The Program in Ancient Studies offers a Ph.D. Minor to help students develop an interdisciplinary approach to the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean and Near East. The program draws on the faculty of sixteen (16) departments and programs: East Asian Languages and Cultures, Anthropology, Art History, Central Eurasian Studies, Classical Studies, Comparative Literature, Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, History, History and Philosophy of Science, Informatics, Jewish Studies, Musicology, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (including Egyptology), Philosophy, and Religious Studies.
News & Events
Upcoming Symposium on Text and Textuality
A symposium on text and textuality will be held on April 27-28, 2018. Please see Conferences and Symposia for more details.
Post-Classical Greek Reading Group
This group of faculty and students from across the University meets regularly each semester to read Hellenistic-, Roman-, and Byzantine-period Greek texts.
Contact Professor Jeremy Schott (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.