Performance Piece: Lynn Kozak (McGill), “Previously…on the Iliad”
Humanity is the Measure of All Things: A Colloquium Exploring Late Antiquity’s Intellectual and Spiritual Diversity
Doing Classics: A Workshop in Historical Methods Please RSVP to Jeffrey Easton by Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Please indicate if you will be attending the workshop, lunch, and downtown dinner in the evening. Please also mention any dietary restrictions. Click here to view poster.
Classics and the World Today 2: Authority and Non Conformity in the Ancient World Click here to view poster.
2018 SCS/AIA: UofT Reception
Are you interested in pursuing advanced degrees in Classics? The Department of Classics at the University of Toronto wants you! We offer a thriving pedagogical and scholarly environment in the heart of Canada’s most diverse city, as well as funding for students in both our MA and PhD programs. Click to read more. Application deadline … Read More
The Department’s annual End-of-Year Party for faculty, staff, and graduate students will be held on Friday, December 8th from 4:00pm-6:00pm in Room LI 205, with refreshments from Campus Beverage and catering from Santaguida.
Tuesday, October 3, 2017 7:00pm – 8:00pm Reception to follow Discover the spectacular finds unearthed from the undisturbed burial site of the so-called Griffin Warrior, Prince of Pylos. Dr. Jack L. Davis, Professor of Greek Archaeology at the University of Cincinnati, describes the excavation of this remarkable grave, which included the discovery of four exquisite … Read More
In June 2017, a small team led by Carrie Fulton started an underwater survey of a Late Bronze Age anchorage at Maroni-Tsaroukkas, along the south-central coastline of Cyprus. Professor Fulton was joined by University of Toronto graduate student, Naomi Neufeld. In this first season, the team tested a custom-designed camera system for digital recording of … Read More
Seth Bernard and Drew Davis working on a survey project of the colonial walls of Cosa, modern Ansedonia, in conjunction with the Cosa Excavations. One of the best preserved of all Mid-Republican fortifications, the walls of the Latin colony of Cosa were built in polygonal masonry in 273 BC. Professor Bernard and Drew are using … Read More