Greek and Roman Studies

Greek and Roman Studies

Greek and Roman Studies, Undergraduate Administrator
  • Andrea McIntyre
  • (613) 520-2809
  • Fax: (613) 520-3988
  • 300 Paterson Hall
  • 9:00-12:00, 1:00-4:30
Greek and Roman Studies, Advisor
  • Greg Fisher
  • (613) 520-2600x 8425
  • Fax: (613) 520-3988
  • 2A54 Paterson Hall

Greek and Roman Studies (also known as Classics) is the study of the ancient civilization of Greece and Rome. At its broadest, this includes literature, language, history, mythology, religion, philosophy, politics, social and economic life, technology, art, architecture and archaeology. Classics is the study of a sophisticated and highly influential civilization, viewed in its entirety.

 

 

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New Corvus Journal Spring 2014

Corvus, now in its fourth year of publication, is an undergraduate level journal that allows students to come together to produce a highly professional undergraduate journal. Being completely student... More

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Canadian Institute for Mediterranean Studies Annual General Meeting of the Ottawa Chapter

Sunday, April 6th at 4 p.m. Paterson 303, Carleton University (Parking 1.) Map of campus The meeting will be followed at 5 pm by remarks by Dr. Shane Hawkins, Professor of Greek and Roman Studies,... More

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 in Greek and Roman Studies Feed for all posts filed under Greek and Roman Studies

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Corvus Launch April 3rd

Join us, Thursday, April 3rd at 5:30pm in Paterson Hall Room 303 to celebrate the launch of the next installment of the Corvus Undergraduate Journal! A particular invitation is extended to all first-... More

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Lecture March 13th: Brotherhood of Late Antique Empires: The Romans in Persian Historical Imagination

Professor Touraj Daryaee, University of California, Irvine Thursday March 13 Paterson Hall 303 Reception 4:45 Talk begins at 5:45 Touraj Daryaee is the Howard C. Baskerville Professor in the History... More

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Tombs With A View: Unravelling Mysteries in the ‘Royal’ Necropolis of Petra

The College of the Humanities Presents:  Dr. Lucy Wadeson Tombs With A View:  Unravelling Mysteries in the ‘Royal’ Necropolis of Petra February 27th, 2014 5:30 pm in 303 Paterson Hall.... More

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Classics Society Movie Night

Movie Night:  Thursday, February 13, 2014 @ 6pm PA 303 A Screening of ‘The Raiders of the Lost Ark’... More

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014 in Greek and Roman Studies Feed for all posts filed under Greek and Roman Studies

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Holiday Office Closure

Monday December 23rd is the last day the offices in the College of the Humanities (B.Hum, Greek and Roman Studies and Religion departments) will be open.  The offices are closed on December 24th and... More

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Praise for Medea

Euripides’ Medea A statement by Ambassador Eleftherios Anghelopoulos on the occasion of Euripides’s Medea performance in Ottawa, November 14th The Medea cast from Carleton University with... More

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FGRS Newsletter Volume 6

The latest FGRS newsletter can be found here.... More

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