In more exciting news, the CAC Translation Winners for 2015’s national competition have been named, and we are pleased to announce three winners from McGill Classics! David Douglas won 3rd place in the Junior Sight Translation for Latin, Gregory Giannakis won 2nd place in the Senior Latin and the Junior Greek competitions, and Duncan McDonald won 1st … More CAC Translation Winners
It’s with great pleasure that we give a warm welcome to next year’s freshly elected CSA executive! Co-Presidents: Madeline Warner and Zoe Blecher-Cohen Co-VP Academic / Events: Alexis Lemonde Vachon and Daniel Whittle VP Internal: Sam Low-Chappell VP Communications: Edward Ross VP Finance: Manuela Galindo-Carvajal Congratulations everyone, and we look forward to a great year with … More CSA Executive 2015-2016
Guest lecture by Dr. Christoph Lundgreen (Technische Universität Dresden): “A New Model of Statehood for the Ancient Greek World.” Tuesday, April 7 in Leacock 738 from 4-5:30 pm.
Nominations for the CSA executive board closed last night, and we have several great candidates. However, we are still missing someone to fill the position of VP External. If you would be interested in running, please contact the CSA at firstname.lastname@example.org. Below are the current candidates’ platforms. President: Madeline Warner Hello members of the CSA!! I … More Executive Candidates
Loeb digital library now available! The McGill library has purchased access to the digital Loeb Classical Library, meaning that texts and translations are now easily accessible – this is a revolution people!!! The catalogue can be accessed through login or VPN (http://www.loebclassics.com/) or through the library (http://mcgill.worldcat.org/title/loeb-classical-library/oclc/890330258&referer=brief_results)
Professor Michael Sampson from the University of Manitoba will be giving a public talk on “Papyri, Geography, and the Interpretation of Sappho 44.” Thursday, March 26 from 11:35-12:55 in Burnside 1B36. All are welcome!
The Hirundo party is just around the corner, which means that a new editor-in-chief will be selected for the upcoming 2015-2016 academic year! Hirundo is the award-winning undergraduate McGill Journal of Classical Studies, and seeks contributions from students and alumni related to the ancient Mediterranean world. Essays on Classical art and literature, ancient European and Near Eastern … More Editor-in-Chief Application – Hirundo