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  • Welcome to Department of Classical Studies | Department of Classical Studies
    special collections room Enjoying Classics Dramatic reading of Euripides Bacchae by the CLST Undergraduate advisory Board with Professors Wilson Teiresias and Ker Cadmus Quick Links Declare a Major or Minor Latin Placement Post Baccalaureate Program Penn in Athens Department Colloquium Penn Leiden Colloquia Calendar Penn Library Classical Studies Portal News 11 20 Why The Iliad still matters today Click here to read the article by PBS News Hour ART BEAT 11 10 Professor Tartaron receives AIA book award The Archaeological Institute of America awards its Wiseman Book Award to the best archaeological book of the year 11 06 Charles Williams receives ASCSA Aristeia Award Dr Williams is being recognized for his work on the excavation of the Greek city of Corinth 10 23 Joseph Farrell 2015 Bertrand Lecture at SFSU Professor Farrell will give the 11th lecture in this annual series on Wednesday Nov 18 Events 12 03 COLLOQUIUM Luca Graverini Università di Siena Sub domina meretrice Circe in the Latin West 4 30 PM 402 Cohen Hall 12 09 LECTURE Simon Goldhill University of Cambridge A Very Queer Family Indeed Penn Humanities Forum 5 00 PM Rainey Auditorium Penn Museum 3260 South St 1 21 COLLOQUIUM Anne Sophie Noel

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  • About the Department | Department of Classical Studies
    Department Welcome to the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania For over two centuries Penn has offered a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs representing all aspects of the broad field of Classical Studies from languages and literature to history archaeology and cultural studies The Department encourages interdisciplinary and comparative approaches to teaching and research and maintains productive ties with a variety of programs including Religious Studies English Comparative Literature Medieval Studies Philosophy Linguistics Italian Studies History of Art and the Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology A Recent Graduate Writes Back Please do make your students aware of the tremendous diversity of opportunities available to those with Classics degrees the beauty of Classical Studies is that it teaches one how to think which is one of the most important skills in any career path I feel that my college majors were tremendously helpful in terms of developing my own critical thinking and project management skills so despite being surrounded by business majors I m very happy that I chose to study what I did in school A double major in Classical Civilizations and Art History who went on to work in financial services From our survey

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  • People | Department of Classical Studies
    Burton X Rosenberg Professor Cynthia Damon Professor of Classical Studies Joseph Farrell Professor of Classical Studies Campbell Grey Associate Professor of Classical Studies James Ker Associate Professor of Classical Studies Jeremy McInerney Davidson Kennedy Professor Sheila Murnaghan Alfred Reginald Allen Memorial Professor of Greek Julie Nishimura Jensen Lecturer Stephanie Evette Palmer Assistant to the Chair of Classical Studies C Brian Rose James B Pritchard Professor of Archaeology Ralph M Rosen

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  • Undergraduate Program | Department of Classical Studies
    by reading discussion and writing sometimes by studying abroad and by digging in the ground Our goal is for you to become a versatile and constructive thinker and writer about how the deep past of ancient Greece and Rome has shaped and itself has been reshaped by the vital concerns of the present often in controversial ways Our students go forward from Penn ready to perceive interpret and respond to the present world as they find it while drawing on the significant knowledge and skills they have acquired through their critical engagement with the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome For help with selecting courses to discuss declaring a major or minor or to learn more about pursuing graduate studies in Classical Studies and related fields please email the undergraduate chair Ralph Rosen or come to his office hours A Recent Graduate Writes Back Please do make your students aware of the tremendous diversity of opportunities available to those with Classics degrees the beauty of Classical Studies is that it teaches one how to think which is one of the most important skills in any career path I feel that my college majors were tremendously helpful in terms of developing

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  • Graduate Programs | Department of Classical Studies
    in Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World AAMW Graduate Programs For over a century Penn has offered graduate study in Classical Studies including languages and literature history archaeology and cultural studies The Department encourages interdisciplinary and comparative approaches to teaching and research and maintains productive ties with a variety of programs including Religious Studies English Comparative Literature Medieval Studies Philosophy Linguistics Italian Studies History of Art and the Penn

