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.
At the end of February the McMaster Classics Club hosted its first coin workshop at the McMaster Museum of Art (MMA).
This past March the Departments of Classics and Philosophy hosted Dr. Josiah Ober as their Harry Lyman Hooker Distinguished Visiting Professor.
This March the Departments of Classics and Philosophy will be hosting Dr. Josiah Ober as their Harry Lyman Hooker Distinguished Visiting Professor.
The McMaster Classics Club is hosting our Eighth Annual Undergraduate Classics Conference, The Universality of Classics, on March 5th, 2016.
In 1930, the McMaster Classical Club embarked for the first time on a trip to the Royal Ontario Museum.
Researchers have discovered evidence that suggests that the Parthenon may have stored millions of coins.
Congratulations to McMaster Humanities graduates and the Classics Department Class of 2015. Convocation marks the completion of formal education for many of us and provides the occasion to look forward to new endeavours as professionals.