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4 years ago
Dr. Cynthia White has won the AMERICAN PHILOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION’S 2013 PEDAGOGY AWARD. As a result of its recent capital campaign, Gatekeeper to Gateway: The Campaign for Classics in the Twenty-first Century, the American Philological Association...
4 years ago
The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) has named Dr. Cynthia White as a Summer 2013 Faculty Director of its Prato (Italy) Study Abroad Program. White’s course The Grand Tour: Rome and Its Reception Through the Ages was...
4 years ago
 Dr. Eleni Hasaki delivered the 2013 C. Densmore Curtis  Distinguished  Lecture at Bryn Mawr College on April 12. Her lecture was entitled "From  Mistakes to Masterpieces: Craft Apprenticeship in Classical Antiquity,"  and she led a graduate...
4 years ago
Historian Victor Duray   The Department of Classics is grateful to Harry and Marti Vardakis for their donation of a seven volume set of History of Greece by Victor Duray with an introduction by J.P. Mahaffy, published in Boston in 1890. This is a...
4 years ago
 Elizabeth Weldon (B.A. Classics and Anthropology) has received a prestigious Remarkable Women Award in Orange County, CA. Weldon's law firm, Snell & Wilmer, announced that  partner Elizabeth Weldon has been recognized as a National Association...
4 years ago
The Department of Classics is pleased to welcome two new faculty members this year, Dr. Mark Thatcher and Dr. Philip Waddell, both of whom are serving as Visiting Assistant Professors during the 2012-13 academic year. This semester, Dr. Waddell is...
4 years ago
Owing to the generosity of an anonymous donor, book prizes have been provided for M.A. Greek and Latin translation competitions:  Erskine Caldwell Latin Translation Competition – Tuesday, April 21, 6:30-7:30 pm in LSB 246 Erskine Caldwell Greek...
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Several Classics faculty members will participate in the Hellenic Cultural Foundation’s lecture series at this year’s Tucson's Greek Festival (September 20-23). The full schedule of lectures can be found here.    
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June 2012 saw a dozen UA students participate in the inaugural year of Arizona in the Aegean. The four-week program introduces students to the culturally rich Greek islands of Paros, Naxos, Santorini, and Delos, where they learn about ancient and...
4 years ago
David Wright recites from Horace's Carmen Saeculare The Department of Classics 2012 Student Awards Ceremony was held on Wednesday, May 3, in the Learning Services Building courtyard. Between awards, students from Dr. Cynthia’s White’s Catullus...

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