Here’s an overview of what we’ll be doing each day at the Institute, and who will be joining us. Also be sure to check out the Readings page for a list of what readings will be required for each morning session, and what to read before the Institute begins!
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|Monday, July 10||Space||Timothy J. Moore|
|Tuesday, July 11||Music, Meter, Dance||Timothy J. Moore|
|Wednesday, July 12||Masks, Costumes, Props||Amy Cohen & C. W. Marshall|
|Thursday, July 13||Actors, Acting Style, Movement||Amy Cohen & C. W. Marshall|
|Friday, July 14||Language & Style||Peter Barrios-Lech|
|Monday, July 17||Humor||Erin K. Moodie|
|Tuesday, July 18||Metatheater & Plautinopolis||Rachel Mazzara & Niall W. Slater|
|Wednesday, July 19||Sex, Gender, Sexual Violence||Sharon L. James|
|Thursday, July 20||Class & Enslavement||Amy Richlin|
|Friday, July 21||Ethnicity & Colonialism||Deepti Menon|
|Monday, July 24||Politics, War, Empire||Matthew Leigh|
|Tuesday, July 25||Religion||Seth Jeppesen & Dan-el Padilla Peralta|
|Wednesday, July 26||Adaptation & Production||Seth Jeppesen & V. Sophie Klein|
|Thursday, July 27||Reception on the Stage||Serena S. Witzke|
|Friday, July 28||Reception on the Screen||T. H. M. Gellar-Goad & Christopher B. Polt|
|Monday, July 31||filming of scenes|
|Tuesday, August 1||filming of scenes|
|Wednesday, August 2||filming of scenes|
|Thursday, August 3||preparations for dissemination|
|Friday, August 4||wrap-up|
The Performance of Roman Comedy has been made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Democracy demands wisdom.
Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.