Get your fill of amazing Classics-related garb from the McGill CSA! We are offering hoodies, toques and t-shirts (with appropriately witty slogans). These make great holiday gifts, or they can even be a stylish gift to yourself for surviving the semester. Orders will close Monday, November 10, so get yours in soon (expect delivery around … More Classics Apparel Available!
The CSA will be holding a movie night on November 6 at 5:30pm in Leacock 14. Vote for the movie you’d like us to show here! If you have a movie suggestion that isn’t included here, feel free to include it in the comments. Voting closes on Friday, October 31.
Interviews: Guest Lectures Hirundo has wonderful news! The journal will publish a series of interviews with some of the best-known scholars in the field of Classical Studies. If you wish to conduct and interview with a visiting professor, please contact Hirundo’s editor-in-chief at firstname.lastname@example.org! You can find a list of our upcoming guest lectures and … More Hirundo Update
The McGill Classics Department will be hosting a guest lecture by Andrew Ford of Princeton University, entitled “The Purpose of the Poetics.” This will take place on Friday, October 17 at 3:30 in Leacock 927. We hope to see you there!
The McGill Department of History and Classics will be hosting a workshop entitled “Citizens and Commoners in Ancient Greece, Rome, and China” as part of the ongoing Global Antiquities research network. This will take place from October 22-24, with the keynote speech being given by Josiah Ober of Stanford University on October 22 at 17:00 … More Citizens and Commoners in Ancient Greece, Rome, and China