Carolin “Katie” Fine defended her dissertation on the Neolithic rhyton on March 18, 2021.
Department of Classics
Welcome to the Department of Classics
The Classics Department at Florida State University is a leading center of Classical Studies, with nationally and internationally distinguished faculty for both teaching and research. It provides undergraduate students the intimacy of a small liberal arts college, while providing graduate students the resources and experience of a large Research I university. With approximately 50 majors and 35 graduate students, the department is among the largest Classical Studies programs in the public university system, and it is designed to prepare its students for careers in the 21st century, with FSU Classics alumni currently holding positions in diverse fields including university academia, museums, professional archaeology, secondary education, and law.
NEWS FROM CLASSICS DEPARTMENT
Professor Andrea DeGiorgi has been awarded a grant from the Shelby White-Leon Levy Program for Archaeological Publications (Harvard University) for the publication of the archaeology of Daphne, near Ancient Antioch in southeastern Turkey.
PIE's (Program for Instructional Excellence) TA spotlight this week is Atakan Atabas, M.A.
On 24-25 February 2023, the Department of Classics at Florida State University will sponsor the Spring 2023 Langford Conference on Social Groups and Production in Mycenaean Economies.
The conference will be held in the Turnbull Conference Center on the FSU campus in Tallahassee.
The schedule will be posted here soon.
For more information, please contact Daniel J. Pullen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Papers will include:
The Tallahassee Society of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Student Archaeology Club at FSU present “Andromeda, Alexander, and Ascalos: Founders and Foundation Myths in the Roman Near East,” an AIA Kershaw lecture in Near Estearn Archaeology by Professor Robyn Le Blanc of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.