Our spring lectures will again be on Zoom, co-sponsored by the University of Richmond Department of Classical Studies. For each lecture, a UR Zoom webinar registration link will be posted here and sent to our email list about one week before the lecture. Registration for our annual spring member event (this year a Zoom book talk and author Q&A, see below) will be available here in March.

Thursday, February 11, 6 pm
Hilary Becker (Binghamton University), “The Iconography of a Life in Arms: The Etruscan Soldier at War, at Home, and at the Tomb” (Ferdinando and Sarah Cinelli Lecture in Etruscan and Italic Archaeology)

Thursday, March 18, 6 pm
Jeremy Pope (The College of William and Mary), “Nubian Queen: How an Ancient African Kingdom Became a Symbol of Feminine Power and Vice Versa”

Thursday, April 15, 6 pm (This lecture has been postponed to next year)
Melinda Yang (University of Richmond), “Using ancient DNA to study human history – perspectives on East Asia”

Thursday, May 13, 6 pm
Book talk and Q&A with Fiona Greenland (University of Virginia), author of Ruling Culture: Art Police, Tomb Raiders, and the Rise of Cultural Power in Italy (University of Chicago Press, 2021).

[Registration details will be available here in April.]