Transatlantic Conversations are annual online meetings which aim at bringing together via technology Ohio University and Patras University intergenerational communities (students, postgraduates and professors alike) so as to discuss a wide range of topics related to the curricula of both departments (Classics and World Religions and the Department of Philology | Classics respectively).
- “Eros, with special attention to Aristophanes’ myth in the Symposium” (September 20th 2016 [timezone: 8:00am Ohio – 3:00pm Patras]): _ Poster is now available
- “Classical Reception” (November 8th 2016 [timezone: 8:00am Ohio – 3:00pm Patras])
- “Ancient ἐλευθέριοι τέχναι and modern liberal arts education” (November 22th 2016 [timezone: 8:00am Ohio – 3:00pm Patras])
- “How did the Athenians pay for the Parthenon: Does it really matter?” (October 8th 2015) – Poster
- “Is Greek Tragedy Dead or Alive Today? The Paradigm of Medea.” (October 20th 2015) – Poster
- “Was it wrong that the Athenians took money contributed by the allies for the purpose of funding the Delian League and used it instead to help pay for the Acropolis building program?” (October 21st 2014) – Poster
- “For what reasons and in what ways is Socrates received in Aristophanes’ Clouds?” (November 18th 2014) – Poster