Duke graduate student Robert Dudley successfully defends his dissertation

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Congrats to Robert Dudley for successfully defending his dissertation last week on "Rhetoric, Roman Values, and the Fall of the Republic in Cicero's Reception of Plato". Well done Dr. Dudley... Read More »

CLST Professor José González Recognized for Teaching Excellence

Monday, July 11, 2016

CLST Professor José González was recently recognized by the Dean for Academic Affairs for his contribution to teaching excellence at Duke University. Teaching excellence is at the core of Duke’s... Read More »

CLST Professor William Johnson presents at the Music in the Time of Vergil

Friday, June 24, 2016

In June William Johnson presented a multi-media paper, “Imperial Pantomime and Satoshi Miyagi’s Medea,” for a conference called Music in the Time of Vergil at the Villa ... Read More »

Congratulations to our graduating Class of 2016!

Monday, May 16, 2016

Classical Civilizations – Majors Nolan Russell – Cum Laude David Stringer Classical Languages – Majors Elizabeth Djinis Edwin Holt Cord Peters Repton Salisbury Alex Serebransky – Cum... Read More »

National Geographic Sponsors CLST Professor Forte's Vulci 3000 Project

Monday, April 18, 2016

National Geographic Society / Waitt Grants Program has awarded support to Professor Maurizio Forte for his project "Vulci 3000 - the City-State: Formation, Development and Transformation", ... Read More »

CLST Professor Alicia Jiménez wins Loeb Classical Library Foundation award to excavate Roman camps near Numantia, Spain

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Prof. A. Jiménez of Duke’s Department of Classical Studies has recently set up an excavation project in Renieblas (Soria, Spain), where at least five Roman camps roughly dated to the 2nd-1st... Read More »

Classical Studies 2016 Research Travel Awards

Friday, April 8, 2016

Congratulations to the Classical Studies 2016 Research Travel Awards Grads Melissa Huber will attend the AAR Summer Program in Roman Epigraphy and stay in Rome for... Read More »

Duke Graduate Student Tripp Young successfully defends his dissertation

Friday, April 1, 2016

Congrats to Tripp Young for successfully defending his dissertation yesterday on "Plato's Cretan Colony: Theology and Religion in the Political Philosophy of the Laws". Well done Dr. Young! Read More »

Classics Professor, Alicia Jiménez invited to Roman Archaeology Conference

Monday, March 14, 2016

Duke Classics Professor, Alicia Jiménez has recently been invited to act as a discussant of the session "REPLICATION AND STANDARDIZATION IN THE ROMAN WORLD" organized by Professor... Read More »

12 Duke Graduates Named Fulbright Scholars

Monday, February 22, 2016

For the 12th straight year, Duke University is one of the top producers of U.S. Fulbright Scholars, with 12 students awarded the latest scholarships, the U.S. Department of State announced Monday.The... Read More »