Who are we?
Classicists take an active part in the humanistic enterprise. The long history of our discipline continues to be enriched by new interpretive tools.About Our Department
Explore the Ancient Greek and Roman World
Discover politics, literature, history, art and archaeology with a major or minor in our department.Undergraduate Programs
Try Something New
Add some intrigue to your schedule and fulfill GE requirements by taking a Classics course this spring.Upcoming Courses
Where will you go with a degree in Classics?
See where our graduates end up after studying Greek, Latin and classical civilizations with us.Alumni News
From Poetry to Pompeii
Our department sponsors dozens of lectures every year featuring scholars from around the world.View Events
News & Events
- Alain M. Gowing, Response: APA Panel on '‘Historiography, Poetry, and the Intertext’, 4 January 2013 (Histos, Working Papers)
- Stephen E. Hinds, 'The self-conscious cento'
- Catherine M. Connors, Mapping Tartaros: Observation, Inference, and Belief in Ancient Greek and Roman Accounts of Karst Terrain, co authored with Cindy Clendenon
- Stephen E. Hinds, Return to Enna: Ovid and Ovidianism in Claudian's De Raptu Proserpinae
- Deborah Kamen, "The Consequences of Laughter in Aeschines' Against Timarchos"
- James J. Clauss, Companion to Hellenistic Literature