The Department of the Classics offers a variety of courses in the languages and literatures of ancient Greece and Rome. Explore Harvard’s peerless libraries and scholarly resources as you deepen your knowledge of classical antiquity. Cambridge and the vibrant Boston area, with its museums, cultural events and attractive recreational areas, also have much to offer for students’ leisure time. Read more about Summer Classics at Harvard University
We are pleased to announce the workshop "Law, Economics, and Society: Purchase and Sale in Ancient Law and its Reception," to take place at Harvard University, April 22–23. The workshop will bring together scholars from the USA, UK, and Europe to explore the ways in which the law(s) of sale and purchase in the Ancient Greek and Roman world interact with and are affected by economic factors and local customs. Read more about Ancient Law Workshop: April 22–23
An article in the Harvard Crimsondiscusses the feasibility of a Classics concentration for pre-med students: "Over the course of the past few years, the Classics Department has mapped out and publicized a dedicated plan of study for concentrators who are also on the pre-med track."
In a recent Gazette article, “Harvard sophomore [Matthew DeShaw ’18] finds support for his concentration in Ancient History (Greek and Roman), which allows him to pursue his passions ‘while maintaining marketability in an increasingly competitive world.’”
The paper delivered by Kathleen Coleman at a panel on “The Future of Classical Education” at the annual meeting of the Society for Classical Studies in San Francisco in January has been posted on the SCS website. Read more about Classics looks East