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  • Department of Classics
    Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads Home Stanford Classics Celebrates 125 Years As Stanford begins its 125th year so does our department The Annual Register of 1891 states The following departments have been established Greek Latin of the twenty five original departments The register further notes that t he entering class of 1891 included ten Greek majors eighteen Latin majors a nd six Latin graduate students Core faculty members consisted of two professors of Latin one instructor of Greek and an acting instructor To explore Stanford s history in light of our 125th anniversary visit Stanford 125 Recent News Nov 23 2015 Prof Alessandro Barchiesi to join the faculty at NYU Nov 17 2015 Marzamemi church wreck makes headlines with upcoming Ashmolean exhibit Nov 6 2015 Stanford Classics welcomed Ludi Octobres See More News Upcoming Events Dec 04 Classics Department Holiday Party Building 110 Rm 112 3 00pm Dec 09 Latin Evensong Memorial Church Side Chapel 5 15pm Jan 06 147th Annual Meeting of SCS AIA San Francisco All day See More Events Recent Publications Stanford Classics Newsletter 2015 Nov 2015 Aristóteles Sobre la república libro I según la traducción latina y escolios de Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda Santiago Melo Arias Oct 2015 The Buried Tradition of Programmatic Titulature among Republican Historians Christopher B Krebs Sep 2015 See More Publications Points of View Why Classics Local and international perspectives on Classics Lorenz Eitner Lectures on Classics Art and Culture With these annual lectures on Classical Art and Culture we honor the memory of a renowned scholar teacher and writer November 6 2015 Tony Freeth University College London February 18 2016 Edith Hall King s College London Stanford Classics Early Career Visiting Fellows In 2013 the department established this program to support outstanding

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  • Academics Overview | Department of Classics
    Classics Academics Overview Students meet for their course section outdoors on a nice day Stanford Classics is at the forefront of the study of the ancient Mediterranean world its languages history and cultures One of the largest and most diverse Classics programs in the country we are an intellectually vibrant community of 21 full time faculty more than 30 graduate students and over 50 undergraduate majors and minors Undergraduate Programs As a Stanford undergraduate how can you attend this great university and not at some point study the ancient world Disciplines from philosophy literary criticism musicology and history to linguistics political theory and rhetoric arose in ancient Greece and were further developed in the Roman period The sciences trace their origins largely to Greek precedents in physics mechanics mathematics and biology The very idea of a university and organized research into the human condition are rooted in Greco Roman culture Every student who enters Stanford deserves and needs to become familiar with this tradition Learn more about the undergraduate program Graduate Programs Our graduate students join a world class scholarly community with wide ranging interests that is committed to the innovative and theoretically informed exploration of the ancient Mediterranean world

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  • Undergraduate Program | Department of Classics
    Honors Coterminal Masters How to Declare Travel and Research Grants Forms and Resources Graduate Programs Courses Why Classics Undergraduate Program Aly Bossert BA 2010 helps out at an information reception for prospective freshmen Stanford Classics students benefit from a wide array of opportunities available through the department In addition to an abundance of major and minor tracks students may also choose to engage in an honors thesis project or work towards a coterminal Masters degree or take advantage of department support to study abroad in the Mediterranean region Major The department offers five tracks to the ancient world Classical Studies Ancient History Greek Latin and Greek Latin We have also recently added a joint major in Computer Science Classics Learn more about THE undergraduate major Minor There are four tracks in the Classics minor Classical Studies Ancient History Classical Languages and Philosophy Literature Learn more about an undergraduate minor Honors Writing a senior thesis confers University Honors and presents an opportunity to delve in depth on a topic of interest with close advisement and encouragement from a Classics faculty member Learn more about honors Coterminal Masters Stanford students in any undergraduate major who are interested in graduate work in Classics

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  • Graduate Programs | Department of Classics
    Ancient Historiography ORBIS Stanford Classics in Theater SCIT POLIS Mapping the Grand Tour Aisthesis the Undergraduate Journal Binchester archaeological excavation Forma Urbis Romae Monte Polizzo archaeological excavation News Recent News Awards Job Placement Events Upcoming Events Eitner Lectures Orality Workshops Past Events Contact Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads Academics Overview Undergraduate Program Graduate Programs Doctoral Program Masters Program Fields of Study Graduate Admissions Forms and Resources Courses Why Classics Graduate Programs Classics graduate student Mark Pyzyk and Professor of Classics and Political Science Josh Ober Doctoral Program The department offers all admitted students a comprehensive funding package covering tuition stipend research support and teaching Our goal is to support students as fully as possible in their development as both scholars and teachers Generous summer and conference travel funds are also available The program has an excellent placement record Learn more about the doctoral prograM Masters Program The department offers a one year terminal M A degree program and a co terminal M A degree to current Stanford undergraduates The requirements for both communities are identical Unfortunately the department has no available funding for M A scholars Learn more about the masters

