The ancient Greeks had a maxim, “Know Yourself.” What does that even mean? Socrates had some ideas. A conversation with Christopher Moore, assistant professor of Philosophy and Classics at Penn State.
Conversations with sixteen classical scholars from the 2018 meeting of the Society for Classical Studies.
What the study of antiquity means to five seniors graduating from Vassar College with degrees in Greek and Roman Studies: Allison Sugino, Jonathan Chung, Jordy Carrick, Michael Oosterhout, and Haley Ryan.
Loud music, 27 hours on a bike, and a crowd-sourced translation of a giant ancient dictionary.
On the origin of the idea of “Europe” and of anti-Islamic rhetoric. You may be surprised to learn which one came first.
How do you study a world that’s been almost entirely lost? And when you do, what do you notice about the loss of our own cultural heritage?
Looking back on a life of activism through the lens of Herodotus and Thucydides, with Carolyn Dewald (Bard College).
What is it like to be the person who attempts to give those who don’t know Ancient Greek access to Greek tragedies?