On Thursday July 12 Andrew successfully defended his dissertation ” Solon the Poet, Solon the Lawgiver, Solon the Sage: the Intersecting Legends of Solon.”
On October 17, Victoria Pagán will be discussing her latest book, Tacitus, in the Authors@UF Series. The event will be held at the Smathers Library, Room 100, at 1:00 pm. Click here to download a copy of the announcement.
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 with the support of the Center for Medieval and Early… Read More
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 bring holograms of inscriptions to your classroom” (co-authored with A.… Read More
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 Rome, 27-28 June 2017. For the conference program and additional… Read More
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. For further details follow this link to the conference announcement… Read More
Classical Studies majors and graduate students can now add Beginning Sanskrit (SRK 1120 = CLA 4905; SRK 6905 = CLA 6905) to their study plans. For information on registration please contact Secretary Tina Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org). For further details on the classes… Read More
Classics joined Spanish and Portuguese and Languages, Literatures and Cultures yesterday to make a fabulous dinner for Grace Marketplace.
Congratulations to Dr. Bill Smith on his graduation (shown here with his thesis director Dr. Jennifer A. Rea).
Congratulations to Miller Krause, recipient of the Calvin A. VanderWerf Award for Excellence in Teaching. This award was established in memory of Dr. VanderWerf, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences from 1971-1978 and chemistry professor from 1978… Read More