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A legend talks life in theater and the arts
The life and times of Robert Wilson, one of the world's foremost theater and visual artists, took center stage in the Rice Media Center during the School of Humanities' 2014 Campbell Lecture Series March 26-28.  »

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Rachel BoyleRachel Boyle
Department Coordinator
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Rice University Art Gallery

Dinh Q. Lê: Voices from the Farther Shore
Current Exhibition
Dinh Q. Lê: Voices from the Farther Shore
10 April - 28 August 2014
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Ted SomervilleTed Somerville
Ted Somerville is a lecturer in the Department of Classical Studies, having earned his Ph.D. from Harvard in May of 2007. His research interests include Greek and Roman poetry, historical linguistics, genre, allusion, poetics, and metrics. He is in the process of turning his dissertation 'Ovid and the Tradition of Exile Elegy' into a book, and writing articles principally on the minor Latin poets. His recent publications include "The Literary Merit of the New Gallus" (/Classical Philology /104.1 (2009)) and "The Pleonasm of the New Gallus, and the Gallus of the Monobiblos" (/Mnemosyne/ 62.2 (2009)).


Johnson, Cynthia J.Cynthia J. Johnson
1983 PhD in French
Communications Manager in the Office of Advancement, UT Health Science Center at Houston »