Department of Classics

First NIAF Pellegri Distinguished Lecture Dr. Caroline Winterer of Stanford will give her lecture entitled, "Are We Rome or Greece? America's Infatuation with Classical Antiquity" on March 26 at 3:30 PM. READ MORE Are We Rome or Greece? America's Infatuation with Classical Antiquity
Study Abroad in Greece this Summer For the second year running, Professor Jorge Bravo will be teaching a summer study abroad course on the archaeology, history, and culture of Greece. READ MORE
New scholarships and research opportunities! New annual scholarship and research awards for students beginning Fall 2014 as part of the NIAF Pellegri Program on Roman Antiquity and Its Legacy in America. READ MORE

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The members of the Classics Department pride ourselves on bringing the ancient world to life.  Whether you choose to major in Classics or just take a course or two with us, we invite you to be a part of our lively learning community.

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  • Classics TA Noah Ben Cogan has been chosen to receive one of this year's new Graduate Assistant awards, presented on May 7, 2015 to just 2% of all graduate assistants at the University.  In additi

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Classics TA Noah Ben Cogan has been chosen to receive one of this year's new Graduate Assistant awards, presented on May 7, 2015 to just 2% of all graduate assistants at the University.  In additi

Francisco Barrenechea, assistant professor of classics in the College of Arts and Humanities, has received a fellowship at Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies to show that, among the

On Thursday, April 2, seventeen new members were initiated into the campus chapter, Zeta Nu, of Eta Sigma Phi, the national Classics honor society.  To be eligible for membership, students must ha

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Prince George's Room, Stamp Union
Friday, May 22, 2015 - 9:30 AM