Browse Exhibits (2 total)
Former Classical Studies faculty member Rev. Raymond V. Schoder, S.J., spent a lifetime accumulating what would become an over 17,000 image slide collection. He is best known for his photography of ancient classical sites in Greece, Italy, and North Africa, many of which were used to illustrate his books and lectures. This exhibit focuses on his lectures on Roman North Africa. The Roman Africa section of the Schoder Slide Collection consists of 439 slides; Schoder's lectures, however, often only used 80 of those slides. This exhibit attempts to duplicate Schoder's lectures on Roman Africa through his notes using the original 80 slides and augmented by additional slides taken by him.
Note: in excerpts from Schoder's lecuter notes 'X' identifies slides that he skipped over or removed from his lectures as needed.
Raymond V. Schoder, S.J., lectured widely on many topics including Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. This exhibit highlights Schoder's lectures on Hopkins' life, travels, and poetry using both his lecture notes and photographs he took to accompany his lectures.