Emilio Capettini, “‘The Dolphin-Haunted Artifacts of Dimmed Atlantis:’ Evocations of Graeco-Roman Antiquity during the HIV/AIDS Crisis”

UCLA, Dodd 248

"The Dolphin-Haunted Artifacts of Dimmed Atlantis:" Evocations of Graeco-Roman Antiquity during the HIV/AIDS Crisis Lecture by Emilio Capettini, Assistant Professor, UC Santa Barbara Wednesday, November 15, 2023 5:00 p.m. 248 Dodd Hall Reception to follow No RSVP required Reflections on memory and oblivion, erasure and persistence, and fragmentation and integrity pervade the rich output of...

A Language Archipelago: Linguistic Variety and Contact in Cyprus

by Zoom

A Language Archipelago: Linguistic Variety and Contact in Cyprus A conference in celebration of International Greek Language Day Schedule, Speakers, and Topics February 24-25, 2024 8:30 a.m. Los Angeles / 11:30 a.m. Washington, D.C. / 6:30 p.m. Cyprus & Greece Via Zoom RSVP: https://bit.ly/3TX9LS9 Opening remarks by Dr. Vasiliki Kassianidou Deputy Minister of Culture, Republic...

“Who Invented the ‘Modern Greeks’ and Why?” Lecture by Anthony Kaldellis

247 Dodd Hall 315 Portola Pl, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Who Invented the Modern Greeks, and Why? Lecture by Anthony Kaldellis, Professor, University of Chicago Tuesday, March 12, 2024 5:00 p.m. 247 Dodd Hall Reception to follow No RSVP required This event will not be livestreamed or recorded. In the case of no other people is the distinction between “ancient” and “modern” more symbolically potent...