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In the first short session of the 2021 summer institute, Dr. O’Connell will be teaching Petronius’ Satyricon (LATN 8010), a tale of sex, food, and money set in first-century Campania.

UGA senior Emeline McClellan of Good Hope will continue her studies in Classics this fall as one of 24 Americans selected as a 

Preparations are underway for the 2021 Classics Summer Institute which will run this year from 14 June to 28 July.  Offerings will include courses on Suetonius (“Life of Augustus”) taught by

The show will feature 56 objects dating from the 3rd to the 8th century CE and examine the cultural exchange that took place in late antique Egypt.

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