We also study the impact of Classical cultures on the world today, and compare Greek and Roman civilization - history, society, literature, science, religion, mythology - with other ancient world cultures.
To help students develop their own interests, we offer a choice of three tracks emphasizing Classical languages (Latin and ancient Greek), literature and culture, or material culture and history.
FALL CLASSICS OPEN HOUSE
Tuesday, October 15th from 6pm - 8pm in SC G040
Learn about travel opportunities, classics clubs and activities, courses in CLCS, Latin, and Greek, and classical studies major/minor tracks. Celebrate our classical language award recipients! FOOD AND FESTIVITIES!
|Purdue students attending Prof. Rauh's archaeological Field School (A. Macallister, R. Kelly, and C. Smith) at the Roman defenses of Lamos in southern Turkey||
Law & Literature Learning Community Students with Prof. Syson