Please schedule all appointments with members of the Department of Classical Studies.
Please, no walk-ins.
Liz Reyna, the departmental secretary, may be reached at 504-865-5719 and email@example.com to provide any assistance you may require. Liz is working remotely throughout the semester, but she is always a phone call or an email away. Please do not hesitate to contact her.
All faculty members may be reached directly via their contact information listed on our departmental webpage. Or feel free to contact Liz for their information.
Classical Studies focuses on understanding the world of the ancient Mediterranean—including Greece, Rome, and surrounding cultures—by studying its languages, history, art, and archaeology. We offer major and minor tracks in Classical Studies, Latin, or Greek, and encourage all students to sample broadly among our offerings even while concentrating in a particular field. In addition to courses taught in the ancient languages, we teach literature in translation; history, art, and archaeology surveys and seminars; and courses on topics as varied as mythology and religion, Roman law, ancient leadership, and gender in the ancient world. Our program focuses on developing skills in critical thinking, reading, and writing, and all majors complete independent research projects. Our students find that exploring the past invites new perspectives on the modern world while opening doors to the future, and recent graduates have pursued advanced studies at the M.A. and Ph.D. level, medical school, law school, the Peace Corps, and careers ranging from teaching, to publishing, to business.
Dr. Ryan Boehm appointed the Sizeler Family Professor in Judaic Studies III.Read Full Story
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Co-edited by Emilia Oddo and Konstantinos Chalikias, this book brings together for the first time scholars working on the Bronze Age settlement patterns and material culture of the Southeast Crete, particularly the area of the modern city of IerapetraRead Full Story
Professor Dennis P. Kehoe, the 2019 recipient of The Oliver Fund award for excellence in faculty mentoring.Read Full Story
Graduate Student, Jonathan Clark, presents at the conference on Women and Healing, a Consortium on Women, Marriage, and the HouseholdRead Full Story
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Allison Emmerson, an assistant professor of classical studies in the School of Liberal Arts, won the Rome Prize offered by the American Academy in Rome and an American Council of Learned Societies fellowship. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)Read Full Story
The Department of Classical Studies allows students to design major and minor programs of study with broad exposure or more focused concentration in the fields of language and literature, art and archaeology, and ancient history.Undergraduate Program – more about our undergraduate program
Our full-time M.A. program emphasizes preparation in Latin and Greek and can include coursework in ancient history, archaeology, philosophy, and ancient religion. The program generally requires two years for completion. In the first year, students normally take three courses each semester. In addition, each student who is receiving a stipend serves as a teaching assistant to help a professor with course materials and grading. In the second year, students normally take two courses each semester and work on the M.A. qualifying papers under the direction of a professor.
Graduate Program – more about our graduate program
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People – Departmental Members