Raffaella Cribiore is Professor of Classics at New York University. She is a specialist in ancient education from the fourth century BCE to the fourth century CE, in papyrology (mostly literary), and in Greek rhetoric in the Second Sophistic period. She spends time every year at the NYU excavation in Egypt, Dakhla Oasis, where a school of higher education was found.
Cribiore’s all-virtual Biggs Family Residency will focus on the topic “Taking Notes in Classical and Late Antique Philosophers’ Classes.” There will be three public events, all free and open to all comers who have access to Zoom and who register through the RSVP links below. Each event will begin with a formal introduction and will be followed by a discussion period.
*ALL TIMES LISTED ARE ST. LOUIS TIME (=CDT, =GMT-5).*
Monday March 22, 4:15pm
Lecture: “Notes on Notes: Ancient Annotations in Context.”
Wednesday March 24, 4:15pm
Seminar: “The Voice of Epictetus.”
You may download readings in advance for this seminar here, or contact email@example.com to request a copy.
Thursday March 25, 4:15pm
Lecture: “Recording lectures of Philosophers.”
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