In addition to engagement with the undergraduate and graduate students and participation in the research program of the Department, the duties of the positions shall include a teaching load of 2 courses each term, at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The salary is set at $47,659 per annum; the positions are eligible for health insurance. These positions are open only to those who have received the Ph.D. after January 1, 2013; the Ph.D. must be in hand by July 1, 2017 (this is a requirement of the University and is not negotiable).
We are pleased to announce two Postdoctoral Fellowships in our department, to begin in August 2017, one in the area of Late Antiquity and one in Greek Archaeology.
Congratulations to Prof. Erika Weiberg who has been awarded a First Year Assistant Professor Award for Summer 2017!!
Congratulations to Professor Andrea DeGiorgi who has been named 2017-2018 Kershaw Lecturer in Near Eastern Archaeology for the Archaeological Institute of America. Professor DeGiorgi will deliver several lectures across the country under the auspices of this endowed lectureship.
Dr. Sarah Craft, Postdoctoral Fellow in Classics, was recognized at the 4th Annual FSU Postdoctoral Symposium on Sept. 23, 2016, for winning a Postdoctoral Scholar Travel Award to attend the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America in Toronto. Dr. Craft also presented a poster, “When Rome Comes to a Village,” about her current research project in Serbia.
Thomas Leppard will give a lecture entitled "Social Complexity and the Mediterranean, 3500-1000 BC" on April 11, 2016.
Professor Jessica Clark has won a highly competitive Summer Stipend Award from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
CHOICE has named Professor Svetla Slaveva-Griffin’s Routledge Handbook of Neoplatonism as an Outstanding Academic Title for 2015.
Professors and students at the 112th meeting of CAMWS, 16-19 March, 2015 in Williamsburg, VA.
Dr. Andrew Goldman will give the 2016 AIA Kershaw Lecture entitled, "From Phrygian Capital to Roman Fort: Recent Excavations at Gordion (Turkey)."
Spring 2016 Langford Conference