Scholarship and research are integral to the study of Classics and to the mission of our department. We understand scholarship in an inclusive sense that embraces teaching and learning at all levels. The members of our faculty (core and affiliate) practice research that results in scholarly talks and conferences and in publication by major presses and refereed journals; much of this research informs the courses they teach. Our students also engage in research, both individual and collaborative, both inside and outside of the classroom. The following are recent examples of the products of our research:
Francisco Barrenechea, assistant professor of classics in the College of Arts and Humanities, has received a fellowship at Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies to show that, among the
University of Maryland Classics Department graduate students Noah Cogan and Emily Mohr will be presenting their papers at the 111th annual CAMWS Meeting in Boulder, Colorado on Saturday, March 28.
Professor Bravo has been awarded a Tier 1 Seed Grant from the University of Maryland to support his work at the site of Kenchreai, the eastern port of ancient Corinth in Greece.
Third-year Classics undergraduate Bryan Toth has recently been accepted into the University of Maryland’s first general exchange program with the University of Melbourne in Australia during the sp