College of Charleston Department of Classics

The place to be for the study of the ancient Mediterranean and Greco-Roman world!

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Joint statement from the Society for Classical Studies and the Archaeological Institute of America on the educational value of studying archaeology and classics.

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Blog: Addressing the Divide Between Archaeology and Classics

Interesting read from the SCS Blog on Classics and Archaeology.
https://classicalstudies.org/node/31770

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Gerrish publishes book on Sallust

Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Gerrish on the publication of her book, Sallust's Histories and Triumviral Historiography: Confronting the End of History. Read more about her new book here:
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2019/06/03/gerrish-publishes-book-on-sallust/

blogs.cofc.edu Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Gerrish on the publication of her book, Sallust’s Histories and Triumviral Historiography: Confronting the End of History. Read more about her new book here:

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Blog: Classics and Pop Music: Classical Allusions and Literary Techniques in the Music of Jay-Z

On this week's SCS Blog, Dr. Flores discusses classical allusions in the music of Jay-Z.

classicalstudies.org At a 2010 forum at the New York Public Library featuring Harvard professor Cornel West and Jay-Z (Shawn Carter), Prof. West recalled one of his seminars at Princeton, which had featured a panel of Jay-Z, Toni Morrison, and Phylicia Rashad. West recalled discussing how Plato “made the world safe fo...

Congratulations to Allie Davis and Carolyn Dorey, AB Classics majors who also received honors in Archaeology. The Dept. also congratulates Hannah James, who was awarded the Golden Marshalltown Award by the Archaeology Program for all around awesomeness.

‪Congratulations to all of our majors, minors, and AB students who graduated this weekend!‬

Congratulations to the seniors who received Classics and Archaeology awards at this year’s LCWA annual awards ceremony!

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Christos anesti! In honor of #OrthodoxEaster, here's a Byzantine seal depicting the resurrection, made for the patriarch of the church of the Holy Resurrection. http://ow.ly/AxGI50sR9P7

Seal, Amalric patriarch of #Jerusalem, 1158–1180, BZS 1970.21

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Blog: Classics Everywhere: Meeting The Community Where They Are

classicalstudies.org The new Classics Everywhere initiative, recently launched by the SCS, supports projects that seek to introduce and engage communities all over the US with the worlds of Greek and Roman antiquity in new and meaningful ways. During the first round of applications, the SCS funded 13 projects, ranging f...

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Rome unearths ancient Roman kiln in Trastevere

wantedinrome.com Rome archaeologists have presented the well-preserved remains of a ancient Roman workshop with a large-scale furnace, or kiln, used in the commercial production of ceramics and tableware, discovered by chance in the grounds of the Corsini palace in Rome's Trastevere district.

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Nile shipwreck discovery proves Herodotus right – after 2,469 years

Cool! And not just for corroborating Herodotus.

theguardian.com Greek historian’s description of ‘baris’ vessel vindicated by archaeologists at sunken city of Thonis-Heraclion

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Classical Charleston 2019 - Diversifying Classics - YouTube

The Classical Charleston 2019 - Diversifying Classics lectures are now on YouTube.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzUu_GXZZ3JLxvoV6OYSBCvAqPy3eZLb9

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Reminder: Diversifying Classics, the 2019 Classical Charleston lecture series, is this Thursday-Friday, February 28-March 1!

Registration for virtual interaction via Zoom ends Wednesday (2/27) at 5:00pm.

See classics.cofc.edu for more information!

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Help Classics Fund make a difference

Final day of the Give to What You Love Campaign!

Especially noteworthy on our list of goals is cultivating contributions that can be directed towards classics at the K-12 level via programming and teacher support initiatives.

Allen Jackson, a generous friend of the department, has decided to issue us a challenge and will match the first $1,000 donated to the Classics Fund before February 14!
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give-to-what-you-love.everydayhero.com The Classics Fund supports the work of the Department in fostering connections between the institution and K-12 programs within the state of South Carolina, and co-curricular activities that enhance the student experience at the institution.

