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Brock grad returns to share insights on Classics

By Mackenzie Roe The Department of Classics welcomed graduate Maureen Carroll (BA ’75) for a special event on Monday, Oct. 28. Carroll met with current undergraduate and graduate students over lunch before giving a talk to department members on the role … Continue reading

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Classics peer mentor program helps students learning Greek and Latin

Learning any new language can be a daunting task. But learning a language that is no longer spoken, such as ancient Greek or Latin, comes with its own set of challenges. The Department of Classics has found an effective way … Continue reading

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Intersectionality in Classics: A Conversation with Professor Allison Glazebrook

Keegan Bruce, a fourth year Classics major and a volunteer Social Media Ambassador for the Faculty of Humanities, interviewed Professor Allison Glazebrook to find out how she came to research gender and sexuality in the ancient world, and to get some advice on her own career path. Keegan shares her interview in today’s blog post. Continue reading

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Brock Odyssey 2017: Learning history where it happened

The Department of Classics takes selected students on a study tour or archaeological excavation each summer. These trips allow students to experience the art and culture of the ancient Mediterranean world in an entirely  new way. This year, Professor Allison … Continue reading

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