Alumni

Portrait bust of Cato and Porcia

The Department of Classics will be offering an advanced course in Latin Pedagogy next spring as a series of Saturday workshops with lunch.  Students may register at the 400 or 600 level.

Ann Sneesby-Koch (M.A. 2001) writes:

Rachel Mullervy just graduated with a Master of Arts in Teacher Leadership from Mount Holyoke College and was the recipient of the Teacher Leadership Innovation Award for her work in girls’ lead
Photo of Jonathan Clark, Prof. Judith Hallett, and Elliott Rebello
Jonathan Clark (B.A. 2018) writes:  "Im taking the CUNY Upper Level Greek program and I've been enjoying it a lot.
Dr. Parara presenting her paper

On March 21-24, 2019,  Dr. Polyvia Parara successfully presented a new paper based on her research project entitled “Classics in Reception: Cultural Identity and the Unique Case of Classical B

5/2/19 - 3:30 PM to 5/4/19 - 5:00 PM
Two locations (see attached program)

This conference, with a keynote address on May 2 by Professor Hunter Rawlings, will provide discussion and practical advice on teaching Latin and ancient Roman culture today, with special emphasis

Siren vase
4/13/19 - 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
0106 Francis Scott Key Hall

In this "Year of Immigration" at the Unversity, all are invited to a conference on the Greek concept of nostos, homecoming and the desire for it, as expressed in Greek literature and cult

Prof. Jorge Bravo

The Classics Department congratulates Associate Professor Jorge J.

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