News & Events

Classics News


Greeks and Romans for Fall 2014 is now available in PDF format.


The 2013-2014 edition of Vox Classica, our departmental newsletter, is now available in PDF.


For the 2012-2013 edition, click here


The department is now on Facebook! Check it out for event announcements, photos, and more.


New pages recently added to our website: Friends of Classics, a listing of events for the Friends of Classics, and Faculty Bookshelf, a selection of recent publications by our faculty.



Fall Term 2014


  • September 16 (Tues.) Richard J. A. Talbert, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. "The World in Roman Sundials: Space, Time, Identity." 5:30 PM, Campbell Hall 153. (AIA Lecture)
  • September 24 (Wed.) Chris Celenza, Johns Hopkins University. "Machiavelli Today: Why He Matters Now." 6:00 PM, Minor Hall. (Co-sponsored by Classics)
  • September 25 (Thurs.) Carin Green, University of Iowa. "Saving the Appearances: Varro and Republican Roman Religion." 5:00 PM, Cocke Hall, Gibson Room. (Classics Alumni Lectures)
  • October 9 (Thurs.) Marcello Carastro, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris. "Shining Bonds. Agalmata in Archaic Greece." 5:00 PM, Cocke Hall, Gibson Room. (History and Classics)
  • October 21 (Tues.) Emily Albu, UC Davis/UVA Classics. "The Medieval Peutinger Map." 5:00 PM, Rouss Hall 403. (Medieval Studies Lecture)
  • October 23 (Thurs.) Marcello Carastro, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris. "Writing War: The Case of Thucydides." 5:00 PM, Cocke Hall, Gibson Room. (History and Classics)
  • October 30 (Thurs.) Marcello Carastro, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris. "Spoken and Written Words. Comparative Thoughtes on Greek Divination." 5:00 PM, Cocke Hall, Gibson Room. (History and Classics)
  • November 13 (Thurs.) Kathleen Kennedy, Penn State Brandywine. "Old Media Studies: New Media in Old Skins." Place and Time TBA. (Medieval Studies and Scholar's Lab)
  • November 20 (Thurs.) Paul Barolsky, UVA Dept. of Art. "Selections from an Imaginary Museum of Ovidian Art." 5:30 PM, Rouss Hall 403. (Friends of Classics)


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