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D. Bridget Buxton on the ‘Holy Grails’ of underwater archaeology

Dr. Bridget Buxton, associate professor of history at the University of Rhode Island, presented a lecture on “Underwater Archaeology: The New Holy Grails” on Nov. 10, 2016 at the the University Read More

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Our Alums Explore Cultural Horizons

  Our alumni have had extraordinary careers: from CIA personnel to medical translators, their paths have led them in diverse directions, but many have been able to foster or even Read More

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Dr. Annette Giesecke is the new Elias Ahuja Professor of Classics

Dr. Annette Giesecke  is the new Elias Ahuja Professor of Classics, effective 1 Sept 2016.  

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Digital Rome: Visualizing Urbanism on Roman North Africa

On March 3, 2016 Dr. Thomas Morton, Visiting Assistant Professor in the Growth and Structure of Cities Department at Bryn Mawr College, spoke on ancient Roman architecture and urbanism in Read More

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Reactivation of UD’s chapter of the National Society Eta Sigma Phi: Delta Tau

The National Society Eta Sigma Phi has announced the reactivation of our chapter, Delta Tau, and our recent initiation! Here is a link to their article: Blue Hens are Back! Read More

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Harvard Professor Stephen Greenblatt on “Lucretius and the Toleration of Intolerable Ideas” at UD

One of the world’s most celebrated scholars, Harvard professor Stephen Greenblatt crafted both an innovative work of history and a thrilling story of discovery. In this work, entitled The Swerve, he Read More

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Karen DiGangi (BAFLL Classics, Italian minor 2014)

Karen DiGangi (BAFLL Classics, Italian minor 2014) works for Tenon Tours, an international travel company.

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Dr. Annette Giesecke and Naomi Jacobs, THE GOOD GARDENER? Nature, Humanity, and the Garden

Dr. Annette Giesecke and Naomi Jacobs (editors and contributors), THE GOOD GARDENER? Nature, Humanity, and the Garden (London: Artifice books on architecture, 2015). THE GOOD GARDENER? illuminates both the foundations Read More

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On languages, literatures and cultures: A Message from the Interim Chairperson

The importance of language in shaping and defining human civilization and culture has long been understood. Among those who, millennia ago, remarked on the power of language was Sophocles, the Read More

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