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Panoussi Joins W&M Students at Symposium on Women in Antiquity

Poster for the symposiumProfessor Lily Panoussi delivered the keynote address, "Mourning becomes Orpheus? Poetry and Women’s Rituals in Ovid’s Metamorphoses 10 and 11," at an undergraduate symposium  on Women in Antiquity held at Randolph-Macon College on November 14, 2014.  Two W&M Classical Studies students, Victoria Jansson ('16) and Mary McCulla ('15) also attended the symposium and delivered papers on their research.  Victoria's paper was entitled, "Feta Armis: Pregnancy in Vergil’s Aeneid," while Mary spoke on "The Laudatio Turiae as a Bridge Between Eras."