A fabulous exhibition called “Gods and Heroes: Western Arts and the Classical Tradition” is showing at Beijing University’s Arther M Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology from Nov. 2015 to Jun. 2016. Beijing University is the most prestigious university in China where now the most gifted Chinese students aspire to learn more about the classical […]
Enjoy some pictures from the Classical Studies Department’s 2015 Graduation. Congrats! Photos courtesy of Commencement Photos, Inc. of Tewksbury, MA
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.
Congratulations to graduate student Becky Wysocki who has received a 2014 Summer Research Fellowship from GRS. The Fellowship is a non-service stipend to allow advanced PhD students spend the summer pursuing research.
Congratulations to graduate student Dustin Dixon, who has won one of the first-ever Graduate Dissertation Fellowships from the BU Center for the Humanities!
A big congratulations to our graduate student Colin Pang, who won the Humanities Award at Scholars Day, a celebration of graduate research at BU! http://www.bu.edu/provost/scholars-day-2014/
Four of our graduate students will present papers at CANE (Classical Association of New England) Annual Meeting, St. Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire March 7-8, 2014 March 7 Paper Session II (10:10-11:25) Amanda Jarvis, “Visual Perception and the Graspable Image in Ovid” Karen Mower, “Circe’s Understanding of Rape Victims in Ovid” March 8 Paper Session […]
The sixth annual Graduate Student Conference of Classical Studies at Boston University is scheduled for Saturday, March 8, 2014 in the Colloquium Room (RM 906) of the Photonics Building. We are very excited to have Professor Maria Liston of the University of Waterloo deliver the keynote at the conference. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. For more information, […]
Students and faculty gathered together for a two-hour workshop to discuss the recently discovered fragments by Sappho, with the focus on the better preserved “Brothers Poem” and its interpretation, constitution of the text, and reception. For more information about the findings, please click here.
PhD student, Laurie Glenn, took part in NASA’s 2011 Teaching from Space Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program. Read more about it here.