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The Afterlives of Sculptures in Ancient Greece

The Julius Fund Lecture in Ancient Art will be given by Dr. Rachel Kousser, Professor of Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology at Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center, The City University of New York. The lecture will take place on Friday April 10 at 5:30pm in Clark Hall Room 309.

“Eteocles in the Hermeneutic Circle” A lecture by Professor Timothy Wutrich

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A lecture titled “Eteocles in the Hermeneutic Circle” will be given by Professor Timothy Wutrich as part of the Faculty Work-in-Progress Series on March 16, 2015 at 4:30 pm in Clark Hall 206.

Dr. Peter E. Knox Named Eric and Jane Nord Family Professor

The Nord family’s enduring philanthropic support of Case Western Reserve University is evident in every corner of campus, from striking learning and research spaces to innovative programs that inspire faculty, students and the broader community.
Now, nearly two decades after the family first made a transformational gift to the humanities at Case Western Reserve, Jane Nord (GRS ’76), and the Eric and Jane Nord Family Fund have endowed a professorship in the discipline that also makes permanent the role of a designated champion for the humanities across the university. […Read more]

2014 City Dionysia Winners Announced

The 2014 City Dionysia welcomed students from Shaker Heights and St. Edwards’ High Schools as well as CWRU students in the Atlantis club to put on productions of Euripides’ Medea. The winners of the competition are:
1st place-Shaker Heights
2nd place-St. Edwards
3rd place-Atlantis
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