Eta Sigma Phi will sponsor its third undergraduate panel at the 143rd Meeting of
the American Philological Association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January
5–8, 2012 (Saturday, January 7, 1:30–3:30 PM, room to be announced). The
following papers were elected by an anonymous committee of chapter advisors.
“Humility, Humiliation, and Mock-epic: Horace 1.5 Juvenal 1.4,”
Laura Takakjy at Dickinson College
“Nos Patriam Fugimus: The Loss of the Patria and Poetic Memory
in Eclogues 1 and 9,” Luca A. D’Anselmi at Hillsdale College
“Creative Consumption and Production in Second Sophistic
Oratory,” Simone Waller at Miami University
“Everybody Loves Plautus,” Lisa Tweten at Concordia University
“A True Need for Lucian’s True History,” Phillip Bennett and
Steven Coyne at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Respondent: Dr. James J. O’Donnell, Provost at Georgetown Univesity and a
previous President of the American Philological Association.