Book Review: A Thousand Ships by Natalie Haynes
An all-female perspective of the Trojan War
Find the latest news and information from the Department of Classics, including student experiences, faculty research and awards and alumni updates.
‘Religions and Cultures of the Ancient Middle East’ pulls from Jewish studies, history and classics.
The Classic's department is excited to hear about Zoe Singleton's upcoming summer internship at the Library of Congress.
The College of Arts and Humanities welcomes the new faculty cohort to the University of Maryland.
Classics M.A. alumnus, Stephen Rojcewicz, launches his book "Thornton Wilder, Classical Reception, and American Literature" in February, 2022.
Dr. Polyvia Parara receives recognition on her paper "Revisiting the Tragic Poets: Why they are Relevant for Modernity" at Baltimore conference.
Department of Classics Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Lillian Doherty, received an ovatio in her honor at the most recent Classical Association of the Atlantic States Meeting
Browse through the plethora of interesting course options offered through the Department of Classics for the Spring 2022 semester!
Genevieve Menthen, a junior majoring in Classics, represented the department at the 2021 ARHU Service Awards.
The Complex Oedipus conference honoring Professor George Staley was a success!
Six exceptional members of the ARHU community received an annual service award.
Take a look at some of the recent publications from the department's faculty!
Associate Professor of Classics, Jorge Bravo, has been appointed Chair of the University Senate's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee
Check out the amazing work of Classics alumni!