Classical Studies explores all aspects of the languages and cultures of ancient Greece and Rome, the context of their interaction with the rest of the Mediterranean world, and their subsequent influence on our own day.


Himmelhoch Presents on Agamemnon’s Retreat in Iliad

09-546, Himmelhoch_Leah in classroom, Leah Himmelhoch, faculty, assistant professor of classics, classroom, studentsAssociate Professor of Classics Leah Himmelhoch recently presented a paper at the annual conference of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States, held in New York City in early October.…
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Students Explore Ancient Greece

Greece Study Abroad 1A group of HWS students recently returned from a three-week study abroad program across Greece, exploring the connections between ancient cities, sanctuaries and life. Led by Associate Professor of Classics…
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Lambos ’18 Talks Pokémon on ABC News

Res26164During his internship with ABC News Channel 9’s morning talk show “Bridge Street” in Syracuse, N.Y., Peter Lambos ’18 works with the show’s guests, pitches ideas for segments, handles social…
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An International Education for Fulbright Winner

Res25490The Ancient Greek word paideia refers to the cultural and academic education of the whole person — mind and body, morals and virtue. In Modern Greek the term, loosely translated, refers to…
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Cryan ’15 Awarded Fulbright to Greece

Res23601Jeanine Cryan ’15 was named the recipient of a prestigious 2015-16 Fulbright U.S. Student Award to Greece, providing her a remarkable opportunity to serve as an English Teaching Assistant, while…
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