CLST Graduate Students Hosted the Annual Classics Graduate Colloquium

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

On March 31st and April 1st, Duke graduate students hosted the Annual Classics Graduate Colloquium. Together with invited guests Jacques Bromberg (University of Pittsburgh) and Jeanne Neumann (... Read More »

Dr. Katie Langenfeld Successfully Defends Dissertation

Friday, March 31, 2017

Congratulations to Katie Langenfeld, who successfully defended her dissertation, entitled “Forging a History: the Inventions and Intellectual Community of the Historia Augusta," on March 29th. Read More »

Featured Courses for Fall 2017

Friday, March 31, 2017

From "Educating Rome" to "Ancient Science and Technology," the CLST classes for Fall '17 are sure to guarantee an interesting and productive semester for both professors and students... Read More »

Congratulations to CLST Professor Carla Antonaccio on Upcoming Retirement

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Congrats to Professor Carla Antonaccio on her upcoming retirement at the end of the academic year. To see photos from the celebration of Professor Antonaccio, please visit the CLST Facebook page... Read More »

CLST Professor Alicia Jiménez Participated in Cornell Conference

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Professor Alicia Jiménez will participate this week, on March 25th, in the conference "New perspectives on Roman material culture" at Cornell University. Her talk will be titled, "Standard Time... Read More »

Graduate Student Tim Shea Participated in Archaeology of Athens Course

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Duke graduate student, Tim Shea has been participating in the Archaeology of Athens course with Duke and Deree students. In a joint effort a number of faculty members have lecured... Read More »

CLST Professor Josh Sosin's Spring Breakthrough

Monday, March 20, 2017

Josh Sosin spent spring break teaching an experimental Spring Breakthrough course on the trial of Socrates. Students read and discussed a number of speeches from Athenian trials, on issues of speech... Read More »

A graphic novel, "Theft! A History of Music" released partly based on Duke Professor William Johnson's work

Monday, March 6, 2017

Three professors at Duke Law School (James Boyle, Jennifer Jenkins and the late Keith Aoki ) have released a graphic novel laying out a 2000 year long history of musical borrowing from Plato to rap,... Read More »

Thomas Cole Attended Living Latin in New York

Friday, March 3, 2017

Tom Cole, a fourth-year Ph.D. student in Duke's Classical Studies, attended Living Latin in New York from February 18-19, where participants speak Latin and attend talks in Latin. He got a... Read More »

Jessica Lee wins at Duke Libraries' Book Collecting Contest!

Friday, March 3, 2017

Jessica Lee won first place in the undergraduate division of the Nadell Prize for Book Collecting Contest at Duke Libraries. On February 28, she had a display of her collection, "Hamilton to... Read More »