Congratulations to M.A. student Anna Conti; her article, Writing as a Classicist appears on the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences Writing Intensive Program blog:  :


Monday, January 11, 2016 - 2:15pm

Kudos to Manisha Banga, a third-year Classics and English major, who will be published in this year’s JURO, UGA’s own online undergraduate research journal for humanities, social sciences, policy, and the arts!  Manisha’s paper, “The Narrative Retelling of Marginalized Ancient Greek Mythological Characters by Contemporary Female Authors,” explores how authors such as Anne Carson in Autobiography of Red, Sarah Ruhl in Eurydice, and Cherríe Moraga in The Hungry Woman tackle issues of victimhood and oppression in their transformation of ancient myths.  She argues that they do so by following a

Alex Karsten, UGA Classics graduate student and a Leapling (celebrating his birthday on February 29th), is featured in a video on the UGA Homepage. Alex explains what led to addition of the day to the Roman calendar by Julius Caesar in 45 B.C.

Link to Video 

Advanced undergraduate student Chiara Tondi Resta presents her research on a life-size marble statue of Aphrodite from central Italy in the North Carolina Museum of Art.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 - 8:45am

On October 24-25 students in Assistant Professor Mark Abbe's Classics-Art History course "Approaches to the Study of Greek and Roman Sculpture" travelled to the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh to study the museum's important and diverse collection of classical statuary. Graduate and advanced-undergraduate students received a unique behind-the-scenes tour of the museum, including meetings with the Curator of Ancient Art, Dr. Caroline Rocheleau, Conservator Noelle Ocon, and Exhibition Designer Eric Gaard.

Friday, May 8, 2015 - 4:15pm

A.E. Stallings, (AB, Latin 1990), who received a MacArthur fellowship a recently has been nominated for Oxford Professor of Poetry.

A.E. Stallings is an American poet who studied Classics at the University of Georgia and Oxford.  She has published three collections of poetry, Archaic Smile, Hapax, and Olives, and a verse translation (in rhyming fourteeners!) of Lucretius, The Nature of Things.