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Undergraduates complete Honors Theses

Congratulations to seniors Anna Widder and Carolyn Manion on completing their honors theses! Anna Widder's thesis was entitled "Roma Aeterna: Memory, Language, and Space in Rome." Her advisor was Professor Grant Parker, and her second reader was Professor Justin Leidwanger. Carolyn Manion's thesis "Gens Fortissima et Florentissima:Reading Isidore of Seville's Historia through the Twofold Lens of Bishop and Historian" was advised by Professor Richard Martin. Professor Christopher Krebs was the second reader. Congratulations Anna and Carolyn!

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Points of View: Why Classics?

The Lorenz Eitner Lectures on Classical Art and Culture

Made possible through the generosity of Peter and Lindsay Joost, the Eitner Lectures on Classical Art and Culture aim to publicize Classics and Classical scholarship to a wider public. The lecture series was established in honor of the late Lorenz Eitner, renowned scholar, teacher and writer. The date and lecturer of the next Eitner Lecture are:

November 2, 2018
Emily Greenwood (Yale University)

Stanford Classics Early Career Visiting Fellows

Dr. Ben Russell

In 2013 the department established this program to support outstanding early-career Classicists. Dr. Ben Russell will join us for the 18-19 academic year.

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