The Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences 2011-2012 Series presents,  “A Night with…Caesar” on Thursday, April 12th at 7:00 PM in the Wallace All Faiths Chapel.

Julius Caesar was perhaps the most fascinating and controversial personality of western antiquity. Pacifier of Gaul, military genius, and political revolutionary, Caesar, with undeniable aspirations of dictatorship, presided over the last years of the Republic in an attempt to address the long-standing civil turmoil that had plagued Rome for half a century. His reforms were largely realized by his successor and heir, Octavian, the future Augustus. We invite you to hear Caesar hold forth on his military and political career, particularly his justification for embarking on a decisive path of one-man rule, a course of action that defied all sacred Roman traditions and prompted his murder by senatorial conspirators.

William Cumiford, Ph. D., Associate Professor of History will be portraying Caesar. Don’t Miss Out!

The event is free and open to the public. Parking for event is available after 4pm in the Fred L. Barrera Parking Structure on Sycamore and the Lastinger Parking Structure on Walnut Avenue. Cost is $2 for two hours, and $3 for four hours. For more parking information please visit