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  • Welcome to Classics, Latin, and Greek

    The Department of Classics is delighted to welcome you to Dartmouth! This page lets you know about some of the opportunities that will be open to you here for studying Latin or Greek, ancient history, mythology, archaeology, ancient philosophy and related subjects.

    Students examine coins in Hood Museum
  • Coins in the Museum

    RANDALL KUHLMAN, Center for Object Study Attendant and Scheduling Assistant

    College students sit around a long table in a conference room during class. They are looking at ancient coinage.
  • Classics Students Meet a Consular General of Greece

    Members of the Classics and Art History departments recently had the opportunity to meet with Stratos Efthymiou, who is the Consul General of Greece in Boston, when he visited the Dartmouth Campus on February 18.

    Consular General of Greece
  • Were Women the True Artisans Behind Ancient Greek Ceramics?

    Murray and her colleagues argue that women could have been the true potter-artisans of this society. Hruby, who describes Murray and her students' paper as "extraordinarily well-reasoned," is in the process of using fingerprints to shed further light on Greek potters.

    Sapiens Article Julie Hruby
  • The Gold Bee

    Classics is now the proud owner of this pendant designed and made by Nelly Mendoza-Mendoza '19, using the ancient technique of gold granulation. Read more here about Nelly's method and see more of her designs.

  • Latin 1 Works with Inscriptions

    The intrepid students of Latin 1 braved late-October rain and cold to learn more about the use of funerary inscriptions as a historical source.

Recent Publications

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  • Innovation through Recoil from Networks

    Julie Hruby, Dimitri Nakassis, Kevin Pluta

    99-115 in Interrogating Networks: Investigating Networks of Knowledge in Antiquity, ed. L. Foxhall

  • "La Maîtrise de la Colère: Théorie et pratique stoïcienne"

    Margaret Graver

    In Lectures plurielles du "De ira" de Sénèque: Interprétations, contextes, enjeux. De Gruyter, 2021.

  • "Slave Labor in Plautus"

    Roberta L. Stewart

    A Companion to Plautus. Edited by D. Dutsch and G.  Franko. (John Wiley and Sons, 2020) 361-367.