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Guest Speaker Karlos Hill
“21st Century Lynchings? Meditations on Police Shootings of Unarmed Black People” by Dr. Karlos Hill
Guest Speaker Joe Goodkin
“The Odyssey: A Folk Opera” by Joe Goodkin
Catching up with alumna, Alexis Lees (2014)
Spoilers: "The best thing is, my Classical Humanities and Language degree has proven to be of great value, since I am in a predominantly Greek-speaking country! "
Study Abroad Opportunity: Discovering Greece
Discovering Greece: A Journey Through the Ancient World, January 2017
Guest Speaker Ann Vasaly
"Was Machiavelli Right?: Livy’s Depiction of Discord in Early Rome” by Ann Vasaly
Guest Speaker Colin Shelton
“Ovid’s Faces and the Quest for the Minds of Others” by Colin Shelton
Guest Speaker Sarah Derbrew
“Hidden Identities: Black Skin in Heliodorus’ ‘Aithiopika’” by Sarah Derbew
Literary London 2017 offers new courses and internship opportunities in one of the world's cultural capitals
Literary London, a summer study abroad program housed in the Department of English, will offer internships next year alongside courses on Jane Austen and William Shakespeare, according to program director and associate professor of English Kaara Peterson
Department of Classics 3rd Annual Certamen
On November 12, 2016, the department once again sponsored a lively certamen (quiz competition) for 75 + local Latin high school students and their teachers.