More congratulations to Kostas Kapparis

Following the recent publication of his edited volume on D.M. MacDowell (Routledge 2017), Kostas strikes again with the 500-page study Prostitution in Ancient Greece (De Gruyter 2017).  For more information see… Read More

Congratulations to Kostas Kapparis

Congratulations to Kostas on the appearance of: Douglas M. MacDowell. Studies on Greek Law, Oratory and Comedy (Routledge: London and New York 2017, co-edited with Ilias Arnaoutoglou and Dimos Spatharas). For a… Read More

Translation, Adaptation, and Interpretation

UF Classics hosted its first Graduate Student Symposium in Anderson Hall on October 21. The keynote speaker was Professor Karl Galinsky of University Texas at Austin. The symposium was organized… Read More

UF Classics at the XVth International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

Eleni Bozia and Andy Nichols represented UF Classics at the last International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy in Vienna with the poster presentations ‘Augmented Reality for Epigraphy: How to… Read More

Victoria Pagán delivers paper on gardens at the British School in Rome

Victoria Pagán delivered the paper ‘Deerit nihil? Environmental Sustainability and the Rhetoric of Roman Gardens’ at the conference Hortus Inclusus: Expanding Boundaries of Space and Time, The British School at… Read More

Gonda Van Steen delivers paper at the K. Koun conference in Oxford

Gonda Van Steen presented the paper ‘Theatre, politics and money: Koun’s Art Theater and the Greek dictatorship’ at the event CELEBRATING KAROLOS KOUN. CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION. OXFORD, 22 SEPT. 2017.… Read More

Congratulations to Eleni Bozia

Congratulations to Eleni Bozia for winning the Assistant Professor Excellence Award. Eleni is the only Assistant Professor from CLAS to win the award. For details, follow this link to UF… Read More

Congratulations to Jennifer Rea

Congratulations to Jennifer Rea for the publication of her new book, a graphic history set in Roman Africa in 203 CE that examines issues of power, gender, and religion in… Read More

Victoria Pagán on Euridice by Sarah Ruhl

A wonderfully engaging article from Victoria Pagán on Euridice by Sarah Ruhl, originally published in Amphora, is available from the SCS website. You can find the article here: Amphora: Eurydice… Read More

Congratulations to Victoria Pagán

Congratulations to Victoria Pagán for the publication of her new book Tacitus in the series Understanding Classics by I.B. Tauris. For more information, follow this link to book’s webpage.