Classics and Ancient History seminar series
Alyce Cannon | University of Sydney
Transitional Friends: Dogs, Choes, and the Iconography of Attachment
We love dogs at CCANESA! So we’re especially excited to announce our final online Classics research seminar, on Thursday the 4th of June at 4:15pm!
Our speaker will be the amazing Alyce Cannon (University of Sydney) who’ll present her PhD research on dogs in ancient Greece, in a paper titled ‘Transitional Friends: Dogs, Choes, and the Iconography of Attachment.’
We are very grateful to our presenters for contributing to the program. Each paper or presentation will be between 20 and 30 minutes in length, and will be followed by an informal question and answer/discussion session. Supporting materials for each presentation will be circulated prior to the event.
The Department of Classics and Ancient History hosts a lively departmental research seminar series. Everyone is welcome to attend.
If you haven’t already registered to receive the Zoom meeting details for our events, please click here to register your interest in the seminar.
4 June 2020, 4:00-5:00pm
This is our last seminar for Semester 1, so please stay around for virtual drinks an a celebration of a wonderful seminar series!
Seminar Series convenors:
Louise Pryke and Emma Barlow
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The Department of Classics and Ancient History is part of the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI).