Recent News

Every winter, the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) and the Society for Classical Studies (SCS), formerly known as the American Philological Association, holds its joint annual meeting that invites scholars from across the United States to…
Please join the Department of Classics in congratulating Jenny Vo-Phamhi (B.A. Candidate in Classics and B.S. Candidate in Computer Science) on being selected for the Hume Humanities Honors Fellowship this year! She was nominated by her honors…
Professor Christopher Krebs has been recently awarded the AJP Best Article Prize for 2018 by The American Journal of Philology for his article “The World’s Measure: Caesar’s Geographies of Gallia and Britannia in Their Contexts and as Evidence of…
Three students in the Classics Department recently presented at the annual Symposium of Undergraduate Research and Public Service (SURPS): Jenny Vo-Phamhi ‘20, Emma Grover ‘20, and Sophia Collelo ‘21. Jenny presented on the commonality between the…
Over 25 high school students across California (and Arizona!) came to Stanford to participate in the inaugural Stanford Certamen Invitational, essentially a Classics-themed quiz-bowl tournament. Students played in two divisions, Intermediate and…