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Dr. Jordan Pickett spoke last week about the archaeology of epidemics -- past and present, including CoVid19 and the Justinianic Plague -- on the Infectious Historians podcast, produced by colleagues Lee Mordechai and Merle Eisenberg from the Princeton Climate Change and History Research…

UGA Classics Summer Institute classes met online this year. Among students enrolled: first-year MA student Cooper Hemphill. The following is a Q&A with Cooper (photo in front of a statue of Archimedes in Siracusa, Sicily).

The Forum Gallery in the UGA Department of Classics presents a Virtual Exhibition of John Linton Chapman's painting, "Via Appia" (1867).

Pictured here: Dr. John Nicholson, Director, with Classics Summer Institute alumni visiting Athens in 2018

2019 UGA Classics MA Alumna, Hana Aghababian, currently a PhD student in Classics at Cornell University, describes her experience as a Fulbright grant recipient.

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