Greco-Roman Lunch Colloquium

The topic of the lunch is Greco-Roman civilizations from Homer to Islam.  Once a week during term, graduate students and faculty in several programs of the University, including Ancient Christianity, Ancient Judaism, Classical Archeology, Classics, History, History of Art, Medieval Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, and New Testament meet for lunch and conversation and hear a brief, informal presentation by one of their number on work in progress. Attendance at this colloquium, which is voluntary and informal, provides a pleasant and friendly way to keep up with students and faculty in related parts of the University. Lunch is free for all graduate students and faculty.
Dexter Brown, Religious Studies and Classics
Joe Morgan, Classics and History 
CJ Rice, History and Classics