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Session/Paper Number Session/Panel Title Title Name Annual Meeting
7.1 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt Judean immigration to Egypt in the 2nd century BC Christelle Fischer-Bovet 150
7.2 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt A New Understanding of the State Auction Process(es) in Egypt Andrew Hogan 150
78.4 Greek and Latin Linguistics Notes on Greek Comparatives Alexander Nikolaev 150
78.2 Greek and Latin Linguistics Discourse (dis-)continuity in relative clauses: Evidence of contact-induced pragmatic expansion in Latin oratio obliqua Sean Gleason 150
78.1 Greek and Latin Linguistics Rethinking discourse segmentation in Herodotus and Thucydides Anna Bonifazi 150
78.3 Greek and Latin Linguistics Differential agent marking in classical Greek David Goldstein 150
12.1 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students The Role of Parmenides’ Goddess as Θέα Δαίμων David Bicknell 150
12.2 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students 'Your Marriage Murders Mine': The Moral Consciousness of the Tragic Virgin M. Katherine Pyne-Jaeger 150
12.3 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students Hot Topics: Aristophanes’ Acharnians and Charcoal Production Molly Schaub 150
12.4 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students Dorians are Allowed to Speak Doric: Theocritus' Idyll XV in the Context of Panhellenization Sophia Decker 150
12.5 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students Advancing an Eschatological Conversation: An Interpretation of Via Latina’s “Hercules Cycle” through the Eyes of the Late Antique Roman Viewer Katie Hillery 150
7.3 Culture & Society in Greek Roman & Byzantine Egypt The development of papyrology in North America Gabi Stewart 150
7.4 Culture & Society in Greek Roman & Byzantine Egypt Final and consecutive clauses in the Greek documentary papyri of the Roman period Giuseppina di Bartolo 150
7.5 Culture & Society in Greek Roman & Byzantine Egypt Keeping up with the Apollonii: Social and Economic Strategy and Choice among Merchants in Roman Egypt Jane Sancinito 150
43.3 Latin Hexameter Poetry Lucan’s African Monsters: the Triumph of Chaos over Cosmos in the 'Bellum Civile' Giulio Celotto 150
43.2 Latin Hexameter Poetry Caesar and the Poetics of Nefas in Lucan's Civil War Isaia Crosson 150
43.1 Latin Hexameter Poetry The Voice of Nature and its Consolatory Force in Lucretius’ De Rerum Natura Clifford A. Robinson 150
43.4 Latin Hexameter Poetry Juvenal and the Lost Boys of the Argonautica: Daedalus, Jason, and the end of Roman epic Jessica Blum 150
43.5 Latin Hexameter Poetry Nature's City: Nemea as urbs capta in Statius' Thebaid Adam Kozak 150
Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship From Stone to Screen and the DIY Method: Digitization, Integration, and You Chelsea Gardner 150
Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship CommentarySandbox: Creating Custom Digital Commentaries for the Classroom Bret Mulligan 150
Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship Mapping Text with Recogito Valeria Vitale 150
Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship Make Your Own Ancient Studies Podcast Scott Aaron Lepisto 150
Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship Analyzing Ciceronian Networks with Gephi Caitlin Marley 150
1.4 Late Antique Literary Developments The Poet and the Virgin: Avitus of Vienne’s Ascetic Aesthetic David Ungvary 150
1.5 Late Antique Literary Developments The Interdisciplinary Teacher: Augustine's "Contra Academicos" as a Dialogue about Rhetoric Stevie Hull 150
1.2 Late Antique Literary Developments The war with Gildo and the publication of the Letters of Symmachus Christopher Lougheed 150
1.3 Late Antique Literary Developments The Face of Vice: The Monsters of the 'Psychomachia' Kathleen M. Kirsch 150
1.6 Late Antique Literary Developments Imitation and Emulation in Gregory of Nazianzus’ “On his own affairs” Peter O'Connell 150
1.1 Late Antique Literary Developments Aphrahat the Persian Sage: Testimony to Constantine and the Roman-Persian Wars Mary J Jett 150
2.6 Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography The Impact of Evidentiary Bias on Macro-Level Approaches to Greek History Scott Lawin Arcenas 150
2.3 Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography Croesus in conversation: past tense and dramatic form in Herodotus Tobias Joho 150
2.4 Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography Empathy and Ancient Historiography Regina M Loehr 150
2.1 Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography Hecataeus' Heroic Boast: Personal and Impersonal Genealogies in Archaic Greek Literature Joseph Baker Zehner 150
2.2 Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography Cyrus the Cupbearer: Near Eastern Influence in Ctesias' Persica C Sydnor Roy 150
2.5 Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography Diodorus, Roman Generals, and Ptolemaic Egypt Alexander Skufca 150
3.3 Roman Political Self-Representation Proletarian Tobacco and Augustan Wine John Alexander Lobur 150
3.4 Roman Political Self-Representation Bureaucratic Consistency and Dynastic Continuity: The Case of Titus Zachary Herz 150
3.5 Roman Political Self-Representation Contested Recycling: Conflicting Heritage Values in Dio Chysostom’s Rhodian Oration Cynthia Susalla 150
3.2 Roman Political Self-Representation A Community of "Second Selves": the alter ego dynamic and the nature of aristocratic influence in the late Republic Adam Littlestone-Luria 150
3.6 Roman Political Self-Representation Aemulatio Traiani? Constantine’s Restored Dacia and the Tervingi Timothy Campbell Hart 150
3.1 Roman Political Self-Representation The Funerary Monument of Lucius Munatius Plancus and Aristocratic Self-Representation Carolyn Tobin 150
4.5 Satire Satire and Epic: The Case of Statius' Thebaid Thomas J Bolt 150
4.2 Satire Before the Ars Poetica: Poema and Poesis in Lucilius and Varro Marcie Persyn 150
4.4 Satire Friend or Enemy?: Humor and Contradiction in Juvenal 11-13 Scheherazade Jehan Khan 150
4.1 Satire What Does Lucilius Mean by Saturae? James Faulkner 150
4.3 Satire Memory, Origins, and Fiction in Juvenal’s Satire 3 Maya Sunita Chakravorty 150
5.3 Law Money and Politics The Temple of Artemis on Lemnos: Athenian Land Allotment and Imperial Banking in the Fifth Century BCE Tim Sorg 150
5.2 Law Money and Politics Tax Symmories as Micro-Credit Syndicates: The Grain Tax Law in 4th Century Athens J. Andrew Foster 150
5.1 Law Money and Politics Public Finance in Archaic Crete? The Poinikastas of Datala Revisited Evan J Vance 150