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Research Opportunity in Classics: Glass Lab!

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Welcome Dr. Sam Flores, Assistant Professor of Classics

The Department of Classics is pleased to welcome to our faculty, Dr. Sam Flores. Dr. Flores earned his Ph.D. in Greek and Latin from The Ohio State University. His primary research interest is Ancient Philosophy, in particular Platonic thought and … Continue reading

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Roman Historian Dr. Jen Gerrish Goes Global…

Dr. Jen Gerrish presented her work on the calamity of civil warring at the international conference on “Emotional Trauma in Greek and Roman Culture-Representations and Reactions” at the European Cultural Center of Delphi (ECCD), Greece, June 23-25, 2016. Her paper, … Continue reading

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The Archaeological Institution of America Presents …

College of Charleston field reports. There are exciting projects on-going and ways you can participate. Come hear Drs. Hays, Newhard, Sterrett-Krause, Harris, and Ibarra talk about the projects and the opportunities.

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Study Opportunities at the American School, Athens

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Professor James Newhard Writes about “Stone”

There is so much to learn about the past and ourselves from rocks and stone. See “The Chipped and Ground Stone” in M. Cosmopoulos, (ed.) The Political Geography of a Mycenaean District. The Archaeological Survey at Iklaina. Athens: Library of … Continue reading

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Classics Professor James Newhard: “Changing Humanity”

In today’s tech-driven world, the humanities may seem like the marginalized cousin to the increasingly popular STEM subjects. But Classics professor James Newhard believes that without an understanding of the human element, advances offered through science, technology, engineering and math … Continue reading

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Technology Lights Up Charred Herculaneum Scrolls

“Now, a group of researchers in France has made a key finding that could unlock the secrets of these scrolls for good. Using the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, researchers bombarded scrolls from a villa in the town of Herculaneum with extremely … Continue reading

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Classics Students Top Law School Applicants

New study shows that among applicants for Law School Classics students score highest on LSAT and GPA: http://abovethelaw.com/2014/04/who-are-the-smartest-law-students-lsat-scores-and-gpas-arranged-by-undergraduate-major/#more-311591    

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Classics Professor Named Outstanding Faculty

Congratulations to Dr. Andrew Alwine, who was awarded the Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award for the School of Languages, Cultures and World Affairs at the ExCEL Awards, College of Charleston (Wednesday, March 30, 2016).

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