Congratulations to one of our former graduate students, Alastair Blanshard (PhD 1999), who has been appointed the inaugural Paul Eliadis Chair of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Queensland.
Congratulations to Professor Mary Beard on winning the Presenter category at Sky's Women in Film and TV awards.
The Oxbridge Classics Day 2014 will be hosted at Cambridge on May 2nd.
Watch Professor Cartledge's lecture to the Hellenic Society (12/11/13) on the Oath of Plataea and his new book 'After Thermopylae'.
The Faculty of Classics welcomes applications for Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships. These are 3-year post-doctoral awards. Applications must be received in electronic form by the Faculty Administrator, Mrs Jane Fisher-Hunt (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 12 noon on Monday 6 January 2014.
The Faculty is delighted to congratulate Victoria Brignell on her Honorary Doctorate of Arts conferred by Anglia Ruskin University.
The termly information sheet, containing details of new appointments, language courses, prizes, current visitors to the faculty, and more.
The RCL project's dig this summer uncovered a 1st-century BCE theatre which revolutionises our understanding of Interamna Lirenas.
Congratulations to Professor Mary Beard for being awarded an honorary doctorate from St Andrews University.
The Faculty will host a 670,000-pound AHRC project for 2013-17, entitled 'Greek in Italy: investigating the linguistic effect of the long-term presence of Greek speakers on the languages of Ancient Italy.'
The Museum of Classical Archaeology has again been given Full Accreditation by the Arts Council!
Congratulations to Richard Hunter, who has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy.
Professor Simon Goldhill's latest two books have both won academic prizes.
The preliminary report for the 2012 fieldwork season is now available.
Cambridge has once again come top of the Guardian's league table of Classics departments in the UK.