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.
Beginning in December 2019, the Classics Department will move to new quarters at the north end of Campus 37 Dewey Field Road, 4th floor, to allow for extensive renovations to Reed Hall. We expect to return to a beautifully refurbished building in September of 2020.
A new face in the Classics Department this year is Simone Oppen, who is a Visiting Professor in 2019-20 and 2020-21. A specialist in Classical literature and historiography, she will be teaching both Classical Mythology and Literature and the Romans this fall.
Classics Faculty and two Classics majors have worked hard to sort through our large collection of books and other materials, preparing for our temporary relocation to 37 Dewey Field Road. Read more here….