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Joe MacDonald's paper accepted for 'The Making of the Humanities VI' conference

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lassics PhD Student, Joe MacDonald, has recently had his paper accepted by the Society for the History of Humanities for 'The Making of the Humanities VI' conference at the University of Oxford in September.

The Department of Classics Welcomes Assistant Professor Nicola Aravecchia

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The Department of Classics, along with the Department of Art History & Archaeology, are happy to welcome Nicola Aravecchia to our faculty teams! Professor Aravecchia holds a Ph.D. in Art History and an M.A. in Ancient and Medieval Art & Archaeology, both from the University of Minnesota, and a B.A. in Classical Studies from the University of Bologna.

Tim Moore speaks on Ancient Theatrical Music at Harvard

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Tim Moore delivered a paper entitled, "Meter, Music, and Memory in Roman Theater" at a workshop on Music and Memory in the Ancient Mediterranean World sponsored by the Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University.

Congratulations, Classics and Ancient Studies Graduates!

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The Department of Classics salutes its graduates of December 2016 and May/August 2017

Article by Zoe Stamatopoulou appears in Mnemosyne

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Zoe Stamatopoulou's article, "Wounding the Gods: The Mortal Theomachos in the Iliad and the Hesiodic Aspis," has appeared in the journal Mnemosyne.

Classics Faculty and Graduate Students Host Students of Great Circle School for Discussion of Notable Greeks

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On May 11th, Tim Moore of the Classics faculty and Classics graduate students Constantine Karathanasis and Jennifer Wiebe discussed “18 Famous Greeks" with faculty and students from Great Circle School, as part of the students' visit to the Washington University Campus, hosted by Washington University’s Institute for School Partnership.  

Classics and Religious Studies Seek 1-year lecturer

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Washington University in St. Louis invites applications for a one-year lecturer in Classics and Religious Studies for the 2017-2018 academic year.  Successful candidates must have a PhD in hand by July 1, 2017 and must be prepared to teach courses in Greek (Classical and Koine) at all undergraduate levels, including Intermediate Greek (Plato)

WashU Classics Student Russell Clark wins Outstanding Classics Student Award

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Classics junior Russell Clark has been awarded the “Outstanding Classics Student Award” by the Classical Association of the Middle West and the Washington University Department of Classics.

Three Classics undergraduates receive awards for excellence in Latin translation

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Classics students Ethan Farber, Max Handler, and Daniel Politte received Certificates of Commendation in the Advanced Latin Translation Exam held by The Classical Association of the Middle West and South. All three students fell within the top-scoring 15% of 189 students who took the exam this year. 

Department of Classics Welcomes New Graduate Students

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The Washington University Department of Classics will welcome four new students to its graduate programs this August

Zoe Stamatopoulou Receives Teaching Innovation Grant

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Zoe Stamatopoulou, Associate Professor of Classics, has received a Teaching Innovation Grant from the Washington University College of Arts and Sciences.  Using the grant, Professor Stamatopoulou will work along with Classics graduate students Tyler Kirby and Jennifer Wiebe to create an app with which students in her Beginning Greek course can study Greek grammar and vocabulary.

Grex Ludouicopolitanus final meeting prevails through stormy weather

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On Saturday 29 April, the Grex Ludouicopolitanus held their final meeting of academic year 2016-17. Although rain forced a changed of plans, they had a wonderful time reading Erasmus in a cozy coffee shop.

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