Home >> Taxonomy >> Term >> Highlight on ARHU site

Highlight on ARHU site

Specify to highlight this content item on the ARHU site. This tag is used for the departments to specify that they wish to have this piece of content displayed on the ARHU site. For example, on the departmental site, the user can tag the event with this tag, when migrate pulls in the event into ARHU site, any events tagged with 'Highlight on ARHU site' will be put in the Admin:Special Queue. The user then review the queue to determine if the event should be displayed on the ARHU site. If yes, the reviewer will tag the department tag with "College of Arts and Humanities".

5/5/17 - 5:30 PM
Howard University (precise location TBA)

Please save the date for the fourth biannual session of the Washington (DC) Ancient Mediterranean Seminar.

4/21/16 - 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Ulrich Recital Hall, Tawes Hall

Professor Mortimer Sellers delivered his NIAF Pellegri Distinguished Lecture, entitled "America: The New Rome" on April 21st, 2016.

Talia Chicherio

Talia Chicherio was recently chosen as the first NIAF Pellegri Scholar in the Department of Classics.

5/2/14 - 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Maryland Room (0100 Marie Mount Hall)

Muses of the Land will spotlight how Spain and Latin America have engaged with their Greek and Latin cultural heritage. Despite the fact that this heritage has been central to many aspects of the cultural life of the region, it has received little consideration in the English-speaking world, where the idea that Latin American is a "non-western" civilization still has some currency. Recent panels at academic conferences in the United States, however, have begun to explore the influence of this heritage in the literature, film, and drama. Our conference seeks to expand the panorama of scholarly perspectives by inviting representatives from other academic fields to enter the conversation. We selected a group of papers from various fields (history, art, classics, and Spanish literature) that not only showcase the variety of forms assumed by classical reception in the Spanish-speaking world, but also spotlight the challenges facing the study of this topic that might be specific to this particular cultural milieu.


Subscribe to RSS - Highlight on ARHU site