Thursday, April 17, Tom Martin (Holy Cross University), "Seeking Savior Gods: Response to Wartime Defeat in Ancient Athens," 7:00 p.m., DHA 103 (Dodd Hall Auditorium). Note new time. A reception will be held beforehand, at 6, Dodd Hall 3rd Floor Landing. Part of the Langford series on Disasters in Antiquity.
Department of Classics
The Department of Classics at Florida State University is the oldest in Florida and has emerged as one of the leading centers of classical studies in the United States. The faculty in Classics is distinguished in teaching and research. Several members of the faculty have received university and national teaching awards. The department boasts special strengths in many areas of classical studies, including archaeology, ancient history, and Latin and Greek literature. The Department also plays an important role in training Latin teachers for the schools.
The Department offers students the intimacy of a small liberal arts college in the midst of a large state university. There is an enthusiastic community of approximately 80 majors and 45 graduate students. There are a variety of student organizations, including the Archaeology Club and Eta Sigma Phi.
Tom Martin to deliver last Langford Lecture Series in Disasters in Antiquity
Professor Thomas Martin of Holy Cross University will give the last Langford Series in Disasters in Antiquity lecture, "Seeking Savior Gods: Response to Wartime Defeat in Ancient Athens" on Thursday April 17, at 7 pm, in DHA 103 (Dodd Hall Auditorium).