Classical Studies offers a multidisciplinary approach to the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome and the broader Mediterranean world. Our students take courses in the languages (Greek and Latin) and literature, archaeology, history, mythology, and religion of these societies presented both in their historical context and as avenues for current inquiry. Classical Studies connects us to a shared past which expands our notions of the present, and offers a new language with which to think about - and change – the modern world.

 Will Schenck giving his site report in front of the famous Etruscan Sarcophagus of the Married Couple in the Villa Giulia Museum in Rome

Tom Broadus at Piazza del Populo 

Students enjoying Linear B workshop