Resurrecting Sophronia: Eusebius' Christianization of the Livian Marker Rape
Brock, Terry Peterkin
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The paper and the journal are a culmination of my Kalamazoo College experience-this SIP, in fact, is a transitional piece in its own right. Before I went to Rome, my near and extended futures were both cloudy. Now, as the journal should prove, I have finally narrowed things down to a future in archaeology -a blend of my interests in classics, world travel, and physical activity. The paper on Sophronia also encompasses this: archaeology allowed me to find a topic that incorporates my love for literature, gender studies, and the classical period. The combination of my summer experience and Sophronia, therefore, includes every aspect of my K experience: study abroad, Classical studies, gender studies, and four years playing for the varsity baseball team. In doing so, this SIP will not only aid me in the future, but will also provide me with a satisfying capstone to my collegiate life, and a beacon for those years yet to come.