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  • Courses | Department of Classics
    things to many people Around the globe it is and has been for two millennia a source of culture law and faith It has 2015 2016 Winter Tuesday Thursday 1 30pm 2 50pm 160 326 GER DB Hum WAY A II CLASSICS 51 Introduction to Greek Archaeology ARCHLGY 51 An introduction to the archaeology of ancient Greece from the first city states through the cultural achievements of classical Athens to the Michael Shanks 2015 2016 Autumn Monday Wednesday Friday 8 30am 9 20am 110 114 CLASSICS 52 Introduction to Roman Archaeology ARCHLGY 81 Formerly CLASSART 81 This course will introduce you to the material culture of the ancient Roman world from spectacular imperial monuments in 2015 2016 Winter Tuesday Thursday 9 00am 10 20am 320 106 GER DB Hum CLASSICS 56 Introduction to the Visual Arts Prehistoric through Medieval ARTHIST 1A A survey of the art and architecture from the cave paintings of Lascaux to the Gothic Cathedrals of France the material is organized both 2015 2016 Winter Monday Wednesday Friday 10 30am 11 20am McMurtry Building rm 350 GER DB Hum GER EC GlobalCom WAY A II WAY ED CLASSICS 76 Global History The Ancient World HISTORY 1A World history from the origins of humanity to the Black Death Focuses on the evolution of complex societies wealth violence and hierarchy 2015 2016 Autumn Thursday 7 30pm 8 50pm 200 013 GER DB Hum GER EC GlobalCom WAY ED WAY SI CLASSICS 76 Global History The Ancient World HISTORY 1A World history from the origins of humanity to the Black Death Focuses on the evolution of complex societies wealth violence and hierarchy Ian Morris 2015 2016 Autumn Wednesday 6 30pm 7 20pm 200 015 GER DB Hum GER EC GlobalCom WAY ED WAY SI CLASSICS 82 The Egyptians AFRICAAM 30 HISTORY 48 HISTORY 148 Overview of ancient Egyptian pasts from predynastic times to Greco Roman rule roughly 3000 BCE to 30 BCE Attention to archaeological sites and Anne Austin 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 9 30am 10 20am 200 034 GER DB Hum GER EC GlobalCom WAY A II WAY SI CLASSICS 83 The Greeks HISTORY 101 Formerly CLASSHIS 101 250 years ago for almost the first time in history a few societies rejected kings who claimed to know what the gods 2015 2016 Winter Friday 11 30am 12 20pm 260 004 GER DB Hum GER EC GlobalCom WAY SI CLASSICS 87 Egyptomania The Allure of Ancient Egypt Over the Past 3 500 Years AFRICAAM 87 HISTORY 244 Why does Egypt fascinate us From Napoleon s invasion to Katy Perry s latest music video we have interpreted ancient Egyptian history and mythology 2015 2016 Winter Tuesday 1 30pm 4 20pm Thornt207 WAY A II WAY SI CLASSICS 101G Advanced Greek Plato on Poetry Formerly CLASSGRK 111 Plato s discussions on poetry s inspiration performance and its relationship to philosophy had an immense influence on Jacqueline Arthur Montagne 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 1 30pm 2 50pm 110 114 Language CLASSICS

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  • Why Classics? | Department of Classics
    Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads Academics Overview Undergraduate Program Graduate Programs Courses Why Classics Why Classics Why Study Classics Explore Recent Stanford PhD graduate Dan El Padilla Peralta explores the question why should you study Classics in an essay that riffs on subjects ranging from the contemporary relevance of Greco Roman culture to Jay Z and the Wu Tang Clan Read more Grow Richard Saller Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences describes the unlikely path he took toward the Classics Students should explore a wide range of courses to develop multiple ways of thinking and to find their personal passion which may turn up in unexpected places Read More Lloyd Minor Dean of the School of Medicine discusses the value of a humanities education for aspiring professionals We as physicians heal best when we listen to and communicate with our patients and seek to understand the challenges they face in their lives The perspectives on illness emotions and the human condition we gain from literature religion and philosophy provide us with important contexts for fulfilling these roles and responsibilities Read More Think Mary Beard Classicist author and Cambridge professor explores the future of Classics in a n article in the New York Review of Books I want to try to get a new angle to go beyond the usual gloomy cliches and to take a fresh look at what we think we mean by the classics READ MORE Create Stanford Undergraduate Liam Kinney tackles the question why Classics in this Buzzfeed style article Read how Classics can help you score higher on the GRE get into professional grad programs network with a vibrant community and unlock your creative passions 12 Reasons to Study Classics in the 21st Century Liam

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  • Core Faculty | Department of Classics
    Monte Polizzo archaeological excavation News Recent News Awards Job Placement Events Upcoming Events Eitner Lectures Orality Workshops Past Events Contact Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads People Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff Core Faculty Alessandro Barchiesi Giovanna Ceserani Andrew Devine Maud Gleason John Klopacz Christopher B Krebs Justin Leidwanger Richard P Martin Jody Maxmin Marsh McCall Ian

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  • Affiliated Faculty/Scholars | Department of Classics
    Lectures Orality Workshops Past Events Contact Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads People Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff Stanford Classics Early Career Fellows In 2013 we started the Stanford Classics Early Career Fellows program by appointing Prof Jackie Elliott Dr Michael Squire will join us in January 2016 as our third fellow Early Career Fellows Affiliated Faculty

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