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Blog: Addressing the Divide Between Ancient Near Eastern Studies and Classics

Check out the recent post on the SCS blog featuring CofC alumna Dr. Rachel Hart!

https://classicalstudies.org/node/31604

classicalstudies.org 'Addressing the Divide' is a new column that looks at the ways in which the modern field of Classics was constructed and then explores ways to identify, modify, or simply abolish the lines between fields in order to embrace broader ideas of what Classics was, is, and could be. This month, Prof. Cath...

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Hidden figures: the importance of remembering black classicists

theguardian.com A new exhibition celebrates the role of African Americans in the study of classics, important figures who often been ignored by many historians

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Avkat Archaeological Project Published

The volume on the Avkat Archaeological Project is now out: Haldon, J., Elton, H., and J. Newhard (eds.), Archaeology and Urban Settlement in Late Roman And Byzantine Anatolia. Euchaïta-Avkat-Beyözü and its Environment (Cambridge). Congrats to Dr. Newhard and the entire Avkat team!
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2019/02/04/avkat-archaeological-project-published/

blogs.cofc.edu The volume on the Avkat Archaeological Project is now out: Haldon, J., Elton, H., and J. Newhard (eds.), Archaeology and Urban Settlement in Late Roman And Byzantine Anatolia. Euchaïta-Avkat-Beyözü…

On February 28 and March 1, the eighth annual colloquium of the Theodore B. Guérard Lecture Series will address the subject of diversity in Classics, both in terms of the ways in which we explore the multicultural, multi-ethnic ancient Mediterranean and in terms of the structural elements that historically have constrained these approaches, as well as wider discussion on how to move the discipline (and the perception of the discipline) forward into a redefinition of Classics for the 21st century.

The event will be live streamed for those who cannot make it to Charleston. Check out the Department’s website for further information (http://classics.cofc.edu/classical-chs/2019-diversifying-classics.php)

Supporting Classics means a lot of things - advocating for the discipline and the humanities writ large; mentoring of current students; and for some, financially supporting programs.

The Department of Classics is participating in this year’s "Give To What You Love Campaign" from now until February 14. Especially noteworthy on our list of goals is cultivating contributions that can be directed towards our support of classics at the K-12 level via programming and teacher support initiatives.

We have great news to report - Allen Jackson, a generous friend of the department, has decided to issue us a challenge and will match the first $1,000 donated to the Classics Fund before February 14!

To donate, https://give-to-what-you-love.everydayhero.com/us/classics-fund
#givetowhatyoulove

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Noelle Zeiner-Carmichael publishes on Fronto

Congratulations to Dr. Zeiner-Carmichael - new research on Fronto: "Magister Domino: Intellectual and Pedagogical Power in Fronto's Correspondence" in Philip R. Bosman, ed. Intellectual and Empire in Greco-Roman Antiquity (Routledge) pp. 116-141.
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2019/01/22/noelle-zeiner-carmichael-publishes-on-fronto/

blogs.cofc.edu Congratulations to Dr. Zeiner-Carmichael – new research on Fronto: “Magister Domino: Intellectual and Pedagogical Power in Fronto’s Correspondence” in Philip R. Bosman, ed. …

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Classics Newsletter launches

The Department of Classics presents the inaugural issue of Nuntianda, its departmental newsletter.
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2019/01/17/classics-newsletter-launches/

blogs.cofc.edu The Department of Classics presents the inaugural issue of Nuntianda, its departmental newsletter.

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Andrew Alwine Publishes in TAPA

Check out Dr. Alwine's newest publication in the Transactions of the American Philological Association: Alwine, Andrew T."The Soul of Oligarchy: The Rule of the Few in Ancient Greece." TAPA, vol. 148 no. 2, 2018, pp. 235-267. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/apa.2018.0010
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2019/01/16/andrew-alwine-publishes-in-tapa/

blogs.cofc.edu Check out Dr. Alwine’s newest publication in the Transactions of the American Philological Association: Alwine, Andrew T.”The Soul of Oligarchy: The Rule of the Few in Ancient Greece.&#…

Congratulations to our newest alumni!
Jonathan Graham, AB Classics
Jordan DiGregorio, AB Classics, Religious Studies

And then there was the time when students from one of the advanced Latin classes all dressed as their favorite tree from the Eclogues for their final...

