heart of Imperial Rome 
Presenter
  • Dillon Gisch, Senior, Art History, Classical Studies Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Kathryn Topper, Classics

Add to my favorites Narrative Magic: A Study of Ancient Contes Fantastiques
Presenter
  • R (Allen) Snider, Senior, Classics Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Alexander Hollmann, Classics

Add to my favorites The Newbook Project: Digital Texts in the Humanities of the Joseph Mathia Svoboda Diaries
Presenters
  • Kelsey Hallahan, Junior, Near Eastern Studies (Languages & Civilization)
  • Rachel E. (Rachel) Brown, Senior, Near Eastern Studies (Languages & Civilization)
  • Tessa Carter, Senior, French, International Studies
  • Dana Talant, Senior, French, International Studies
  • Ariella Mihi (Ariella) Fish, Senior, International Studies
  • Sophia Elisa (Sophie) Welti, Senior, International Studies: Europe
Mentor
  • Walter Andrews, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization

Add to my favorites Newbook Digital Texts in the Humanities: The Emma B. Andrews Diaries
Presenters
  • Megan Nicole (Megan) Rowland, Sophomore, Near Eastern Studies (Languages & Civilization)
  • Ariella Mihi (Ariella) Fish, Senior, International Studies
  • Tessa Carter, Senior, French, International Studies
  • Rachel Schlotfeldt, Sophomore, French
Mentors
  • Sarah Ketchley, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization
  • Walter Andrews, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization