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Bryan Doerries: Theater of War Thursday, Jan. 31st

The Center for Western Civilization, Thought & Policy Presents: What Ancient Greek Tragedies Can Teach Us Today Bryan Doerries - Artistic Director: Public Artist in Residence, City of New York Thursday, January 31st 6:00 pm HALE 270 Reservations Recommended - colorado.edu/cwctp

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Online Greek to be offered summer 2019!

OFFERING BEGINNING CLASSICAL Beginning Classical Greek provides an opportunity for highly motivated students to immerse themselves in the study of ancient Greek so that they may progress rapidly through Greek grammar and then into reading Greek texts at the intermediate level. This two-course series will be intense and fast-paced, with...

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Latin Workshop Spring 2019

Practice Latin through games, conversations, and easy stories. Latin learners of all levels welcome. Snacks will be served. Stay for a few minutes or the whole session! Questions? Email reina.callier@colorado.edu . Held in HUMN 350 from 12-12:50 on the following Wednesdays: Jan. 30th, Feb. 13th & 27th, March 13th, April...

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Greek and Roman Slavery in Spring 2019

Professor Peter Hunt Clas/Hist 4071 Ancient Social History: Ancient Greek and Roman Slavery Clare 208; TR 9:30-10:45 Topics include enslavement, the economics and politics of slavery, slaves' sex and family lives, manumission and ex-slaves, everyday resistance, gladiators and the great slave revolts, and the decline and legacy of ancient slavery...

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Egyptian Art & Archaeology in Spring 2019

ARTH/CLAS 2029-001 Lecture MW 9-9:50 (3) HUMN 1B50 Travis Rupp From the Pyramids of Giza to the Valley of the Kings and King Tut to Cleopatra, this course will explore how Egyptian history and culture impacted the development of the most notable and recognizable art and architecture in the world...

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Classics undergrads: apply for Ann Nichols funding!

Department of Classics Undergraduate Funding Opportunities 2019-2020 Thanks again to a generous donation from CU Classics alumna Ann Nichols, the Department of Classics will be able to offer several scholarships for the coming academic year (2019-2020). • Ann Nichols Fellowships will award around $3,500 to the chosen recipients for continued...

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Sarah James wins CHA Faculty Fellowship for 2019-20

We are delighted to announce that Sarah James has won a CHA Faculty Fellowship for 2019-20. She will be working on the manuscript for her second book, entitled The Archaeology of Hellenistic Economies: Corinth and Mediterranean Trade in the 4th-1st centuries BCE . This book marks a new direction in...

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"Virgil's Chaonian Doves" by Samuel Hahn - Dec 3

Mary E. V. McClanahan Graduate Essay Prize Monday, December 3rd at 5:30 pm | HUMN 250 Virgil’s Chaonian Doves Reading Hesiod in Eclogues 5 and 9 Classics PhD candidate, Samuel Hahn On one level, Virgil’s Eclogues consider the tension between Latin poetry and the Roman state. With the image of...

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Dr. Francesca Schironi - Aristarchus’ Homer: Pros and Cons of a ‘Scientific’ Approach to a Text - Nov 16

Dr. Francesca Schironi Professor of Classical Studies, University of Michigan Friday, November 16 3:00 PM in HUMN 135 This event is free and open to the public. Sponsored by the CU Department of Classics.

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Dr. Andrea Berlin: AIA Lecture Oct 30

CU Museum of Natural History and the Archaeological Institute of America , present: At Home on Board: the Kyrenia Ship and the Goods of its Crew Dr. Andrea Berlin, Boston University October 30 - 7:00 PM HALE 270 The Kyrenia shipwreck, discovered in 1964 off Cyprus, is the best preserved...

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