- Modeling Connectivity: Cultural Networks in the Ancient Mediterranean | Ancient World Mapping Center on Theodore B. Guérard Lecture Series: Modeling Connectivity: Cultural Networks in the Ancient Mediterranean
- Alicia Johnson on Dr. Kevin Pluta and the Palace of Nestor
- Monica Harvey on Dr. Darryl Phillips’ Article Accepted for Publication
Monthly Archives: December 2010
Angelina Phebus will present research at the annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America. A collaboration between herself, Dr. Newhard (Classics) and Dr. Levine (Geology), the presentation presents preliminary results of modeling communication routes in the Argo-Saronic region of … Continue reading
Kelly Smith (M.Ed. 09) has been awarded a Fulbright Alumni Grant to participate in a collaborative unit on Medieval Latin/Gregorian chants in Rome, scheduled for spring 2011. Ms. Smith will be also teaching advanced intermediate Latin in the spring 2011 … Continue reading
Darryl Phillips was interviewed by the Department of Information Technology about the use of wikis and other tools for teaching ancient history.
Melissa Huber has been selected as a finalist for the Lionel Pearson Fellowship, a one-year fellowship which allows for study at an English or Scottish university. The Pearson Fellowship is the top national honor bestowed on an undergraduate by the … Continue reading