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  • Faculty Media Projects

    Classics faculty are actively engaged in a number of media projects about the Classical world. Available for use by the public, students, and professionals, these endeavors cover literary, historical, and archaeological topics.

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  • Poetic Justice

    Although the texts of Homer’s The Iliad and The Odyssey emerged more than 2,500 years ago in ancient Greece, classics professor Roberta Stewart believes Homer has never been more relevant.

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  • Code, Coins, and Classics

    Diana Salsbury ’15, from Baltimore, Md., came to Dartmouth with a love of classics and discovered a passion for programming. Now the College’s only classics-computer science double major, she is a mentor at Dartmouth’s Digital Arts, Leadership, and Innovation Lab (DALI).

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  • FSP Greece 2015

    Julie Hruby is headed off on the Classics Department Greek FSP. Please go to the Official Blog of Dartmouth College's Classics Foreign Study Program.

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  • Classics Professor and Veterans Read Homer

    Every Monday, about a dozen veterans, whose service ranges from World War II to Afghanistan, gather in the Murray Room of Hanover’s Howe Library. They are members of a book group started six years ago by Dartmouth Department of Classics Chair Roberta Stewart.

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Recent Publications

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  • “The Slave as Roman Outsider,” in D. Hammer, ed. Blackwell Companion to Ancient and Modern Democracies and Republics

    Roberta L. Stewart

    Wiley-Blackwell (2014)

  • “Moving from Ancient Typology to an Understanding of the Causes of Variability: A Mycenaean Case Study."

    Julie Hruby

    Understanding Standardization and Variation in Mediterranean Ceramics: Mid 2nd to Late 1st Millennium BC. (2014)

  • Honeybee Reading and Self-Scripting: Seneca’s Epistle 84

    Margaret Graver, ed. J. Wildberger and M. Colish. Walter de Gruyter

    Seneca Philosophus (2014).

  • A Companion to Roman Architecture

    Roger B. Ulrich, L. Lancaster

    Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World (2013).