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Morality & Models Conference

Assessing Modern Approaches to the Ancient Economy. Organized by Seth Bernard and Sarah Murray. For more information contact Details: October November 5 and 6 Poster (click for PDF):

Climate and the Roman Conquest of Italy

Please join us for this conference, organised by Prof. Seth Bernard and hosted by the Department of Classics with support from a Connection Grant from SSHRC. Schedule Booklet, incl. abstracts Details: October 1 and 2 Poster (click for PDF):

Classics and Online Learning

Some helpful online resources for navigating the coronavirus pandemic.

2020 Summer Courses: An Update

Our summer courses are set to start soon as usual, only online! Instructors have been busy brainstorming and planning creatively for their courses. Notable are our introductory Greek and Latin courses, which will be implemented online with a crack team of TA helpers. We had a good number of enthusiastic of language bursary recipients and …

2020 CAC Sight Exam Winners

In this CAC undergraduate sight exams, one of our students placed 1st in the senior Greek (Jakob Barnes) and another 2nd in the senior Latin (Yi Lin Zhu). Congratulations to them for these achievements of excellence!

In Memoriam: Mark Golden (1948-2020)

A memorial to friend of the department and alumnus, Mark Golden.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Ancient Philosophy

One-year postdoctoral position in Ancient Philosophy The Collaborative Program in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy [CPAMP] at the University of Toronto is delighted to announce the availability of a one-year postdoctoral position in Ancient Philosophy, to begin no later than 1st September 2020. (It may be possible for the Fellowship to be extended for a second …

Bursaries for Summer Courses in Greek and Latin

The following information is also available as a PDF or DOC file. To support this bursary, please visit this link and donate to the “Department of Classics Departmental Trust.” Thank you for supporting greater diversity within the field of Classics.   The Department of Classics is promoting the study of Ancient Greek and Latin by students …

Greek Study Day at UTM: Lyric Poetry, February 28

Poster Greek Study Day UTM 2020 UTM to host Greek Study Day, see poster for more details.

University of Toronto Reception at the SCS/AIA Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.!

All Canadian scholars and students, alumnae and alumni, as well as other friends of the department, are most welcome to the Reception hosted by the Department of Classics at the University of Toronto at the Annual SCS/AIA meeting in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, 2 January, from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. in the Mint Room …