"Secure in his humanities concentration, junior [and Classics Concentrator] Matthew DeShaw ('18) gains balance and confidence from internships that mixed business with pleasure." Read his reflection at the Harvard Gazette.
Luke Kelly, Classics Concentrator in the Class of 2019, has won the National Collegiate Book-Collecting Contest, under the joint auspices of the National Antiquarian Booksellers Association and the Library of Congress. His exhibit is called 'A Collection of Eugene Walter, King of the Monkeys.' He had already won an equivalent award at Harvard for the same project in the spring, the Visiting Committee Prize for Undergraduate Book Collecting. More… Read more about Classics concentrator wins national award
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.
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. Participants include: Barbara Abatino (Amsterdam/Naples); Jean-Jacques Aubert (Neuchâtel); Cristina Carusi (UT, Austin); Anna di… Read more about Ancient Law Workshop: April 22–23