Picturing Virgil’s Pastorals in Graphic Novel Style
The Department of Classics invites students to share in the study of the language, literature, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome and the civilizations they helped to shape. We offer an undergraduate major and minor, including honors option, and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. Because we are a small and collegial department, students have the opportunity to work closely with distinguished faculty and to develop individualized or collaborative research programs.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015, 5:00 PM, LVL 17
“Roman Exempla and Cultural Memory”
Thursday December 4, at 5:00 PM, THH 301
"Poseidon and his Youths on Cape Sounion: The Archaic Sanctuary, the Colossal Kouroi, and Political Dedications in Early-Sixth-Century Attica"
“Understanding and Writing about Same-Sex Desire between Men in the Later Roman Empire”
In this talk Mark will speak of the challenges in and reasons for writing about same-sex desire among men in the Roman empire of the 300s and 400s CE. Speaking specifically from his disciplinary location as a Classicist, he will also address evidence and conclusions in his new book, Man to Man: Desire, Homosociality and Authority in Late-Roman Manhood (Ohio 2014).
Mark Masterson is Senior Lecturer of Classics at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He has published articles and book chapters on Statius, Vitruvius, the Historia Monachorum, Eugene O’Neill, Emperor Julian, Arnobius and Iamblichus, St. Augustine and current New Zealand health policy, the state of masculinity studies in Classics. His monograph, Man to Man: Desire, Homosociality, and Authority in Late-Roman Manhood (Ohio) will be released in late October.
Jacob Mackey will be presenting a talk titled, “Virginibus puerisque canto: Children, shared intentionality, and religious transmission in pagan Rome,” on Thursday, October 23, at 12:00 PM, in THH 118. Please RSVP to email@example.com by Tuesday at noon.
Heaven and Earth: Perspectives on Greece's Byzantium
Hear about the undergraduate Classics major from professors and undergrads in our video, Classics at USC Dornsife.