The CSA is hosting a end-of-the-semester Holiday Wine & Cheese. Just something to help us forget the mounds of studying and paper writing we have left to do! The Wine & Cheese will be on Wednesday, Dec. 7th at 5:30PM in the Arts Council Room (Arts160). This is a great opportunity to meet fellow classicists and … More CSA Holiday Wine & Cheese!
Nov. 24th, 2011 The CSA is excited to host this week’s Bar Des Arts, with a TOGA PARTY theme. The CSA will be selling samosas and anyone on the CSA Listserv will get a beer ticket! Come show off your toga- tying skills and love for Classics! 4 -9 PM in the Arts Lounge
Classical Studies’ own Profs. Hans Beck and Tassos Anastassiadis are giving a short talk on Greek Democracy for part of a Brown-bag lunch series on WHAT’S GOING ON IN GREECE and… WHY DOES IT MATTER? The talk will be on Nov. 24th from 12 – 1:30 in LEA808. The Phrixos B. Papachristidis chair in Modern Greek … More “Being the cradle of democracy and a… PIG. On Greek democracy and its symbolisms.”
Classical Studies, with the generous help of the Onassis Foundation, is pleased to announce a public lecture by Onassis Visiting Professor of Archaeology Jane Francis: “The Archaeology of Food in Roman Crete” Tuesday, November 22nd Redpath Museum Lecture Hall, 4 pm Reception to follow. All Welcome!