Category Archives: Classics Faculty News

Counterprotest

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Professor Landvatter goes to Cyprus

  Before driving across the country to join the Classics Department, I spent five weeks this summer on Cyprus as a fellow at the Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute (CAARI) to conduct research on the relationships between Cypriot and Egyptian burial … finish reading Professor Landvatter goes to Cyprus

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Professor Sabnis in Algeria

Here’s some stuff in French about the highlight of my summer, a conference on Apuleius in Souk Ahras (Thagaste), Algeria. You can see me speaking next to some flags. And here is a picture of a donkey in Apuleius’ hometown … finish reading Professor Sabnis in Algeria

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Article in Eidolon by Professor Seidman

And this article by Professor Seidman, of which some Reed Classics folks heard the beginnings, has appeared recently in Eidolon.  

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Centro 50th Anniversary volume out now!

In celebration of the 50th birthday of our beloved Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies, an anniversary volume! Check out Chapters 6 and 7. . . .

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