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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
From Poetry to Pompeii
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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
Explore the Ancient Greek and Roman World
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News & Events
- James J. Clauss, The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry
- Ruby Blondell, Ancient Sex: New Essays
- Sarah Levin-Richardson, The Brothel of Pompeii: Sex, Class and Gender at the Margins of Roman Society.
- James J. Clauss, Teaching Old and New Testaments to Students of Greek and Latin Simultaneously
- Deborah Kamen, Pseudo-Demosthenes: Against Neaira
- James J. Clauss, Heldendämmerung Anticipated: The Gods in Apollonius' Argonautica