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Curated by Sofía Torallas Tovar:

Royal Reeds: Papyrological Journey Up The Nile

Archivo de la Corona de Aragón, Barcelona.

Opening on April 20th

International Congress of Papyrology, Barcelona, Aug. 1-6 2016

http://papyrologia.upf.edu/

Poster

We are excited to announce that Catherine Kearns will be joining the department in July 2016. Katie is currently an Andrew W. Mellon postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University, where she teaches courses on the archaeology of the eastern Mediterranean and ancient environments. Her research interests include landscape archaeology and survey, social theory, historiography, and paleo environmental studies. Her book project examines the social and political dimensions of changing human-environment relationships and the re-emergence of polities on the island of Cyprus during its Iron Age.  


 

Congratulations to Michele Lowrie on being invited to accept the Andrew W. Mellon Professorship effective November 1, 2015. 

Alain Bresson delivers on Thursday, September 24, 2015, the opening lecture of the Convegno Internazionale di Studi Sulla Magna Grecia at Taranto, and on Wednesday, November 4, 2015, the Michael I. Rostovteff Lecture at Yale.

Joy Connolly (NYU) will becoming to our department as the 2016 George B. Walsh lecturer which will be held on Friday, February 26th at 4 PM in Classics 110

Her lecture is entitled "The Promise of the Classical Canon: Hannah Arendt and the Romans."

A reception will follow.

Clifford Ando has been invited to deliver the Maestro Lectures for 2015 at the Academia Sinica in Taipei, Taiwan.

The Department of Classics announces Tim Whitmarsh (Cambridge) as the lecturer for the 2015-16 Classics Lecture Series. He will deliver a series of lectures on "Homer & the Land" throughout the month of October. Visit Events for more information.

The Department of Classics is excited to welcome our incoming students for the 2015-16 year: Amber Ace, Jordan Johansen, Kristie Keller, Mills McArthur, Michael Moore, Alethea Roe, Mary Rosalie Stoner, and Katrina Van Amsterdam.

The Chicago Center for Teaching's fall orientation for graduate lecturers and course assistants, formerly known as the Workshop on Teaching in the College, has been renamed to the Teaching@Chicago Conference. This year's program will take place on Thursday, September 24th and Friday, September 25th, and each day will be devoted to a specific group. Click here for more information.

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