September 12, 2018
Nathan Elkins (Baylor), Kathryn Gleason (Cornell), and Marcello Mogetta (Missouri)
Meet a Tytus Fellow

September 20, 2018,
Kevin Daly (Bucknell University)
Seen, Unseen, and Assumed in Pausanias (and Others)

September 21, 2018
Stephanie Larson (Bucknell University)
The Ismenion Hill in Thebes: Temples, Tombs, and Traditions

September 27, 2018
Barbara Burrell, Ainsley Cameron, Nili Fox
Remaking the Near East: The Collaborative Project at the Cincinnati Art Museum

October 16, 2018
Dr. Tate Paulette (North Carolina State University)
AIA Lecture: Where the beer flowed like wine: Beer and brewing in Bronze Age Mesopotamia

October 24, 2018
Sherwin Little
Alternative Academic Careers: Teaching Latin in High School

October 26, 2018
Artemis Leontis (University of Michigan)
The Hidden Correspondence of Eva Palmer Sikelianos and Natalie Clifford Barney in Athens and Paris: Archiving the Intimate Materials of a Life

October 31, 2018
Cynthia Damon (UPenn)
Quod vix credibile: On parentheses in Tacitus

November 7, 2018
AIA Lecture: Bettina Arnold (Univ Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Belted Ladies and Dagger Men: Technology Brings European Iron-Age Back to Life

November 8, 2018
David Kaufman (Transylvania University)
Reason and Experience in Galen\'s Moral Epistemology

November 19, 2018
C. Kraus (Yale)
Livy’s Faliscan Schoolmaster

February 2, 2019
Alexander Forte (Colgate University)
Homeric Augury and the Signs of Allegory

February 7, 2019
Eric Driscoll
The Making and Meaning of the Athenian Empire

February 12, 2019
Calloway Scott
Citizen Asklepios: Territory, Ideology, and Cult in Classical Athens

February 14, 2019
Mirjam Kotwick (The New School)
Sea monsters, Suitors, and Seeds: Dream Interpretation and Early Greek Allegoresis

February 19, 2019
William Beck (University of Pennsylvania)
Reassessing the Evidence for the 'Cretan Odyssey' Theory

February 26, 2019
Lisa Mignone (NYU-ISAW), Peter Day (Sheffield U), and Ellen O'Gorman (Bristol)
Meet a Tytus Fellow

March 27, 2019,
Alexis Gorgues (University of Bordeaux)
Trusting aliens. Trading practices at the edge of the Classical world, 10th-1st centuries B.C.

March 29, 2019
Jackie Murray
Beginning and Controversy

April 10, 2019
Joanne Murphy (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
The living and the dead at Pylos

April 11, 2019
Th. Kruse
Jewish Revolt in Egypt

April 17, 2019
Peter van Dommelen (Brown University)
About the nuraghe: ancient colonialism and rural exploitation at S'Urachi, Sardinia

April 18, 2019
Emma Dench (Harvard)
What (if any) leadership lessons for the 21st century might be gleaned from ancient Rome?