Today I woke up in the beautiful beach town Essaouira. Although I am unable to return home to the US, I must admit, Morocco is not a bad place to be stuck. After making breakfast in a brightly lit Airbnb […]
Farmer, M. 2020. “Theopompus’ Homer: Paraepic in Old and Middle Comedy.” Classical Philology 115.3:339–364 Abstract: The remains of the comic poet Theopompus suggest an author preoccupied with Homer: three of twenty titles reference the Odyssey (Odysseus, Penelope, Sirens), a fragment without title shows Odysseus […]
Welcome to Haverford’s classics.sites. Here we plan to feature student and faculty work and experiences in the department, as well as provide timely updates about our program! Our department website still includes program requirements, faculty bios, and more.
The Department of Classics joyfully welcomes its newest faculty member, Prof. Ava Shirazi. In the fall, she will be teaching a first-year writing seminar and an upper-level Greek seminar, Poetics and Poiesis: Philosophy, Performance, and the Crafts, as well as […]
Greetings! ΧΑΙΡΕ! Salve!O-ORALiTea is here! Every spring for the last 15 years, students and faculty from Haverford and Bryn Mawr (and sometimes beyond) have gathered to perform favorite moments from Greek and Latin literature (Oral Recitation of Ancient Literature + Tea). […]