Fall 2002 - Natalie Kampen - Townsend Lectures

October 22, 2002

Natalie Boymel Kampen, Professor of Women’s Studies, Barnard College, delivered three Townsend Lectures in the Fall of 2002 on “The Image of Manhood: Roman Representations of Mas-culinity in the Art of the High and Late Empire.”

The dates and titles of her three lectures were:

Tuesday, October 22 - “Antinoos The Beautiful: From Queer to Kin”

Thursday, October 24 - “Death and Social Pretension: The Late Antique Representation of the Family in Funerary Art”

Friday, October 25 - “The Holy Man’s Kinfolk: De-picting the New Family in Christ”

TOWNSEND LECTURES. The Department of Classics at Cornell University is pleased to announce that Natalie Boymel Kampen, Pro-fessor of Women’s Studies, Barnard College, will deliv-er three Townsend Lectures in the Fall of 2002 on “The Image of Manhood: Roman Representations of Mas-culinity in the Art of the High and Late Empire.” The dates and titles of her 3 lectures are: Tuesday, October 22 - “Antinoos The Beautiful: From Queer to Kin,” Thursday, October 24 - “Death and Social Pretension: The Late Antique R