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In this "Year of Immigration" at the Unversity, the Classic’s Department held a conference on the Greek concept of nostos, homecoming and the desire for it, as expressed in Greek litera

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

The Colosseum in Rome
4/25/19 - 3:30 PM
1119 Susquehana Hall

Please come to an informal illustrated talk on April 25 by Lauren Baker, a senior Classics major who spent last fall semester in Rome studying at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies. 

One of our students, Lauren Baker, spent the fall '18 semester in Rome at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies, which is affiliated with Duke University.

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.

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

The Department of Classics at the University of Maryland, College Park, invites papers and workshop proposals for a conference on May 2-4, 2019 entitled “Teaching Rome at Home”!

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