From House to Church

CHARTING THE COURSE OF ARTISTIC TRANSFORMATIONS

IN EARLY BYZANTINE ART

a lecture by

Christine Kondoleon

George and Margo Behrakis Senior Curator of Greek and Roman Art,
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

7:30 PM, Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Richards Auditorium, Murkland Hall


We are proud to welcome Dr. Kondoleon as the latest distinguished speaker in the John C. Rouman Clasical Lecture Series at the University of New Hampshire. Previous speakers were: John Silber, Bernard Knox, Brunilde Ridgway, Anna Marguerite McCann, Stanley Lombardo, Victor Hanson, Lynn Sherr, Jonathan Shay, Donald Kyle, Mary Lefkowitz, and Monica S. Cyrino.

The lecture series was founded in 1997 with the generous financial support of the Christos and Mary Papoutsy Charitable Foundation to honor one of UNH's most distinguished and beloved faculty members, John C. Rouman of the Classics Program. It aims to cover a range of subjects related to the ancient world and to bring internationally recognized speakers to campus.

We hope that you will join us for this wonderful occasion and next spring celebrate with us the 10th anniversary of the first lecture with a series of special events. For further information contact Mrs. Thelma Sidmore at 603.862.3522 or tss@cisunix.unh.edu.

The John e. Rouman Classical Lecture Series Advisory Board: Mr. Chris Papoutsy (Chair), Mrs. Mary Papoutsy, Dr. John C. Rouman, Dr. Marilyn Hoskin, Dr. Ted Kirkpatrick. Dr. Paul Properzio, Dr. J.C. Douglas Marshall, Dr. Richard Desrosiers, Dr. Stephen Brunet, Dr. Richard Clairmont, Dr. R. Scott Smith, Dr. Stephen Trzaskoma, and Ms. Michelle LeBlanc.

UNIVERSITY of NEW HAMPSHIRE



(Posting date 20 September 2006)

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