Join us for a reception to celebrate the launch of the John Lundon Memorial Fellowship in Classics, a graduate fellowship in memory of the department’s alumnus Dr. John W. R. Lundon, made possible through a most generous donation by the Lundon family. Thursday May 30, 2019 5:30pm to 7:30pm Rm LI 205
Cillian O’Hogan took up a position as Assistant Professor of Medieval Latin in the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto this past summer. After completing his dissertation here in the Department of Classics in 2011 (a dissertation which has since become a book!), Cillian worked as a visiting Assistant Professor of Latin in the Department … Read More
Following his graduation from the doctoral programme, Timothy Perry (PhD 2010) spent two years as a lecturer in Classics at Dartmouth College. Timothy then returned to school, completing a Master of Information degree in Library and Information Science at the University of Toronto’s iSchool in 2015. While at the iSchool, he was also actively involved … Read More
Hot off the press! The latest issue of the Classics Newsletter is now available online! If you wish to download a copy, please click here.
Congrats to Dr Jody Cundy, PhD 2016, who has won a two-year SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship to Oxford (2018-20)!
Congratulations to Dr. Emilia Barbiero, who will begin her permanent appointment as Assistant Professor of Classics at University of Cincinnati! Since receiving her Ph.D. in Classics from the University of Toronto in 2014, Dr. Barbiero has held academic positions at U of T, New York University, and Dartmouth College. Best of luck to Dr. Barbiero!
2018 SCS/AIA: UofT Reception
Congratulations to Dr. Emilia Barbiero who will begin her two-year appointment as a Lecturer of Classics at Dartmouth College this summer! Dr. Barbiero received her Ph.D. in Classics from the University of Toronto in 2014. She and her dog Chloe are heading to New Hampshire from New York where she is finishing her appointment as a Visiting Assistant … Read More
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah McCallum, who will begin her permanent appointment as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Classics (Latin Literature and Language) in the University of Arizona Department of Religious Studies and Classics this summer! Dr. McCallum received her Ph.D. in Classics from the University of Toronto. She is experienced in teaching Latin and Greek … Read More
The Fidelity of Fides: Authenticity in the Classical World