Internationally recognized expert on Athenian Acropolis will share current research in annual McKibben Lecture, 4:15 p.m. Thurs, April 21.
Seniors Lane Atmore and Chase Booth receive award for postgraduate study and travel abroad.
Expert in ancient Mediterranean art discusses the story behind a Greek sculptor’s masterpiece and its impact on different audiences.
$300K gift includes support to upgrade humanities and social studies learning spaces.
Tunisian Archaeologist Nejib Ben Lazreg lectures on Roman mosaics.
McKibben Lecture: Ruth Scodel listens to Homer’s characters to explore ancient Greek thought about the mind and behavior.
Charles Platter ’81 discussed Plato’s Apology in his Dec. 5 Roberts Lecture “Killing Socrates”
First-year students turn to ancient Greeks for insights into human life and nature.
Intensive academic work in classical Greek studies. Participants take five courses each semester at the Hellenic-American Institute and have access to the museums, libraries, national monuments, and archaeological sites of Athens. Field trips to the Peloponnesus, northern Greece, the Aegean Islands, and other areas.