Thursday, June 1 2017—Houghton Library, Harvard University
3:00-5:00 | Practical session (optional) - Meet the organizers and speakers and see classical items from Harvard's collection (attendance limited).
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Friday, June 2 2017—Building 2-105, MIT
*Please note the change in venue for Friday's sessions (see map below)*
9:00-9:15 | Coffee
9:15-9:30 | Welcome - Stephanie Frampton (MIT)
9:30-10:45 | Session 1 - Joseph Howley (Columbia), Finding Distinction in the Ashes: Book-burning and Media Genres in Ancient Rome
10:45-11:00 | Coffee
11:00-12:15 | Session 2 - Kyle Conrau-Lewis (Yale), Contesting the Page: Editing the Paratexts of Valerius Maximus
12:15-1:00 | Lunch
1:00-2:15 | Session 3 - Irene Peirano Garrison (Yale), Autograph Manuscripts and Authenticity: The Affective Power of the Original
2:15-3:30 | Session 4 - Jane Raisch (Berkeley), Order and the Reader in Propertius Book 3
3:30-3:45 | Coffee
3:45-5:00 | Session 5 - Andrew Riggsby (UT Austin), Learning to Organize — by Organizing.
5:00-6:30 | A Response to MATERIA - Kathleen Coleman (Harvard)