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Congratulations, Dr. Anne Duray!

Congratulations to Dr. Anne Duray for her successful dissertation defense on March 6! Anne is a student on the Classical Archaeology track in the Classics Department's Ph.D. program. Advised by Michael Shanks (primary advisor, pictured here) and by Ian Hodder, Ian Morris, Giovanna Ceserani, and Donald Haggis (committee members), Anne's dissertation is entitled: "The Idea of Greek (Pre)history: Archaeological Knowledge Production and the Making of 'Early Greece,' c. 1950-1980."  Congratulations again on a job well done.

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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:

April 2020 - CANCELLED and being rescheduled for 2021
Phiroze Vasunia

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 joined us for the 18-19 academic year.

Alumni and Friends of Classics