The University of Texas at Arlington Classical Studies Program will present its annual
“Adventures in Antiquity” symposium beginning at 3 p.m. Thursday, March
27, in the sixth floor parlor of the UT Arlington Central Library. This year’s featured speaker is Karl Petruso, associate dean in the UT Arlington Honors College and professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, who will speak on "The Konispol Cave: A Stone Age Site in Albania."
The winner of the Douglas Carvey Prize for best student essay in classical studies will also be announced. The
event, which includes complimentary refreshments after Petruso’s talk,
is free and open to the university community and the general public. Contact Dr. Charles Chiasson, Director of the Classical Studies Program, at (817) 272-3216 or email@example.com for more information.
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