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With a critical eye towards our methods, our field, and ourselves, we acknowledge that all scholarship is a dialogue between antiquity and multiple presents, and that every present has been shaped by the circumstances of the past. In striving for a better community, we must confront the long, fraught history of appropriations of the ancient world in justifying ideologies and practices of oppression, hatred, and brutality. Recognizing the exclusions, past and present, that have animated the modern university and the field of Classics, we must reimagine what it means to study the histories, cultures, and literatures that have constituted the “classical” past.

The Greco-Roman world does not belong to any self-proclaimed inheritors but is a common past that we explore, enliven, and share with the world, in all of its beauty and horror, wonder and contradictions.

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What the historian’s account of an ancient plague taught me when my father died 8,000 miles away. Read Professor Greenwood’s article in the 极光加速器破解无限版. 

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Read more about Professor Joe Manning’s collaborative work on volcanos and ancient climate in the New York Times science section.

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Niek Janssen Wins Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship

The Department gleefully congratulates Niek on winning this prestigious fellowship for 2020-21. His project, Appropriate Transgressions: Parody and Decorum in Ancient Greece and Rome, asks how readers identify one text as a parody of another.

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Associate Professor Andrew C. Johnston win the 2019 Charles J. Goodwin Award of Merit

Andrew C. Johnston, Associate Professor of Classics, has won the 2019 Charles J. Goodwin Award of Merit from the Society for Classical Studies for his book, The Sons of Remus.