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2011 News and Events Archive

Dr. Leanne Bablitz - Weapons of Warfare: The Equipment that Won an Empire.  

(University of British Columbia)

( CAC Tour Lecturer)  

Poster

 

November 10, 2011

2:30 p.m.

517 Watson Hall


Dr. Paul Woodruff - "How does the Philoctetes end?"

October 26, 2011
7:00 PM,   

517 Watson Hall


Congratulations to our 2011 graduates!!


In Memorium - Professor John W. Geyssen


Reflectance Transformation Imaging in Art Conservation

See the Cultural Heritage Imaging blog for the latest news about how Reflectance Transformation Imaging technology is improving Art Conservation at Queen's.


    Dr. Ross Kilpatrick
     -  Bellini's Madonna of the Meadow

    poster

     

    March 29, 2011
    7:30 PM

    Ottawa


    Queen's Classics Dept. hosts lecture by esteemed archaeologist Dr. Christos Doumas

      Akrotiri: A Cosmopolitan Bronze Age Harbour Town in the Mediterranean.

      March 24, 2011


      International Collaborations with Queen's Classics Department

      Queen's Classics professor Dr. Fabio Colivicchi and Classics  graduate

      student Michael Fergusson   were recently interviewed for an article on the School of Graduate Studies website, highlighting the broad range of   career options and opportunities for international

      collaboration available to Classicists and archaeologists.  Please read the full article here.



      Dr. George Bevan and Sarah McCutcheon

      "Using Reflectance Transformation Imaging  (RTI) to Record Weathered Headstones: The Case of the Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston, Ontario"

      (for the Ontario Genealogical Society)

      Read more about Reflectance Transformation Imaging at the RTIiCAN Blog...

       

      February 19, 2011

      Kingston Frontenac Public Library, Central Branch


      Prof. Ross Kilpatrick discovers hidden literary references in the Mona Lisa

      Department of Classics, 505 Watson Hall
      Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6.
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