Go back

Three Austin Peay classics majors to give papers at state conference

Austin Peay State University classics majors Olivia Melton, Joseph Beltran and Nora Blake will present papers at the 10th Annual Tennessee Undergraduate Research Conference in Classics.  They will be the 18th, 19th and 20th Austin Peay classics majors to give papers at the conference in the last eight years.  The conference is scheduled for Feb. 13, 2021, at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Presenters will deliver their paper sessions virtually.  Melton is a junior Latin major who will give a paper titled “Factional Ideology in the Speeches of Caesar and Cato in Bellum Catilinae.”  Beltran is a senior Latin and political science double major who will give a paper titled “The Mirrored Road: Catiline and Sallust’s Crimes in Psychological Retrospect.”  Blake is a freshman classics major and creative writing minor and will give a paper titled “Sallust the Sensationalist: The Treatment of Morals and Vice in Bellum Catilinae.”  For more information about studying classics at Austin Peay, visit www.apsu.edu/classics.

(Posted Dec 22, 2020)

Austin Peay State University classics majors Olivia Melton, Joseph Beltran and Nora Blake will present papers at the 10th Annual Tennessee Undergraduate Research Conference in Classics.

They will be the 18th, 19th and 20th Austin Peay classics majors to give papers at the conference in the last eight years.

The conference is scheduled for Feb. 13, 2021, at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Presenters will deliver their paper sessions virtually.

Melton is a junior Latin major who will give a paper titled “Factional Ideology in the Speeches of Caesar and Cato in Bellum Catilinae.”

Beltran is a senior Latin and political science double major who will give a paper titled “The Mirrored Road: Catiline and Sallust’s Crimes in Psychological Retrospect.”

Blake is a freshman classics major and creative writing minor and will give a paper titled “Sallust the Sensationalist: The Treatment of Morals and Vice in Bellum Catilinae.”

For more information about studying classics at Austin Peay, visit www.apsu.edu/classics.

News Feed

View All News
Campus
Board of Trustees approves new APSU mission, vision and values during winter meeting

"These statements will ground our understanding of who we are, where we're going and how we'll get there," APSU President Mike Licari said.

Read More
Meet Oakley the diabetic service dog who wears PPE to Austin Peay chemistry labs
Meet Oakley, the diabetes service dog who wears PPE to Austin Peay chemistry labs

In a photo from earlier this semester, Oakley - a diabetes service dog who attends classes with agriculture sophomore Alex Baum - wears protective gear during a chemistry lab. The photo tells the tale: a dog tolerating goggles, pants and booties to protect her human.

Read More
Phil Averitt
Averitt family establishes the Phil Averitt Community Commitment Scholarship at APSU

Phil Averitt, a lifelong resident of Houston County, graduated from the APSU College of Business in 1969, and he was the owner and president of Averitt Lumber Company for over 40 years.

Read More