“New Directions in the Study of Textual Traditions: Works in Progress by Graduate Students at Yale”
Dexter Brown, PhD Candidate in Religious Studies and Classics, Yale
Loren Waller, PhD Candidate in East Asian Languages and Literatures, Yale
Jennifer Weintritt, PhD Candidate in Classics, Yale

“He is Flightless and Very Tame”
Catherine Chin,
Associate Professor of Classics, UC Davis

“Conjuring an Age of Gold: Periodization, Authenticity, and the Construction of Classical Latinity in Early Modern Humanism”
Frederic Clark,
Postdoctoral Fellow, Rice University
Assistant Professor of Classics, University of Southern California

“The Digital Propertius Project”
Kyle Conrau-Lewis, PhD Candidate in Classics, Yale
Rachel Love, PhD Candidate in Classics, Yale
Colin McCaffrey, Classics Librarian, Yale

“Old Law and New Philology: The Lex Dei between Sacred and Profane”
Maria Doerfler
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Yale

“What Can Philology and Philosophy Learn from Each Other? The Unity of Self-Consciousness and the Patchwork of the Text”
Paul Franks
Professor of Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Judaic Studies, Yale

“Imitation, Authenticity and the Formation of the History of Greek Art”
Milette Gaifman,
Associate Professor of Classics and History of Art, Yale

“De complacentia”
John Hamilton
William R. Kenan Professor of German and Comparative Literature, Harvard

“The Liturgical Annotations to Codex Bezae and the History of Textual Scholarship”
Jennifer Knust,
Associate Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins, Boston University

“NT Textual Criticism in the Digital Age”
Yii-Jan Lin
Assistant Professor of New Testament, Yale Divinity School

“Ḥunayn ibn-Isḥāq (808-873 C.E.): Between Galenic and Biblical Philology”
Geoffrey Moseley
Visiting Assistant Professor, Ohio State
PhD Candidate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations and Classics, Yale

“Authenticating the Profane”
Hindy Najman
Oriel and Laing Professor of the Interpretation of Holy Scripture, Oxford

“Comparative Linguistics and the Sacred Genealogy of Language”
Sam O’Donnell
PhD Candidate in Classics and Comparative Literature, Yale

“Homer: God or Ghost?”
James Porter
Professor of Rhetoric and Classics, UC Berkeley