On July 4, 2019, Assistant Professor of Latin Flora Iff-Nöel successfully defended her doctoral thesis Ariane, vision parlante? L’ekphrasis illusioniste chez Catulle et les épigrammatistes hellénistiques at the Sorbonne Université in Paris. Congratulations from all of us, Flora!
Congratulations to our 2019 Classical Studies and Greek Studies award winners: Emmanuel Bilirakis Award for premed students: Caroline Johnston. Cantonis Award for Excellence in Greek Studies: Kaitlin Salley. Chimerakis Scholarship in Greek Studies: Kyke Giddens. Nicholas and Katie Kontaridis Scholarship… Read More
Our warmest congratulations to our graduates: Ruth Chavez, Patrick Devaney, Noah Duclos, Thomas Gramling, Caitlin Hymans, Devon Lancia, Jennifer Menke, Elisavet Panti, Kaitlin Salley, and Kelsey Sisk.
Emilie E. Jordan is the latest graduate of our doctoral program. Emily, who recently defended a dissertation titled: All the Words = A Stage: Innovation, Self-Preservation, and the Centrality of Comedy in Ovid’s Metamorphoses, was awarded the doctoral degree in Classical… Read More
Organized by V. Pagán (Classical Studies) and Judy Page (English), “Plotting the Garden: Politics and Narrative in the Literature and Culture of Gardens” is a two-day conference at the University of Florida that explores the intersection of gardens as physical… Read More
On Thursday July 12 Andrew successfully defended his dissertation ” Solon the Poet, Solon the Lawgiver, Solon the Sage: the Intersecting Legends of Solon.”
Another round of congratulations to Kostas on being awarded one of the prestigious University of Florida Research Foundation (UFRF) Professorships for 2018-2021. For further information on this university-wide recognition see the UFRF webpage.
Anastasia Pantazopoulou was one of the graduate students recognized for their excellence in teaching in 2018. Learn more about this prestigious college-wide recognition at: Graduate Assistant Teaching Awards
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