ARISTOPHANES AND POLITICS
An international conference.
September 30 & October 1, 2016, Columbia University.
Co-presented by the Onassis Foundation (USA)
A working program can be found here.
Be sure not to miss the production of Aristophanes' Knights – an adaptation by Brittany Johnson – that will take place in connection with the conference at 8pm on 9/28, 9/29 and 9/30 in Barnard's Glicker-Milstein Theatre.
For more information and ticket sales, please visit Knights' Facebook page.
November 30, 2017 will be the 200th anniversary of the birth of the Nobel laureate Roman historian Theodor Mommsen. CAM will mark the occasion with a one-day conference.
Watch this space for more information in the coming months.
The Center for the Ancient Mediterranean (CAM)
The Center, otherwise known as CAM, is an interdepartmental initiative at Columbia University in the City of New York which seeks to link together all the faculty, students and numerous departments that have an interest in the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean and adjoining areas. It is simultaneously a mechanism for coordinating courses, an information source, and a means of organizing conferences and other scholarly encounters.
CAM gratefully acknowledges the generous funding of our many individual donors, as well as the following institutions and organizations:
THE FELLOWS OF THE CENTER FOR THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN
THE ARETE FOUNDATION
THE ANDREW W. MELLON FOUNDATION
N.W. NORTON & COMPANY
Your donation will ensure that the Center continues to thrive and to promote the study of the ancient Mediterranean world.
Please follow the above link which leads to the Columbia Giving website. Select under "School or Division", "Arts and Sciences (Interdepartmental)", then in "Select a designation", choose "Center for the Ancient Mediterranean Discretionary Gift".