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Blog: Ancient Worlds, Modern Communities: Supporting Projects in Archaeology, Philology, Pedagogy, and Film

By Nina Papathanasopoulou | Friday, August 26, 2022
Four fragments of pottery with different marks on each. Beneath each photo of a pottery sherd is a drawing of that sherd. From left to right, the sherds are labeled Geometric Mark, Complex Mark, Script Sign, and Multi-sign.

Blog: Dissertation Spotlight: Signs of Writing? Writing and Trade in the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean

By cassdonn | Monday, June 6, 2022
A bronze bust of a man with short, wavy hair and a slightly pained expression on his face.

Blog: Dissertation Spotlight: The Shape of an Empire: Environments, Economies, and the Nature of the Seleucid State

By dmklokow | Monday, October 18, 2021
Two pairs of teachers and students. The teacher on the left, seated on an uncushioned stool, plays a flute, his mantle pushed down to his waist. His young pupil stands facing him, wrapped in his mantle. The teacher in the center is seated on a cushion.

Blog: Contingent Faculty Series: A Conversation with Dr. Stephanie Kimmey

By skimmey | Monday, October 4, 2021
A large, brown-skinned man, nude with a beard, stands amid a group of smaller men in togas. He is standing on some men and holding others in his hands.

Blog: Dissertation Spotlight: Racialized Commodities: Thinking about Trade, Mobility, and Race in the Archaic Mediterranean

By Christopher Parmenter | Monday, September 27, 2021

Blog: Making Greek Vases Come to Life Through Animation

By Sonya Nevin | Friday, February 14, 2020

Blog: Exploring the Newly Reopened Domus Transitoria, Nero’s First Palace on the Palatine Hill

By Agnes Crawford | Friday, October 11, 2019
Header Image: Late antique mosaic likely depicting Theseus sailing away from the Labyrinth (Utica, Tunisia, 3rd C CE, now at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Image by Sarah E. Bond).

Blog: Addressing the Divide Between Art History and Classics

By Kathryn Topper | Thursday, August 1, 2019

Blog: Addressing the Divide Between Archaeology and Classics

By Sarah Bond | Friday, June 21, 2019

Blog: Dissertation Spotlight: Understanding the Roman Appropriation of Ancient Egyptian Religion

By Vivian Laughlin | Friday, May 10, 2019

Blog: Conversations with Classicists: Interview Podcasts

By Christopher Polt | Wednesday, December 26, 2018