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Clio and her Elder Sisters at Christ Church, Oxford

September 29, 2023

Emily Baragwanath gave a paper entitled ‘Clio’s challenge to Melpomene: Female Agency and Family (Dys)function in Herodotus’ at Clio and her Elder Sisters, a symposium in honour of Richard Rutherford, organized by Anna Clark and Bruno Currie. The colloquium took … Read more

Classics @ Carolina Event – 19 September 2023

September 8, 2023

Come meet students and faculty from the UNC Classics Department and learn more about our majors and minors, student groups, courses and awards, research and travel opportunities, and careers after Classics. All are welcome, and there is no need to … Read more

Xenophon’s Women at Home

March 20, 2023

Professor Emily Baragwanath will be speaking about ‘Xenophon’s Women at Home’ at Wake Forest University, Department of Classics, on Monday, March 20, 3.30-5pm, Tribble A303. The talk arises from a couple of chapters of her nearly-completed monograph, which investigates the … Read more

Rhetoric & Historiography: New Perspectives

March 20, 2023

Prof. Emily Baragwanath is co-organizer together with Luca Grillo (University of Notre Dame), Andrew Feldherr (Princeton University), and Christopher Krebs (Stanford University) of the upcoming international conference on ‘Rhetoric & Historiography: New Perspectives’, May 19-20, University of Notre Dame, Rome … Read more

Katie Tardio featured in the Carolina Graduate School Magazine

March 20, 2023

The Department of Classics is proud to announce Katie Tardio’s recent publication in the Carolina Graduate School Magazine. Please consider supporting the article, titled Ancient food economies and centuries-old connections, by reading it on the Carolina Graduate School Magazine’s website. … Read more