Join us for the tenth in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today’s first presentation by Callie Callon is titled, “Beardless and Base-born: Physiognomic Polemic in Ignatius’ Use of ‘Leopards’ in Romans 5.1,” and second presentation by Jade Weimer is titled, “The Various Modalities of Early Christian Music: Rhetoric, Recruitment & Group Identity.” R: John Marshall.

JHB 318

Thursday, February 28th 2013: 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm