Professor of Classics Sharon L. James has edited and published a volume of essays on the Roman elegiac poet Propertius. Golden Cynthia: Essays on Propertius, from the University of Michigan Press, includes two substantial posthumous essays by the late Barbara … Read more
Author Archives: Elissa Phillips
Jen Gates-Foster’s fieldwork and public programming project at Old Fort is featured in an article in this month’s Carolina Arts and Sciences. The work is a component of the Catawba Vale Cooperative , a collaboration of the Department of Classics, … Read more
During the 2021-22 academic year, Cole Warlick, a PhD student in Classical Archaeology at UNC, was the Ackland Art Museum Digital Content Fellow. Cole’s fellowship was part of the university’s Humanities for the Public Good Program, which aimed to offer … Read more
UNC Department of Classics: Herington Poetry Reading Tuesday, November 1st, 2022, 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. Murphey 104 Information and Requirements are as follows: Prizes of $250 will be awarded to the winners, one in Greek and one in Latin. All … Read more
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Join Amanda C. Ball next Monday, 9/12, to learn about her recent work! Ball, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Classics, spent the summer surveying on the Greek island of Samothrace. She will be presenting a preliminary report of … Read more
In Fall 2022, Professor Hérica Valladares will be the Esther Van Deman Scholar in Residence at the American Academy in Rome. Each year the American Academy in Rome, one of the oldest US overseas centers for independent work in the … Read more