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News from Populonia

Four of our graduate and undergraduate students  (Sophia Alkhoury, Drew Davis, Laura Harris, and Zoi Samonas) had the opportunity to join Prof. Bernard this past summer on an archaeological dig in central Italy. Check out the feature on their work over at the Faculty of Arts and Science.   (Photo: Seth Bernard)

UTM to host their third annual Classics and the World Today

The department of Historical Studies at the University of Toronto, Mississauga will be hosting their third annual “Classics and the World Today” set of events, a two day affair featuring a public lecture on Thursday, Oct. 25 and a workshop for graduate students and faculty on Friday, Oct. 26. For further information, click here.

CLASSU Merchandise Survey

As most members of the department know, CLASSU has ordered and sold UofT Classics hoodies for the past couple of years. This year they are thinking of branching out. Please fill out this survey to let them gauge interest in other kinds of classics merchandise.

Classics Newsletter 2018

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.

Performance Piece: Lynn Kozak (McGill), “Previously… on the Iliad”

Performance Piece: Lynn Kozak (McGill), “Previously…on the Iliad”  

“Classics and the World Today 2: Authority and Non-Conformity in the Ancient World” at UTM

Classics and the World Today 2: Authority and Non Conformity in the Ancient World Click here to view poster.  

Assembly of the Plebs 2018

Undergraduate Conference: Assembly of the Plebs

2018 SCS/AIA: UofT Reception

2018 SCS/AIA: UofT Reception

CLASSU Academic Seminar

CLASSU will be hosting their Academic Seminar from 3:30 to 5:00 pm on November 3rd in LI220. Professors Katherine Blouin and Boris Chrubasik will both be giving lectures.

Upcoming ROM Speaks: Annual Greek Lecture

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