"The Classical Association of Canada and the Programme in Classical Studies at York present this year's Classical Association of Canada lecturer: Professor Peter Toohey (University of Calgary) speaking on "Mental Illness in Ancient Rome" Monday, October 23, 2017 at 5.30 p.m. in 519 Kaneff Tower Refreshments will be served from 5:00pm PETER TOOHEY LECTURE
Classical Studies at York is well represented at the 2017 Annual Conference of the Classical Association of Canada, held at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Papers are being given by: Jonathan Edmondson, 'The linguistic lure of the area in Apuleius' Golden Ass' Benjamin Kelly, 'The emperor's (in)visible bodyguard: images of the Praetorian Guard in public art' Christopher […]
Congratulations and best wishes to all Classical Studies students who are graduating this year: Sandra Grujin, Nicholas Hore, Dana Kilani, Doug Mackenzie, Stefania Miceli, Lucy Telford, Marisa Thomas-Perrier, and Evelyn Vickery.
Congratulations to Professor Herren on the publication of his book, The Anatomy of Myth: The Art of Interpretation from the Presocratics to the Church Fathers (Oxford University Press, 2017). Further information is available from the publisher's website.
Professor Michael Herren gave a lecture on April 20, 2017 at the University of Colorado at Boulder on "The Classical Canon in Late Late Antiquity: 550-750."
Many thanks to everyone who turned out to be part of a great audience at the annual Classical Association lecture given by Professor Toph Marshall. Here is a link to Prof. Marshall's rules for ancient two Roman games.
At this year's Classical Association of Canada lecture, Professor Toph Marshall (UBC) will be speaking about the use of knucklebones (used as dice) in ancient Greek and Roman culture. The talk will be held in Kaneff Tower 519 on Monday 24th October, 17:30-19:00. All are welcome. Click here for a poster: cac-2016-lecture-poster
Would you like to learn about archaeological field work in Spain this summer and earn 3.0 credits towards your major or minor in Classical Studies or Classics? The Cabrera de Mar excavation is looking for volunteers. Click here for a poster with information about the dig and how to apply. Follow this link for the […]
Vocabulary and commentaries for reading ancient Greek texts, written for students by students... coming soon.
Leah Bernardo-Ciddio, who graduated from York with a double major in Classical Studies and History in 2013, has recently accepted a place at the University of Michigan to begin her PhD in the autumn of 2016. Ms Bernardo-Ciddio will hold a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship to support her research; she was also offered a very prestigious […]