Kevin Dicus, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics, talks to the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities about his current excavations in Pompeii and the artifacts that have been found there. The video can be viewed here.
Classics major, Humzah Quereshy ’17, went to Turkey with Professor Paul Iversen to conduct an archaeological and epigraphical survey. For more information and to see some pictures of their trip click the link.
The Department of Classics and the Baker Nord Center for the Humanities are please to announce the winners of the Latin Recitation and Art Contests during Vergil Week 2014. Thank you to all who participated in the events throughout the week and shared your talents during the contests. The list of winners can be viewed [...read more]
The Classics Department is proud to announce the 2014 winners of the Abraham Fuller Prizes, The Emma Maud Perkins Prize, and the Greek/Latin Love Poetry Contest. Abraham Fuller Prize for achievement in Greek and Latin translation: Humzah Quereshy – Intermediate Greek 1st Place Dennis Lindblad – Intermediate Greek 2nd Place Humzah Quereshy – Intermediate Latin [...read more]