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  • Classics Welcomes Professor Glauthier

    This fall, Patrick Glauthier will be joining the Classics Department as a new Assistant Professor specializing in Latin literature. Prof. Glauthier has worked especially on the emergence and development of scientific theory in Rome.

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  • Greece FSP Spring 2017

    While students here are approaching finals Julie Hruby is leading a group of students on the Greece FSP (foreign studies program).

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  • Q&A with Classics and religion professor Timothy Baker '08

    Growing up in Buffalo, New York, classics and religion professor Timothy Baker ’08 was interested in folklore, fairy tales and religion, a fascination that led him to take Latin in middle school and study religion when he came to Dartmouth as an undergraduate in 2004.

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  • A Living Language: Latin 1 at Play and a Latin Podcast

    Suzanne Lye's course intentionally discards many traditional ways of teaching. She incorporates “game-based” learning, and her students engage in creative multi-media presentations and projects to learn Latin. This term, her Latin 1 class produced a podcast on Roman topics.

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  • Spotlight on Teaching with Museum Collections

    Dartmouth faculty & students from disciplines including art history, classics, religion, & history, made use of both the Yale loans and works from the Hood collection to reveal connections to wider cultural, religious, political, and social themes.

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  • Jeremy Rutter Receives Honorary Degree from Uppsala

    Uppsala and Dartmouth are members of the Matariki Network of Universities, a consortium of seven international institutions. The network, which Dartmouth joined in 2010, facilitates collaboration and the exchange of knowledge and resources among its members.

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Recent Publications

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  • Mycenaean Greece and the Aegean: Palace and Province in the Late Bronze Age

    Margaretha T. Kramer-Hajos

    Cambridge University Press 2016

  • “Anatomies of Joy: Seneca, Claranus, and the Gaudium Tradition”

    Margaret Graver

    Hope, Joy and Affection in the Classical World, ed. R. Caston and R. A. Kaster, 123-42. Oxford University Press, 2016

  • “Ancient Narratives and Modern War Stories: Reading Homer with Combat Veterans.”

    Roberta L. Stewart

    Amphora 12.1 (2015).

  • “Gender and Ethnicity in Heliodorus’ Aithiopika”

    Suzanne Lye

    Classical World, Vol. 109, No. 2 (Winter 2016: Special Issue: Gender, East, and West in Classical Antiquity): 235-262.

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