John Gibert

Congratulations to John Gibert!

Aug. 19, 2020

The Department of Classics congratulates John Gibert on his promotion to Full Professor! John Gibert (BA Yale, PhD Harvard) is interested in archaic and classical Greek poetry, especially Homer and drama, and in particular the tragic playwright Euripides. His edition of Euripides’ Ion with introduction, Greek text, and commentary appeared...

Catie Steidl

Classics Welcomes Catie Steidl!

June 30, 2020

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Statement on the death of George Floyd

June 5, 2020

We in the Department of Classics join our colleagues in Ethnic Studies and Women and Gender Studies in condemning the murder of George Floyd and other Black Americans. We also endorse the statements of our professional organizations, the Society for Classical Studies and the Archaeological Institute of America , and...

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Searching for Pirates

June 1, 2020

Professor Nick Rauh (Purdue) - Searching for Pirates: "The Rough Cilicia Archeological Survey Project”

Jackie Elliott

Congratulations to Jackie Elliott!

May 26, 2020

Jackie Elliott has won a College Scholar Award, which she will use to support the completion of the following two projects: A short, introductory volume on Early Roman Poetry , for Brill’s Research Perspectives in Classical Poetry series. This volume will offer an overview of current scholarship and interpretive trends...

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Congratulations Class of 2020!

Congratulations to all of our Classics Graduates!

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Maymester and Summer Session A classes (remote teaching)

May 15, 2020

Please find a full schedule of Summer 2020 Classics classes here .

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Congratulations to our Student Award Winners!

April 30, 2020

The Department of Classics congratulates the following award-winners: (Jump to: Graduate Award Winners ) UNDERGRADUATE AWARD WINNERS The Matthew Dwyer Prize for the Translation of Latin and Greek Cameron Hunter James Tranchetti The 2020 Dwyer prize for Latin translation has been jointly won by Cameron Hunter and James Tranchetti for...

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Congratulations to our Faculty Award Winners!

April 29, 2020

Lauri Reitzammer

Congratulations to Lauri Reitzammer!

April 22, 2020

The Department of Classics congratulates Lauri Reitzammer! Lauri Reitzammer has won a LEAP (Leadership Education for Advancement and Promotion) Growth Grant , that will give her a teaching release next academic year to work on her current book project: Resident Aliens and Sacred Sightseers: Female Immigrants and Travelers in Athenian Tragedy .

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