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Project Coordinated By UMD Alum Wins $350,000 NEH Grant

July 01, 2020 Classics

Krateros Project, coordinated by Dr. Aaron Hershkowitz, wins $350,000 grant

Congratulations Class of 2020!

May 18, 2020 Classics, Linguistics

Congratulations Class of 2020!

New "Virtual Study Abroad" Course For Summer Session 1!

April 08, 2020 Classics, College of Arts and Humanities

The Classics Department is offering a new "virtual study abroad" in Italy for Summer Session 1

Zoe Singleton's Upcoming Internship at the Library of Congress

March 12, 2020 Classics

The Classic's department is excited to hear about Zoe Singleton's upcoming summer internship at the Library of Congress.

Meghan Lockwood's Semester in Rome

February 19, 2020 Classics

Meghan Lockwood's experience studying in Rome at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies

Now accepting applications to our Masters program for 2020-21!

November 17, 2019 Classics

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

Photos from the Greek Concert on November 7!

November 15, 2019 Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff Program and Center for Jewish Studies

Pictures from the Greek concert on Nov 7! In this photo is Ellie Falaris Ganelin, UMD alumna and flutist who organized the concert 

Classical Influences in America

November 01, 2019 Classics

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. constitution.

UMD Students of Modern Greek Present at Celebration of OXI Day

November 01, 2019 History

OXI (pronounced OHI) means “no” in modern Greek.

UMD Alumnus Coordinates Princeton's Krateros Project

October 07, 2019 Classics, College of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Aaron Hershkowitz, one of our alumni (B.A. 2009) and a recent Rutgers Ph.D., has been working as Coordinator of the Krateros Project at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University.