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  • BUAS Student Symposium: November 10th at 5:00 PM

    Join the Brock University Archaeological Society (BUAS) for their Annual Student Symposium on Friday November 10th at 5:00 PM in IC 104. The symposium will feature talks by undergraduates Alex Moore, Emma Celestini, Sydney Bryk, and Chris Hamilton.

    This event is free of charge and all are welcome to attend.

    Click here for more information about BUAS.

  • Euripides’ Bacchae and Ingmar Bergman: Peter Toohey

    CAC Lecture - Oct 27, 2017

    CAC Lecture: Oct. 27, 2017

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  • Department of Classics Open House

    Wednesday, October 18, 2017
    5pm to 6:30pm
    International Centre (IC 304)

    Meet faculty, students, peer mentors, and our Academic Advisor.

    Ask questions about declaring your major or minor in Classics.

    Mark your calendars for our upcoming events.

    Find out more about summer opportunities in the Mediterranean. We’re heading to Italy in 2018!

    All are welcome, FREE pizza and prizes!

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  • Photo Contest

    How has studying Classics inspired you?

    Display a moment of inspiration or celebration of the classic world in photograph form!

    Deadline: November 1, 2017 at 4:30pm

    Vote for your favourite photo at our Saturnalia gathering. Winners photos will be displayed in the Department of Classics.

    Prizes ($100, $50 and $25) will be awarded!

    Download application form here

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  • Donations to the Richard W. Parker Travel Scholarship matched until March 4, 2017

    Help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Department of Classics and the upcoming retirement of Prof. Richard W. Parker by donating to the scholarship established in his name. The Richard W. Parker Travel Scholarship is awarded annually to a major in the department who is studying Classics and/or ancient Greek language to support his/her travel to the Mediterranean. More details about the award can be found via theĀ OneApp on the SAFA website. Until the BUAS Scholarly Symposium on March 4, all donations to this award will be fully matched.

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  • New textbook on ancient Greek society edited by Allison Glazebrook and Christina Vester

    Themes in Greek Society and Culture: An Introduction to Ancient Greece, co-edited by Allison Glazebrook (Brock University) and Christina Vester (University of Waterloo) has just appeared from Oxford University Press Canada. The contributions cover a range of topics and historical periods from the Bronze Age to the early Hellenistic period, and are designed to introduce students to key structures, institutions, and activities in ancient Greek society.

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