Undergraduate courses for the Fall 2015 semester have been announced! Check our course webpage for more information. Many of these descriptions offer more details than those on studentlink. Topics for seminar courses will be added once they become available.
Category: General News
The Digital Loeb Classical Library has won the PROSE Award (American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence) in the category “eProduct/Best in Humanities. See the announcement here.
Hear an interview (here) with our own Professor Jay Samons on the recent discovery of the Tomb of Amphipolis!
Check out the article in the Daily Free Press about the BU Philhellenes Project and an event the group is hosting tonight!
Alumni traveled from near and far to join Classics faculty at the Core-Classics Reception on September 20th. We hope to see more familiar faces next year! Professors Esposito, Nelson, and Vasaly visited alumna Emily (Klaser) Bassett on her battleship, the USS Arlington. Check it out here. […]
College of Arts & Sciences Core & Classics Reception Core and the Classics Department are hosting a reception for all alumni in the Core office, CAS 119. Faculty from both Core and Classics will join the alumni for excellent refreshments and even better conversation. A wonderful chance to catch up with your fellow alumni and […]
The second annual conference of the International Society for Late Antique Literary Studies (ISLALS) will convene on the campus of Boston University on November 14-15, 2014. The theme of the conference is High and Low Literature in Late Antiquity. Can and should we separate the two categories? What areas of late antique literature confirm or […]
The BU Philhellenes have returned from their studies and travels in Greece. Read about their adventures here.
The Newsletter has been published on our website. Check out what the faculty, graduates students, and alumni have been up to this year. A special thank you to everyone who contributed. The Newsletter can be found here. A supplement to the Newsletter, including many pictures from the annual Aristophanes play can also be found on […]
Exploring the Margins: Enhancing the Teaching of Ancient Greek Drama at Historically Black Colleges and Universities at Grambling State University, Grambling, Louisiana Stephen Scully (Associate Professor, Department of Classical Studies) and Michele Valerie Ronnick (BU PhD ’90; Professor of Classics and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, Wayne State University) teamed up to lead seminars on ancient […]