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Angela Bell, who earned her M.A. in Foreign Language Education at UGA, taught Latin for nine years and has now been named the University System Head of Research. Read more here!

Read Bart Koet's (BA 1996) review of Dreams as Divine Communication in Christianity: From Hermas to Aquinas. Studies in the history and anthropology of religion.

http://www.bmcreview.org/2014/05/20140547.html

On October 24-25 students in Assistant Professor Mark Abbe's Classics-Art History course "Approaches to the Study of Greek and Roman Sculpture" travelled to the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh to study the museum's important and diverse collection of classical statuary.

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