The world’s premier photographer of classical antiquity offers three lectures—her first in North America—on how she has planned, researched and is now realizing a 21-year project to document the wide-ranging journeys of the restless Roman emperor Hadrian (reigned 117-138), following in his footsteps precisely 1900 years later.
MONDAY 24 APRIL 500 PM NEW BRUNSWICK NJ
@RUTGERS UNIVERSITY (ALEXANDER LIBRARY, 169 COLLEGE AVE, 4TH FLOOR)
WEDNESDAY 26 APRIL 530 PM MANHATTAN NYC
@BROOKLYN COLLEGE GRADUATE CENTER (25 BROADWAY, 7TH FLOOR) RSVP form for this NYC event (required) https://www.paideiainstitute.org/carole_raddato
THURSDAY 27 APRIL 500 PM CAMBRIDGE MA
@HARVARD UNIVERSITY (HARVARD YARD, BOYLSTON HALL, FONG AUDITORIUM) https://classics.fas.harvard.edu/boston-area-classics-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D165234447
With the collaboration of the Department of Classics, Rutgers University; Department of Classics, Brooklyn College; CUNY Greek/Latin Institute; Paideia Institute; Department of the Classics, Harvard University; Archaeological Institute of America (Boston Chapter); and the Library of the American Academy in Rome.
Carole Raddato at the amphitheatre in Uthina (Tunisia)…
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LOOKING FORWARD to seeing you at Harvard!
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Great talk yesterday! You told your story very well. The slides added a lot to the presentation. I forgot to ask, on one of the last slides, where was the photo with the 3 small temples taken?
Kudos to Ms. Raddato and her extensive photographic odyssey to document wonders of antiquity, as well as to Rutgers, Brooklyn College, and Harvard to support a wider appreciation of her work. As much as I would like to attend her presentations at all three venues, as a resident of Vandalia, Ohio, I am unable to do so. My simple question is: Why are Ms. Raddato’s Hadrian presentations not being made available via Zoom sessions?