Classical Studies Colloquium

The Classical Studies Colloquium is a showcase of student research in our department that normally occurs near the end of spring semester each year.  Organized by students in the Classical Studies Seminar, our  College 400 capstone course for seniors and other advanced students, the colloquium focuses on a different theme each year based on the interests of the students and their faculty mentor.  Click on the links below for more details.

Classical Studies Colloquium 2020 (upcoming April 25!): Treks and Tales: Mobility in Antiquity (faculty mentor: William Hutton)

Classical Studies Colloquium 2019: The Augustan Age (faculty mentor: Georgia Irby)

Classical Studies Colloquium 2018: Spectacle and Cultural Reception (faculty mentor: William Hutton)