Tomorrow at 12:30 pm, IPCAA alumn Diana Ng will speak on the topic of "The Roman-period Theater as Cognitive Microecology: Setting, Seating, and Costume." This talk examines the Roman-period theater as a cognitive ecology, one that supported and engaged different modes of thinking and learning by its occupants during nondramatic, civic and political gatherings. 

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