NEWS

10/13/2019

Prof. Virginia Lewis gives the keynote lecture “Myth and Place in Pindar’s Odes for Sicily” at the conference Pindar in Sicily, organized by the Fonte Aretusa at the Exedra Cultural Association, Siracusa, Italy, October 13–19, 2019.

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10/11/2019

Printing the Past: Innovative Technology in Archaeology at Florida State University is now open on the 3rd floor of Dirac Science Library until 11/22/2019.

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10/11/2019

Rodney Reeves was honored as a donor of Internships for museum work in Italy at Cetamura and on the FSU Florence program. Nancy de Grummond points out that his gift plant is in a 3-D printed pot! Also thanking Dr. Reeves are Jeff Ereckson, Director of Development in the College of Arts and Sciences, and Becca Piers, International Programs coordinator for Cetamura. 
 

 

 

10/6/2019

Congratulations to Rachel McCleery who successfully defended her PhD dissertation, “Market Buildings in Athens and Corinth in the Roman Period.” The dissertation was written under the supervision of Dr Christopher Pfaff, and the other department members of the committee were Dr Trevor Luke and Dr James Sickinger.

 

 

 

10/1/2019

Classics Senior, Sergio Carlos Tamez, Member of the Garnet and Gold Scholar Society and IDEA Grant Recipient, presents a poster with the findings of his IDEA research project “Omina Imperii in the Age of Iconoclasm: Inside the Struggle for the Soul of an Empire,” under the direction of Prof. Svetla Slaveva-Griffin, at the 19th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium.

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9/27/2019

Dr. Celia Campbell’s article “Corina Duplex, Duplex Corinna: The Simile Optics of Amores 1.5” TAPA 149:1 (2019): 47–76 is selected among TAPA Favorites by Céili Lynch in the SCS Newsletter-September 2019

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9/6/2019

Prof. Nancy de Grummond gives the Barker Etruscan Lecture on Sanctuaries, Gods, and Myths of the Etruscans at the British Museum

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9/3/2019

Prof. Virginia Lewis’ article “From Resolving Stasis to Ruling Sicily: A Reading of Herodotus 7.153–167 in an Epinician Context” appears in Mnemosyne 72 (2019) 717–735. 

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