Ara pacis

Diane Conlin recognized as top archaeology teacher

Nov. 20, 2020

Specialist in art, architecture and archaeology of ancient Rome wins 2021 Excellence in Teaching Award from Archaeological Institute of America.

Students in an Arts and Sciences History 1509 class at the Eaton Humanities Building.

Studying classics is ‘deeply, utterly, fascinating and fun’

Oct. 30, 2020

Elspeth Dusinberre, new college professor of distinction, discusses the joy and relevance of the discipline.

Colorado Classics

Budding Ciceros and Roman circusgoers unite

Sept. 30, 2020

Virtually, that is, as the CU Boulder Classics Department and Colorado Classics Association turns young people on to ancient Greece and Rome

Photograph from CU Classics Day

Immortal influence brings classics community together

Sept. 24, 2019

Colorado Classics Day on Sept. 28 celebrates Latin, classical antiquity

coliseum

‘Classics helps us understand who and why we are’

Sept. 12, 2019

Carole Newlands talks about being named a Distinguished Professor, why to study classics and how Ovid matters today.

Persepolis

Experts to discuss ‘king and kingship in ancient Persia’

Feb. 20, 2019

Three scholars will give fresh perspectives on ancient Persia in a symposium next month at the University of Colorado Boulder.

CU Boulder NEXT Header

Beer and cancer research to take center stage

Jan. 25, 2019

CU Boulder NEXT is featuring two innovative members of the arts and sciences community next week

coins

Students collaborate with CU Art Museum on new Roman coin exhibit

Jan. 20, 2019

One of Diane Conlin's goals is to encourage creative thinking among her students.

cori

Celebrating graduation, eight years in the making

May 14, 2018

Cori Fagan has spent the better part of a decade balancing a full-time job, parenthood and school. This month marks a major milestone for her; she is graduating with a bachelor's degree in classics.

Garnett

‘Great themes of civilization’ launched an unplanned career

April 24, 2018

When Stan Garnett (Hist’78) came to the CU Boulder in the fall of 1974, he planned to study classics, then become an ordained Presbyterian minister. His time at CU, however, would eventually yield a different path built on the great themes of civilization.

Pages