The Department of Classics at McMaster University will be hosting the CAC annual conference this year from May 7th-9th.
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The Department of Classics is presenting an information session for the Archaeological Field Practicum at Metaponto on Thursday, January 17th, 2019.
Dr. Martin Beckmann will be holding an information session for students interested in participating in the project on December 6, 2:30pm in TSH 701.
The Department of Classics and Faculty of Humanities present a guest lecture by Prof. Paolo Carafa (The University of Rome, “La Sapienza”) on November 1st, 2018
Dr. Spencer Pope, an archaeologist and professor of Classics at McMaster, is working his way backwards in time from modern Italy through the Roman empire, going back nearly 2,600 years in total, to a period when the city of Metaponto was a major Greek settlement on the Mediterranean.
Dr. Angela Hug is joining the Department of Classics at McMaster University as a SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellow.
The online MA and PhD applications (Fall 2019 entry) are now open.
McMaster University and the Department of Classics are pleased to announce the launch of the Centre for Ancient Numismatics (CAN). The CAN creates a platform for hands-on, interactive learning and dynamic research focused on ancient coinage.
Researchers have discovered evidence that suggests that the Parthenon may have stored millions of coins.
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