All work is due before the start of class unless otherwise specified. See the full schedule for assignment and submission details, and to distinguish required from elevation assignments.
Friday, September 2nd: Course Introduction
Friday, September 9th: Antiracism and Classics
- Sign up for a date for your thesis workshop
- Post at least two comments on Discussion: Community Standards.
- By Sunday, 9/11, 5:00pm post a third comment.
- Lay of the (Research) Land
- Antiracist Classicism 1
Friday, September 16th: Black Feminist Classics
- Questions Please
- Meet with at least two faculty members; email Prof. Farmer a description
- Antiracist Classicism 2
Friday, September 23rd: Re-Rooting the Tradition
- Read and comment on at least two other students’ “Questions Please” posts.
- Preliminary Bibliography
- Just Classics Manifesto OR Antiracist Classicism 3
Friday, September 30th: Student Workshops
Friday, October 7th: Student Workshops
Friday, October 21st: Student Workshops
- Meet with a research librarian; email Prof. Farmer a description
- Categorized Bibliography
- Revised Writing Into Your Thesis 1
Friday, October 28th: Conversation with Prof. Eccleston
Friday, November 4th: Student Workshops
Friday, November 11th: Student Workshops
Friday, November 18th: Student Workshops
Friday, December 2nd: Symposium I
- Symposium talk