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2 years ago
There are two presentations at this week's UA Classics Graduate Student Colloquium (4/17): Jesse Muñoz, "The Roots and Development of the Greek Bucolic Genre" David Pickel, “The Etruscans at Lattara: An Unambiguous Identification” The colloquium...
2 years ago
Everyone is invited to join the Department of Classics for a 30-minute performance of Joe Goodkin’s Odyssey: A Folk Opera. Community members of all ages are welcome! The event will be April 15 at 5:00 p.m. in the UA Learning Services Building...
2 years ago
There are two graduate colloqiua this Friday (4/10): Stephanie Hutchings, "Greedy Gentlemen: An Expansion of (Stereo-) Typical Views in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses” Lucca Green, "Λευκοῦ Χλωροῦ ἱστορίης ἀπόδεξις ἥδε· Towards an Understanding of...
2 years ago
The 2015 Lectio Vergiliana, a reading of Book 2 of Vergil's Aenied ("The Fall of Troy") will take place on Wednesday, April 8, 9-2 pm, in Special Collections at the UA Main Library.  Catered Refreshments Will Be Served Flyer    
2 years ago
Dr. Yannis Galanakis of the University of Cambridge will present an AIA Kress National Lecture titled "The Diplomat, the Dealer and the Digger: Writing the History of the Antiquities Trade in 19th century Greece" on April 2 at 5:30 p.m. in Haury...
2 years ago
Professor Michael Galaty of Mississippi State University will present a lecture titled “Collective Memory, State Formation, and Nation Building: Examples from Egypt, Greece, and Albania” on April 2 at 2:00 pm in Music 146 (as part of the School of...
2 years ago
The 111th Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South will be held March 25-28 in Boulder, CO. More information can be found here.    
2 years ago
Matthew Harder will present “Herculean Cult and its Topographical Dominance in the Forum Boarium” and Michael Koletsos “Do We Need a Bigger Boat? A Possible Depiction of a Carcharodon Carcharias on the Pithekoussai Shipwreck Krater”. The colloquia...
2 years ago
The Spring 2015 Graduate Student Colloquium commences Friday, March 6, at 12:15 p.m. in LSB 246. Melanie Zelikovsky will present "“Aliens Among Us: Bronze Age Greek Ties with Egyptian Archery”. Refreshments will be served.  Flyer        
2 years ago
Dr. Joey Williams, who received his M.A. in Classics at the UA (2007) and currently teaches at Basis Schools (Tucson North), will present an AIA sponsored lecture titled "Roman Watchtowers, Surveillance Systems, and Espionage!" on Wednesday, March 4...

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