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May 24 2018
"Nevertheless They Persisted," the 20th annual summer festival of Stanford Repertory Theater, is coming soon! The festival features an innovative production of two plays of Euripides, Hecuba/Helen, joined together for the first time. Starring Courtney Walsh in the title roles, Hecuba/Helen includes...
May 22 2018
The Department of Classics is pleased to learn that our graduate student Leonardo Cazzadori will present his research at the conference "Technepopoiia: between Greek technical poetry and treatises in verse," organized by Radboud University Nijmegen. Leo will give his talk titled "Knowledge and...
May 10 2018
The Department of Classics is proud to announce that Emma Grover, one of our undergraduate students, will present her paper titled “Food Cosmologies: The Development of the Systematic Cookbook in Late Medieval Europe” at the 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, MI. The...
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Apr 25 2018 | Stanford News
GRANT PARKER, associate professor of classics, will collaborate with Paul Tichmann, the director of digitization at the Iziko Museums of South Africa, and DILLON GISCH, a Stanford graduate student in classics, on the creation of a digital database – Mapping Cape Slavery – describing labor in the...
Apr 12 2018
Susan Stephens, the Sara Hart Kimball Professor in the Humanities, just received the 2018 Dean's Award for Achievements in Teaching from the School of Humanities and Sciences. She was awarded for many years of innovative teaching and mentoring, including launching a MOOC on the history of sports at...

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