Department of Classics

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
CLASSICS AWARDED $500K NIAF PELLEGRI GRANT FROM THE NATIONAL The grant will expand classical studies and focus on historical ties between the U.S. capital and the Roman Empire. READ MORE
New Summer Course in Greece with Professor Jorge Bravo New Summer Course in Greece: Professor Jorge Bravo will teach a new archaeological fieldwork course at Kenchreai, the eastern harbor of ancient Corinth. READ MORE Archaeology of Corinth

Welcome!

 

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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    A paper entitled “The Clemency of Caesar” written by Classics major Thomas Bunting in the fall semester of 2013 for Prof.
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A paper entitled “The Clemency of Caesar” written by Classics major Thomas Bunting in the fall semester of 2013 for Prof.

Travels abroad and GRID presentation

For her Masters thesis in Latin at UMCP, Inna Kunz has created a commentary for high school students on Lucretius' De rerum natura.

Events

TBA
Friday, March 06, 2015 - 3:00 PM
Ulrich Recital Hall, Tawes Hall
Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 3:30 PM