Past Events 2003-2004

Tuesday, 12 October, 2004
Prof. Marc Waelken (Professor of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
Australian Archaeological Institute in Athens Visiting Scholar
The Romanisation of Pisidia

Wednesday, 15 September, 2004
Prof. Ronald Ridley (Professor of History, University of Melbourne)
H.W. Allen Memorial Lecture
The Monuments of Rome in the 18th century and the Grand Tourist (illustrated)

Tuesday, 9 August 2004
Dr. K.O. Chong-Gossard (Lecturer, Centre for Classics and Archaeology, University of Melbourne)
A Sphinx Named Jocasta: Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannus and the monstrous feminine

Tuesday, 25 May, 2004
Dr. David Pritchard (Research Fellow, Department of Ancient History, University of Macquarie, Sudney)
Athletics, Warfare and Democracy in Classical Athens

18 May, 2004
Dr Louise Hitchcock, University of Melbourne ‘Understanding the Minoan Palaces’

24 March, 2004
Dr Rhiannon Evans, University of Melbourne: ‘Blonde Barbarian, Boadicea, Nero, and the problem of flighting women’

Monday 3 November, 2003
Prof. Ezra ZubrowDepartment of Anthropology, University of Buffalo)
The Original Music: The Archaeology of Melody, Rhythm and Other Precarious Things

Thursday 16 October, 2003
Dr. Kathryn O Eriksson
The Nature of Contact Between the Minoan World and Egypt Prior to the Euruption of the Thera Volcano

Wednesday 8 October, 2003
Dr. K.O. Chong-Gossard (Lecturer, Centre for Classics and Archaeology, University of Melbourne)
Swollen-Foot the Usurper: Reviewing Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannus

Wednesday 17 September, 2003
H.W. Allen Memorial Lecture
Dr. Jenny Webb (Research Fellow at La Trobe University)
From the Cradle to the Grave: Excavating Settlements and Cemeteries in Bronze-Age Cyprus

Thursday 7 August, 2003
Dr. Heather M. Jackson (Fellow in Classics and Archaeology, University of Melbourne)
Who are the Women of Shash Hamdan in Syria?

Thursday 24 July, 2003
Dr Ken McKay (Senior Fellow in Classics and Archaeology, University of Melbourne)
150 Years of Classical Staff (as part of the Uni Melbourne Sesquicentennial celebrations)

Thursday 15 May, 2003
Dr. Ken McKay (Senior Fellow in Classics and Archaeology, University of Melbourne)
150 Years of Classical Students (as part of the Uni Melbourne Sesquicentennial celebrations)

Friday 4 April, 2003
Prof. Everett Ferguson (Abilene Christian University)
Christians Living in a Pagan World

Tuesday March 11, 2003
Prof. Mary M. Voigt (Chancellor Professor of Anthropology at William and Mary College, Virginia)
Celtic Gordion: Migration and Ethnicity in Hellenistic Anatolia