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Classical Club of Saint Louis


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Upcoming Events

With the exception of the Mylonas Lecture (see below), all presentations are at 1:30 PM on the date listed and are presented at
John Burroughs School, Brauer Building, Room 106.

Best parking with least walking in the Price Road Lot

(http://jburroughs.org/sites/default/files/campus-map.pdf )




10/21/2017  

Roman Imperial Portraiture: Style and Significance on Roman Coins in the Age of Augustus

William Bubelis, Professor of Classics & Curator of the Wulfing Coin Collection at Washington University in St. Louis.


10/22/2017  

Mylonas Lecture in Classical Art and Archaeology

Lord of the Gold Rings: The Grave of the Griffin Warrior at Pylos

Shari Stocker, Senior Research Associate, University of Cincinnati.  

This meeting begins at 2 pm at the St. Louis Art Museum Auditorium.


11/11/2017

Ignorant is Bliss? An English Composer Channels Homer.  

James Lowe, The John Burroughs School.  


1/20/2018

Book Discussion: The Swerve by Steven Greenblatt.

A tale of how the Roman poet Lucretius’ work had a lasting impact on the modern world. 

Professor Tim Moore of Washinton University in St. Louis and Allen Easton lead the discussion.


3/10/2018


PLEASE NOTE THE DATE CHANGE FOR THIS PRESENTATION FROM THAT STATED ON THE BROCHURE!

Party like It’s 550 BCE: The Symposium in Ancient Greece

Zoe Stamatopoulou, Professor, Washington University in St Louis.


4/21/2018

The Metaphysics of the Pythagorean Theorem

Robert Hahn, Professor, SIU Carbondale.


5/17/2018 

Annual Banquet, Details TBA.