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Barbara Gold

Barbara Gold, the Edward North Chair of Greek and Greek Literature and professor of classics, recently presented on three panels, two of which she co-organized, at the annual meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States (CAAS).

Gold presented “Twenty-Five Years of Feminist Theory and the Classics: Now What?” as a member of a panel on “Feminism and Classics Revisited.”

She co-organized a panel on “Shared Problems and Strategies at Liberal Arts Colleges.” As a panelist, she presented a paper titled “How, When, and Why Did the Chairs and Faculty of Liberal Arts Classics Departments Across the Country Start Talking to Each Other?”

Gold also was a co-organizer of “Only Connect,” a panel in honor of her late colleague, classicist David Porter. Gold gave a remembrance of Porter, a former Skidmore College president.

Chris Parmenter ’10, who is now pursuing a doctorate in classics at New York University, also presented at the meeting. Parmenter majored in classical studies and English literature at Hamilton.

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