Classics

This semester, Meghan Lockwood has been studying in Rome at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies (also sometimes called Centro). Here's what she has said about her experience:

For those of you wondering whether your humanities degree is worth the four years, research shows that students who graduate with such a degree obtain and succeed in successful careers at a rate c

Professor Judith Hallett

Congratulations to Professor and Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Emerita Judith Hallett, who has received the 2019 Leadership Award of the Women's Classical Caucus.

Participants in last year's Modern Greek Studies conference
5/2/20 - 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
0106 Francis Scott Key Hall

Save the date for our third annual Modern Greek Studies conference!  Our students will deliver papers in Greek and English.  A dinner reception will follow.

Oedipus and the Sphinx by Gustave Moreau
4/24/20 - 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Parren J. Mitchell Art/Sociology Building 2203

Please SAVE THE DATE for our conference in honor of Professor Gregory Staley on the occasion of his retirement from teaching.  We have put together an exciting group of speakers, to include Profes

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.

Statue of a Greek actor in the Luxembourg Gardens, Paris

Applicants should have reached the advanced level in at least one of the two ancient languages, and preferably in both Latin and Greek.

With the support of a generous grant from the National Italian American Foundation, a new website has been created describing the influences of classical antiquity in the creation of the U.S

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