The Department of Classical Studies offers students the opportunity to study the languages, cultures, and histories of ancient Greece and Rome.
Hannah Maddy, '16, won a national field school award from the Classical Association of the Midwest and the South to support her summer field work in Herculaneum and Pompeii, Italy. She is the single undergraduate in the large professional association to have received this honor.
Classical Studies Feature Stories
Latin majors participate in summer field school to learn Roman epigraphy
Student research aims to understand inter-male communication
Recent graduate's interdisciplinary education and fascination with antiquity inspired her to create a 2-D model of ancient Rome.
Students experience a celebration similar to those held in ancient Greece and Rome
- Faking It: A Look at the History of Art ForgeryJan083:00 PM - 4:30 PMAs part of the Mediterranean Society of America Lecture Series, Donald Schrader from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts... Continue reading
- Women with Weapons? In Search of the Female VikingFeb096:00 PM - 7:30 PMAs part of the Archeological Institute of America Lecture Series, Neil Price from Uppsala University presents a lecture... Continue reading
- The Ancient Athenian Naval Bases in the Piraeus: The Backbone of the World's First DemocracyMar166:00 PM - 7:30 PMAs part of the Archaelogical Institute of America Lecture Series, Bjorn Loven from the University of Southern Denmark... Continue reading
- Wheeler Ancient World Gallery Open House and LectureApr065:00 PM - 8:00 PMThe Department of Classical Studies invites the campus and community to the Stuart Wheeler Ancient World Gallery Open... Continue reading
- Lust in the Dust: Erotic Curse Tablets Unearthed at Nemea GreeceApr206:00 PM - 7:30 PMThe Archaeological Institute of America Lecture Series welcomes Jorge Bravo from the University of Maryland, who will... Continue reading