The Center regularly organizes conferences which aim to promote and provoke research at the forefront of ancient Mediterranean studies. The conference proceedings are published with a major academic press, most often in the Brill series, Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition.
2016: Hellenistic Literatures in Context. April 9.
2015: Pain and Pleasure in Classical Antiquity. April 17-19.
2014: Popular Medicine in the Graeco-Roman World. April 18-19.
2012: Crossing Boundaries: Ancient History Explores Its Future - Part II. December 12-13 at Cambridge University, UK.
2012: Moses Finley and Politics. September 29.
2012: Crossing Boundaries: Ancient History Explores Its Future. April 20-21.
2012: Archaeology and the City: A Conference on Ancient Rome in New York. March 2-4.
2011: Performing Tragic Identity through a Non-Western Lens. October 28-29.
2011: Celebrating Suzanne Saïd. October 15.
2011: History and Environment in the Ancient Mediterranean. June 15-16 in Rome, Italy.
2011: A Tale of Two Worlds: Comparative Perspectives on Indo-Mediterranean Commerce (I-XVII C.). March 4-5.
2010: Mental Illness in Classical Antiquity: definitions and diagnosis, part II. October 15-16.
2010: Mental Illness in Classical Antiquity: definitions and diagnosis, part I. April 9-10.
2009: Myth in Etruria. Images and Inscriptions. November 20-21.
2002: Greek Painted Pottery: Images, Contexts and Controversies. March 23-24.