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  • Courses | Department of Classical Studies
    Language Requirement GREK 204 Interemediate Greek Poetry LATN 204 Intermediate Latin Poetry GREK LATN 212 Intensive Intermediate Greek Latin summer Cross Cultural Analysis ANCH 026 Ancient Greece ANCH 027 Ancient Rome CLST 100 Greek and Roman Myth CLST 111 Intro to Mediterranean Archaeology CLST 123 Great Discoveries in Archaeology CLST 143 Authors and Audiences Sector I Society PHIL CLST 211 Ancient Moral Philosophy Sector II History and Tradition ANCH 026 Ancient Greece ANCH 027 Ancient Rome CLST 111 Intro to Mediterranean Archaeology Sector III Arts and Letters CLST 100 Greek and Roman Myth CLST 102 Classical Traditions CLST 107 Ancient Drama CLST 143 Authors and Audiences Sector IV Humanities and Social Sciences CLST 140 Scandalous Arts in Ancient and Modern Societies For course planning purposes see also the information on the undergraduate post baccalaureate and graduate CLST ANCH and AAMW programs Note on courses offered through LPS College of Liberal and Professional Studies Courses with section suffixes between 600 and 699 e g LATN 101 601 are open to College students but are offered through the College of Liberal and Professional Studies LPS and most of the seats in these courses are reserved for LPS students until the second day of the semester The Classical Studies Department cannot provide permits for LPS courses LPS manages these permits For details about a particular course offered by LPS please visit the LPS page for Course Registration and Permit Queries Helpful Links The Registrar s Website CLST Roster for current term ANCH Roster for current term A Recent Graduate Writes Back Please do make your students aware of the tremendous diversity of opportunities available to those with Classics degrees the beauty of Classical Studies is that it teaches one how to think which is one of the most important skills in any career

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  • News | Department of Classical Studies
    Joseph Farrell 2015 Bertrand Lecture at SFSU October 23 2015 Brian Rose to take part in panel on Cultural Patrimony and Collective Responsibility October 19 2015 Video Blog from Zincirli Turkey by AAMW graduate student Kate Morgan October 19 2015 Cynthia Damon to lecture on Suetonius at FSU colloquium in November October 19 2015 Josiah Davis Ph D 2007 winner of 2015 Glidersleeve Prize from AJP October 12 2015 Ralph Rosen on Greek Comedy and Popular Culture at Swarthmore October 7 2015 Ineke Sluiter Visiting Scholar in Classical Studies October 6 2015 1 2 3 next A Recent Graduate Writes Back Please do make your students aware of the tremendous diversity of opportunities available to those with Classics degrees the beauty of Classical Studies is that it teaches one how to think which is one of the most important skills in any career path I feel that my college majors were tremendously helpful in terms of developing my own critical thinking and project management skills so despite being surrounded by business majors I m very happy that I chose to study what I did in school A double major in Classical Civilizations and Art History who went on to work

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  • Events | Department of Classical Studies
    aux objets inanimés de forme hymnique dans la poésie lyrique et la tragédie January 21 2016 4 30pm 402 Cohen Hall COLLOQUIUM Roy Gibson Manchester To Como then I came on writing the modern biography of an ancient Roman January 28 2016 4 30pm 402 Cohen Hall COLLOQUIUM Graham Oliver Brown Topic TBD February 4 2016 4 30pm 402 Cohen Hall COLLOQUIUM Ann Steiner F M Topic TBD February 11 2016 4 30pm 402 Cohen Hall COLLOQUIUM Marilyn Evans Swathmore Topic TBD February 18 2016 4 30pm 402 Cohen Hall COLLOQUIUM Loren Samons Boston University Topic TBD February 25 2016 4 30pm 402 Cohen Hall COLLOQUIUM Nick Blackwell NC State University Topic TBD March 3 2016 4 30pm 402 Cohen Hall COLLOQUIUM Clare Rothschild Lewis University Topic TBD March 17 2016 4 30pm 402 Cohen Hall 1 2 next A Recent Graduate Writes Back Please do make your students aware of the tremendous diversity of opportunities available to those with Classics degrees the beauty of Classical Studies is that it teaches one how to think which is one of the most important skills in any career path I feel that my college majors were tremendously helpful in terms of developing

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