Classics Research Seminar: Voting Efficiency in the Roman Assemblies: Lessons Learned from (Bitter) Experience


Location: O'Shaughnessy Hall, Room 119

Tadeusz Mazurek, assistant professional specialist, Department of Classics, University of Notre Dame

Mazurek will speak on Roman voting practices and frustrations. Professor Mazurek researches the literature and cultural history of Republican Rome, with a particular interest in Roman law, religion, and self-rule. His published studies examine how ancient satirists treated the law and how Roman priesthoods were consulted for the purpose of expiating prodigies.

All are welcome to attend.

Wine, soft drinks, and snacks will be served to accompany the discussion after the presentation.

Sponsored by the Department of Classics