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“Teaching Ancient Slavery in the South” – a blogpost by Dr. Flores

The most recent blogpost on the Society for Classical Studies webpage features Dr. Flores' reflections on teaching ancient slavery in a space where the vestiges of more recent permutations are omnipresent. His course on ancient slavery will be taught this spring. Spaces still available, but going fast!
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/23/teaching-ancient-slavery-in-the-south-a-blogpost-by-dr-flores/

blogs.cofc.edu The most recent blogpost on the Society for Classical Studies webpage features Dr. Flores’ reflections on teaching ancient slavery in a space where the vestiges of more recent permutations ar…

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Palmore Presents Research

Dr. Aaron Palmore presented his paper on 'Narrative poetic economy in the Hylas and Herakles episodes of Apollonius, Propertius, and Valerius Flaccus' at the southern section conference of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS-SS).
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/19/palmore-presents-research/

blogs.cofc.edu Dr. Aaron Palmore presented his paper on ‘Narrative poetic economy in the Hylas and Herakles episodes of Apollonius, Propertius, and Valerius Flaccus’ at the southern section conference…

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Newhard Talks about GIS in Barcelona

Dr. Newhard traveled to Barcelona to speak at the annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists on the subject of “Closing the Loop on the Geospatial Turn.” Within the talk, Dr. Newhard remarked on the inconsistency of GIS training within archaeology, and offered suggestions for improvements.
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/17/newhard-talks-about-gis-in-barcelona/

blogs.cofc.edu Dr. Newhard traveled to Barcelona to speak at the annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists on the subject of “Closing the Loop on the Geospatial Turn.” Within the talk, Dr. New…

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Sterrett-Krause Presents on Recent Glass Research

Dr. Allison Sterrett-Krause recently traveled to the 2st International Association of the History of Glass Conference in Istanbul, where she presented on recent research entitled "Reconstructing life from the litter in Pompeii's Southwest Corner." The lecture focused upon differing uses of glass objects between the city elites and those of lower social standing.
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/15/sterrett-krause-presents-on-recent-glass-research/

blogs.cofc.edu Dr. Allison Sterrett-Krause recently traveled to the 2st International Association of the History of Glass Conference in Istanbul, where she presented on recent research entitled “Reconstruct…

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Newhard Publishes on Human, Environmental History

Congratulations to Dr. Newhard: published twice in Human Ecology - new research on the means by which to integrate archaeological survey and paleoenvironmental data to study resilience: Cassis, M., Doonan, O., Elton, H., and J. Newhard (2018). Evaluating archaeological evidence for demographics, abandonment, and recovery in Late Antique and Byzantine Anatolia. Human Ecology 46: 381-398. DOI: 10.1007/s10745-018-0003-1 Roberts, N., Cassis, M., Doonan, O., Eastwood, W., Elton, H., Haldon, J., Izdebski, A., and J. Newhard (2018). Not the End of the World? Post-Classical Decline and Recovery in Rural Anatolia. Human Ecology 46: 305-322. DOI: 10.1007/s10745-018-9973-2
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/13/newhard-publishes-on-human-environmental-history/

blogs.cofc.edu Congratulations to Dr. Newhard: published twice in Human Ecology – new research on the means by which to integrate archaeological survey and paleoenvironmental data to study resilience: Cassi…

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Gerrish Publishes on Julius Caesar

