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NOVEMBER 18th - McClanahan Lecture Series presents: "(Re)introducing the Henderson Collection of Ancient Coins," Professor Noel Lenski (UCB Classics)
Please join us for this exciting lecture!
NOVEMBER 13th at 5:00pm. Join us, to celebrate the McClanahan Graduate Essay Prize lecture: "Joyless Mirth: The Timai of Laughter Loving Aphrodite," by Sidney Christman
NOVEMBER 13th :: AIA Lecture Series presents- "Architecture and the Assemblage at the Site of Polis-Chrysochous on Cyprus," by William R. Caraher (University of North Dakota)
Tuesday, November 11th at 5:00pm :: Poet and Translator, Robin Robertson, reads his new collection of poetry
CU Classics in the News: At one of the most important archaeological sites in the Near East, remains of antiquity’s dead breathe more life into Professor Beth Dusinberre's scholarship and classrooms
Professor Dusinberre had been invited to complete the study of a series of burial mounds, called tumuli, at Gordion. Her task: to finish the manuscript begun by the late Ellen Kohler, an eminent scholar who was part of a team of University of Pennsylvania archaeologists who began excavating the site in 1950. Please follow the link to read more: http://artsandsciences.colorado.edu/magazine/2014/10/archaeologist-digs-...
AIA Lecture Series presents- "Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga," by William W. Fitzhugh (Smithsonian Institution) Wednesday, October 22nd
“The past still matters. The past is not dead. It’s not even past, as Faulkner said. It’s still very much alive.” Christian Kopff, Associate Professor: CU Classics
Check out this faculty focus on Christian Kopff, an associate professor of Classics.
WARP is an interdisciplinary archaeological project under the aegis of the Canadian Institute in Greece and the Hellenic Ministry of Culture. It seeks to understand the nature of human activity in the western Argolid (southern Greece) in all periods of prehistory and history.
To follow this exciting project in it's entirety, please follow this link here.
HOW TO REGISTER
- Registration begins March 10th. The course is offered through University of Colorado Boulder (Continuing Education).
If you are a non-University of Colorado student (or a University of Colorado student enrolling in a class for the first time), you must fill out the online application: conted....
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