Category Archives: Classics Faculty News
Current and prospective students often want to know about summer research opportunities in the Classics Department. These can take many different forms, depending on the degree of collaboration required, the available funding, and the stage of a professor’s research project(s). … finish reading Summer Research
I am away from Reed this year and teaching at the Centro, where many Reed Classics majors (and several faculty) have studied. Three students are here with me this semester. Today we visited the American Academy, a visit that included … finish reading Reedies in Rome
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
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
And this article by Professor Seidman, of which some Reed Classics folks heard the beginnings, has appeared recently in Eidolon.
In celebration of the 50th birthday of our beloved Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies, an anniversary volume! Check out Chapters 6 and 7. . . .