Luis Sanchez, an undergraduate senior majoring in Greek and Latin, will present “The Political Medicine of Asclepius in Plato’s Republic” at the Virtual President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence on October 6th, 5:30–8:15pm. The presentation derives from his Honor’s Thesis, directed by Dr.
NEWS FROM CLASSICS DEPARTMENT
Prof. Murphy was interviewed for the podcast series, Peopling the Past: Real People in the Ancient World and the People who Study Them.
Kudos to Dr. Virginia Lewis and Dr. Jim Sickinger, who closed out a year of fine service as, respectively, Director of Graduate and Director of Undergraduate Studies with aplomb, leading us through the still challenging waters of cyberspace in yesterday's virtual Department of Classics commencement! And kudos to our graduates with degrees of BA, MA, and Ph.D.!
Classics major Grace Robbins was elected to the office of Megale Grammateus (National Secretary) of Eta Sigma Phi, the national Classics honor society, at their 93rd National Convention held virtually on April 16-17. Classics major Luis Sanchez placed third in the Intermediate Greek translation contest.
FSU Classics' Eta chapter of the national honor society for Classics, Eta Sigma Phi, virtually sends 6 members to the 93rd annual convention of the April 16-18.
"Antioch Reclaimed" a show co-curated by Dr. Andrea De Giorgi opened on April 10th, 2021, at the Museum of fine Arts, St.
Members of the Classics department are presenting at the CAMWS annual meeting.
PIE's (Program for Instructional Excellence) TA spotlight this week is Eva Carrara, PhD candidate in the Department of Classics.
Carolin “Katie” Fine defended her dissertation on the Neolithic rhyton on March 18, 2021.
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.
Congratulations to Classics Major Luis Sanchez who has won an award from the Center for Undergraduate Research & Academic Engagement.