Congratulations to Dr. Gerrish: published in Classical World - new research on Julius Caesar: Gerrish, J. (2018). Heroic Resonances in Caesar, Bellum Gallicum 5. Classical World. 111.3: 351-370. doi: 10.1353/clw.2018.0022.
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/11/gerrish-publishes-on-julius-caesar/

blogs.cofc.edu Congratulations to Dr. Gerrish: published in Classical World – new research on Julius Caesar: Gerrish, J. (2018). Heroic Resonances in Caesar, Bellum Gallicum 5. Classical World. 111.3: 351-3…

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Classics Day at the College of Charleston

On November 10, over 125 high school classics students from across the state of South Carolina descended on the College of Charleston campus to enjoy a day of camaraderie at the SC Junior Classical League fall forum. Beyond the obligatory business meeting, students attended a variety of lectures/discussions by faculty from the College of Charleston, Furman University, and the University of South Carolina: [ 115 more words ]
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/10/classics-day-at-the-college-of-charleston/

blogs.cofc.edu On November 10, over 125 high school classics students from across the state of South Carolina descended on the College of Charleston campus to enjoy a day of camaraderie at the SC Junior Classical…

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Classics Day - College of Charleston

It's Classics Day! Registration begins at 9:00am in Alumni Hall, second floor of Randolph Hall.

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Flores Publishes on Kritias

Congratulations to Dr. Flores: published in Classical Philology - new research on Kritias: Flores, S.O. (2018). The Development of Critias in Plato's Dialogues. Classical Philology, 113: 162-188. doi: 10.1086/696715
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/09/flores-publishes-on-kritias/

blogs.cofc.edu Congratulations to Dr. Flores: published in Classical Philology – new research on Kritias: Flores, S.O. (2018). The Development of Critias in Plato’s Dialogues. Classical Philology, 113…

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Gerrish Publishes on Sallust

Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Gerrish: published this spring in Histos - new research on Sallust: Gerrish, J. (2018). The Blessed Isles and Counterfactual History in Sallust. Histos 12: 49-70.
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/07/gerrish-publishes-on-sallust/

blogs.cofc.edu Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Gerrish: published this spring in Histos – new research on Sallust: Gerrish, J. (2018). The Blessed Isles and Counterfactual History in Sallust. Histos 12: 49-…

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Job Announcement: Instructor of Classics

The Department of Classics at the College of Charleston invites applications for a permanent position at the rank of Instructor, beginning August 16, 2019. We are seeking a dynamic and dedicated teacher-scholar with a committed career track emphasizing language pedagogy who is willing to work closely with undergraduates and to promote the study of classics across the campus and the region (e.g., liaison with the South Carolina Junior Classical league and regional secondary programs). [ 431 more words ]
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/11/01/job-announcement-instructor-of-classics/

blogs.cofc.edu The Department of Classics at the College of Charleston invites applications for a permanent position at the rank of Instructor, beginning August 16, 2019. We are seeking a dynamic and dedicated te…

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Fascism is having a revival.

Get a classical perspective with author Nathan Crick tomorrow night during his FREE lecture, Hero, Master, Demagogue, Beast: The Classical Roots of Modern Fascism.

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How Latin Got Woke

thenation.com Latin has long been the domain of dead white men. Today, a new cadre of scholars is trying to take it back.

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Classics Day 2018

On Saturday, November 10, the Department of Classics will be proud to host 'Classics Day' in conjunction with the Fall Forum of the South Carolina Junior Classical League. Schedules and information available.
https://blogs.cofc.edu/classics/2018/09/28/classics-day-2018/

blogs.cofc.edu On Saturday, November 2, the Department of Classics will be proud to host ‘Classics Day’ in conjunction with the Fall Forum of the South Carolina Junior Classical League. Schedules and …

Pompeii - Parco Archeologico

New surprises in the Excavations of the Regio V. During these days a new house is coming to light, the Domus of Dolphins, a elegant and refined residence in front of the House of the Silver Wedding. Brightly colored frescoes have been found, including numerous details: a peacock, a parrot, a partridge and the dolphins that give the name to the house, which probably belonged to a notable of the city.

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