Marshall professors to speak at Senior Symposium

The Marshall University department of classics will present Assistant Professor Christina Franzen and E. Del Chrol, director of classics, in Senior Symposium at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Harris Hall room 403.
Chrol and Franzen will talk about topics related to books they are writing at the Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS) conference.
CAMWS, the largest regional classics conference, will have its 111th annual meeting in Boulder, Colorado, beginning March 25.
Chrol and Franzen will present their papers on campus for the public to hear outside of the conference.
Chrol will present “Is Bestiality Worse than Genderbreeding? Pasiphae and the Problem of the Chasing Tail like Man in Ovid’s ‘Ars Amatoria’ 1.289-326.”
Franzen is presenting “Look No Further than Yourself: Seneca’s ‘Oedipus,’ Deoculation and the “Futility of Introspection.”
Chrol said the papers are in English, open and understandable to the public.
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