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AIA Talks: Women in Ancient Greek Art, September 8

Welcome!  The archaeology lecture series will have two  two talks by Dr. Anthony Mangieri on September 8. Using Greek vases, the inscriptions on them, and often colorful Greek literature, drama, and poetry, he explores what we can reconstruct about women's lives in the classical period. 

His day talk examines vases featuring such famous and infamous female figures as Helen, Klytaimnestra, Kassandra, Iphigeneia, and Danae. His evening lecture on virgin sacrifice is the focus of his current book-length study. 

September 8 (Wednesday)
Dr. Anthony Mangieri
Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta 
"Legendary Heroines and Greek Womanhood in Greek Vase Painting" 
2:20 PM, Wilson Hall 168

Dr. Anthony Mangieri 
Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta
"Virgin Sacrifice in Greek Art:  Women, Identity, and the Trojan War"
7:30 PM, Chan Auditorium

Our events are always free and open to the public, so please feel free to forward this information to anyone who might be interested.

These two lectures are co-sponsored by the UAH Women's Studies Program which welcomes Dr. Molly Johnson as its new Director.

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