Please join the Department of Classics for a public lecture by Dr. Jean MacIntosh Turfa, of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology. Dr. Turfa’s lecture is entitled, “An Etruscan Book of Omens Revealed: the Brontoscopic Calendar”. The talk will be Wednesday, October 9th at 5:15 P.M. in Bryant 209. Please call 662-915-1152 or 662-915-7020 if you need more information or special assistance.
Are you ready for a new year in Classics?
Welcome back to all our returning students, and greetings to the class of 2017!
Gabby Coggin (Classics 2013) at the Nashville Parthenon.
We are very proud of our sixteen Classics graduates this year–they were an excellent group of students who will be sorely missed and from whom we expect great things!
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Classics major Sierra Mannie reads. Photo credit to G. Catelli.
Our second Taste of Classics event of the year was blessed with beautiful weather for an outdoor reading on the steps of Bryant Hall. Students, faculty, and friends of the Department shared “tastes” from a wide range of Greek and Latin favorites for four hours through the middle of the day.