Category Archives: Classics in the Classroom

CofC Classics Student Perspective: Chandler Spearman

In this video, Chandler Spearman, a classics major at the College of Charleston, discusses his experiences studying classics and with classics faculty.   Thanks Dr. Michael Overholt for producing this video!

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ClassiCasts, Episode 1: Dr. James Newhard (Professor and Chair of Classics)

Click the playbar below to listen to the 1st episode of ClassiCasts, the official podcast of CofC Classics, created and produced in collaboration with Dr. Mike Overholt from the Teaching and Learning Team. In this inaugural episode, Dr. Overholt speaks with … Continue reading

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Classical Charleston 2019: Diversifying Classics

On February 28 and March 1, the eighth annual colloquium of the Theodore B. Guérard Lecture Series will address the subject of diversity in Classics, both in terms of the ways in which we explore the multicultural, multi-ethnic ancient Mediterranean and in … Continue reading

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Classics Newsletter launches

The Department of Classics presents the inaugural issue of Nuntianda, its departmental newsletter.

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“Teaching Ancient Slavery in the South” – a blogpost by Dr. Flores

The most recent blogpost on the Society for Classical Studies webpage features Dr. Flores’ reflections on teaching ancient slavery in a space where the vestiges of more recent permutations are omnipresent. His course on ancient slavery will be taught this … Continue reading

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Darryl Phillips Discusses the Use of Technology in Teaching

Darryl Phillips was interviewed by the Department of Information Technology about the use of wikis and other tools for teaching ancient history.

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Summer 2011 Courses

The Department of Classics will be offering Latin language courses at the beginning and intermediate levels during the Summer I and Summer II sessions. Summer I:  Latin 101 and 201 Summer II:  Latin 102 and 202 In addition, CLAS 103 … Continue reading

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