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Robert Cargill Speaks with Iowa Legislators During a Campus Visit

Friday, December 16, 2022
A delegation of Iowa legislators, staffers, and state officials visited the University of Iowa campus for an immersive experience with researchers who study aggressive cancer, manufacture pharmaceuticals, test new aircraft systems, and delve into biblical studies. Dr. Robert Cargill, associate professor of Classics, spoke with legislators about his digital and public scholarship.

Jonathan Reeder to Present the Fall Lecture of The John Martin Rare Book Room Presents Series

Tuesday, October 18, 2022
On October 18, Jonathan Reeder will present the fall lecture of The John Martin Rare Book Room Presents series. His talk, entitled, "Mental Health and the Weight of the Past: How Early Modern Physicians Read Greek Psychology," will tell the story of how some authors of the JMRBR collection grappled with the authority of the past against the backdrop of an area of medicine which is of great concern in our own time. The lecture will be at 5:30pm in 401 Hardin Library.

Robert Cargill featured in profile in Iowa Magazine entitled, “Iowa Archaeologist and Bible Expert Robert Cargill Digs for Meaning”

Thursday, September 22, 2022
Robert Cargill was featured in the September issue of Iowa Magazine in an article written by Brittany Borghi. "He might be a renowned archaeologist who appears frequently on TV as an expert on everything from ancient Jerusalem to Ancient Aliens, but University of Iowa biblical studies professor Robert Cargill connects most with his students who have unanswered questions. His mission at Iowa is to show everyone—and he means everyone—that they have the capacity for scholarship and critical thought."