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Feb 20 2014
CNES Lecture- Christopher Krebs "Julius Caesar–but with a Twist: The Man of Letters" Julius Caesar, the man of letters, has long stood forgotten in the shadow of the general, politician, and historian. His Gallic War, reduced to a Latin textbook of drab military history, has yet to receive the...
Jan 15 2014
Each winter the American Philological Association holds a join meeting with the Archaeological Institute of America. The conference features the presentation of individual papers, as well as discussion sessions. This year's conference, taking place from January 2-5 in Chicago, IL, featured several...
Jan 1 2014
The department congratulates Darian Totten (Ph.D. 2011) for winning a 2014 Cotsen Grant through the Archaeological Institute of America.  Recipients receive $25,000 to support excavations and research. The grant for "first-time" project directors was awarded to Totten for the Salapia Exploration...
Dec 17 2013
Grant Parker is an associate professor of classics. A Capetonian by birth and schooling, he has served as faculty in residence for the Bing Overseas Studies Program’s Cape Town program. His research focuses on monuments and collective memory, and he has edited the volume, South Africa, Greece and...
Dec 13 2013
In a one-of-a-kind hands-on workshop, Stanford graduate students learn how to integrate digital tools into humanities classrooms in ways that will improve the undergraduate learning experience.

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