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
At the Outstanding Achievement Awards ceremony held on April 24th at the Faculty Club, the Business Officer of the Department of Classics, Ann-Marie Matti, received the Distinguished Service Award from David Cameron, Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Science. This is a tremendous recognition of the invaluable work that Ann-Marie, known to generations of … Read More
Another successful academic year comes to a close. For those who weren’t able to join us at our End-of-Term Party, click below for a full photo recap.
Chiara Graf is one of three incoming doctoral candidates who will hold Chancellor Henry N.R. Jackman Graduate Fellowships in the Humanities at the Jackman Humanities Institute in 2019-2020. She will be working to complete her dissertation that addresses the annual theme of “Strange Weather”. Read more about it here.
The Department of Classics on the St. George campus together with our Classicist and Ancient History colleagues at UTM and UTSC were awarded spot no. 13 in the recent QS World University Ranking. Place no. 1 is held by the Sapienza University of Rome. We are among the most successful fields in the Faculty of … Read More
Profs. Ben Akrigg, Katherine Blouin and Victoria Wohl are among the 2019-2020 JHI Faculty Research Fellows. Read more about their proposed projects in relation to the annual theme for 2019-2020, “Strange Weather”.
We are immensely proud that Dr. Marion Durand, currently a Lecturer in the Department of Classics, has been hired by Oxford University as Associate Professor in the Faculty of Philosophy and Tutorial Fellow at Corpus Christi College, and Associate College Lecturer at St John’s College. Marion defended her PhD thesis, “Language and Reality: Stoic Semantics … Read More
For more info on the Classics Students’ Union, click here.
UTM will be hosting this interesting event in March. See the poster for more information.
Our very own Chiara Graf, one of this year’s Northrop Frye Centre Doctoral Fellows, will be giving a talk at Vic next week. Find more info here.