He returned to New York City that summer to be a symposiast
in the American Psychological Association (APA) program honouring Harry Dexter Kitson, Donald Super's mentor.
Although Peter would frequently serve as a guest professor and was an indefatigable symposiast
and speaker at conferences in many countries, the University of Minnesota was to remain his lifelong home, a genuine Wahlheimat.
Entertainers performed, consorted and conversed with the symposiasts
What," we asked our symposiasts
, "would you say that we've learned--or ought to have learned--from Waco two decades after the fact?
But the energy and insight of the Symposiasts
testify to a continuing devotion to the project of popular self-government initiated at the Founding.
Fortunately, that expertise is being supplied by my fellow symposiasts
were Lynne Rudder Baker and Edward Wierenga.
The symposium constituted an intimate and convivial after-dinner drinking party, which involved discussions, performances of lyric poetry, verbal and physical games, and erotic activities among the symposiasts
(see Murray; Vetta, Poesia).
The finished product, four essays held together by an introductory and concluding meditation, showcases the writing talents of all three symposiasts
, who are likely to inspire the most unenthused interpreter of Augustine's eroticism to pick up and read again.
As the title of his 2000 collection has it, he is the poet "left under a cloud," the poet expelled from a world of nymphs and symposiasts
, in short the poet ejected from the bar of King's College Cambridge, his haunt during a term as Judith E.
Among the interesting discursive shifts of Methodius's treatise is that the Brides of Christ are carefully distanced from any association with reproduction, unlike Plato's symposiasts
for whom the fecund "reproductivity" of eros stands at the forefront of discussion.
2, containing an early Hellenistic epigram that prescribes appropriate behaviour for symposiasts
, including the injunction e~ allhlou~ te fluarein kai skwptein toiauq oia gelwta ferein ('to poke fun at each other and to mock, just enough to produce laughter', 5-6: her translation).