April 10: Brittany Hayden (NELC), TBA
April 17: Josiah Ober (Stanford), “Weighted Expertise Aggregation: An Aristotelian Middle Way for Epistemic Democracy”
April 24: Dominique Charpin (Sorbonne), “The Archives of Alamush-nasir: An Example of Estate Managing in Babylonia, 18th c. BCE”
May 8: Tytus Mikolajczak (NELC), “Textual Patterns on Sealed Registers in the Persepolis Fortification Archive”
May 15: Larisa Masri (History), TBA
May 29: Megan Nutzman (PAMW), TBA
All workshops will be held at 3:30 pm in Classics 21 (unless otherwise noted) and will be followed by a wine and cheese reception in the Classics Lounge.
Questions? Please contact Kassandra Jackson (firstname.lastname@example.org).