Funded by the estate of Elizabeth “Betty” Courtney Banks in 2021 and organized by the Department of Classics, Archaeology, and Religion together with the Museum of Art and Archaeology, the Weinberg Lecture honors the legacy of two of the University of Missouri’s premier archaeologists with an annual lecture presented by a leading scholar in the fields of Aegean Art and Archaeology, Greek Architecture, or Ancient Glass.
Dr. Katerine Larson, Curator of Ancient Glass, Corning Glass Museum, Corning NY; Title TBA; 9 April 2024
Dr. Thomas Tartaron, Associate Professor of Classical Studies and Executive Director of the Center for the Analysis of Archaeological Materials, Penn Museum; University of Pennsylvania; “Kalamianos: The Brief but Brilliant Life of a Mycenaean Harbor." Thursday, 20 April, Swallow Hall 101, 7:00 P.M.
Dr. Andrea Berlin, James R. Wiseman Chair in Classical Archaeology, Boston University, “A Cosmopolitan World and its Discontents: the Southern Levant after Alexander.” Wednesday, 20 April, Mumford Hall 133, 7:00 PM.