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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.

12/5/19 - 5:00 PM
1218 Marie Mount Hall

Washington area Latin teachers and UMD Classics students are invited to a Saturnalia party to celebrate the season.  Please join us on Thursday, December 5 for a festive break as we wind down the

Dr. Katherine Wasdin
10/3/19 - 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Visitor Center, Turner Hall

All are invited to a welcome reception for our new Assistant Professor, Dr. Katherine Wasdin.  It will be held in the Visitor Center, Turner Hall, from 3:30 to 5:00 PM on Thursday, October 3. 

8/21/19 - 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM
1218 Marie Mount Hall

New and returning Teaching Assistants in Classics are required to attend this one-day orientation session in the Department, which will include breakfast and lunch and conclude with a reception an

New members of Eta Sigma Phi

Chapter Zeta Nu, the UMD chapter of of Eta Sigma Phi, the national Classics honor society, inducted eleven new members on March 7, 2019.  Those pictured are, from left to right:  Professor Robert

Coin of Julius Caesar
3/6/19 - 4:15 PM
0301 Francis Scott Key Hall

The Department of Classics invites you to a presentation by Professor Ted Lendon of the University of Virginia on "The Deplorable Consequences of Education:  The Assassination of Julius Caesar." 

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

2/4/19 - 3:00 PM
1310 Marie Mount Hall

The fable-writer Phaedrus, a poet of the early first century CE, promises that his fables offer a double dowry:  they excite laughter, and they teach life lessons.  In this talk, Dr.

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