The first annual Mid-Atlantic Undergraduate Classics Conference (MAUCC) will be held on March 15-16, 2014 at the College of William and Mary. The conference is exclusively for undergraduate paper presentations. The topics for this first conference include omen in Antiquity, Religion and Ritual, Intersections of East and West, and Political Systems of the Ancient World. … Read moreMid-Atlantic Undergraduate Classics Conference
Our friends at the erasums academy asked us to share information about their Summer Language Program… This summer the Erasmus Academy is offering intensive, 8-week “rapid reading” courses in French, German, Spanish, classical Latin, classical Greek, Biblical Hebrew, NT Greek, and Mandarin Chinese. These are designed for graduate and college students in all areas of … Read moreThe Erasmus Academy Summer Language Program
Check out a recent interview on the Rutgers Classics blog with Dr. Ryan Fowler, the Greek course director this fall. He talks about the positive impact Sunoikisis has had on students, faculty, and their departments, and he discusses how Sunoikisis is promoting collaboration among faculty and changing the way students learn.
On December 1, 2012, watch a live webcast featuring presentations by undergraduates from around the country. The webcast is viewable at rtsp://stream.chs.harvard.edu/HouseA via VLC, RealPlayer, or Quicktime. A chat window will be available for viewers to ask questions and make comments. 11:00 am, Session 1 “From ‘Oedipus’ to ‘Incendies’” Erin Williams, Howard University “Battle Sarcophagi in Ancient Rome: An Explanation for the … Read moreLive Webcast: Undergraduate Research Symposium
Hello, readers! My name is Amy Hendricks, and I am currently a junior at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. I am double-majoring in Greek and Roman Studies and English Literature, and I am taking both courses offered through Sunoikisis this semester. To help everyone understand how a Sunoikisis Greek class functions, I am going to … Read moreSunoikisis Greek Course Update
For the last two months, I have been fortunate enough to participate in the Summer Internship Program at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C. This experience was so meaningful to me and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity, so I’d like to take a moment to reflect on my summer. … Read moreMy Summer at the CHS