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Guest Speaker Sarah Derbrew
“Hidden Identities: Black Skin in Heliodorus’ ‘Aithiopika’” by Sarah Derbew
Department of Classics 3rd Annual Certamen
On November 12, 2016, the department once again sponsored a lively certamen (quiz competition) for 75 + local Latin high school students and their teachers.
Students flock to new Film Studies co-major
Since its inception in fall 2015, Miami's new Film Studies co-major has already attracted 20 students, with more expected in the near future. The co-major, which students pair with a major in another department, explores topics such as film history, global cinemas, and film theory
French and Italian study abroad programs offer great immersive experiences
This past January, dozens of Miami students took part in three major study abroad opportunities sponsored by the Department of French and Italian, in collaboration with the Department of English
Undergraduate Classics Conference
With the invaluable assistance of a stalwart band of Classics students, the Miami University Department of Classics presented the 15th Annual Classics Conference, March 12, 2016.
Dr. French speaks about the Paris attacks
Assistant professor Nathan French joins other Miami faculty to discuss the recent horrifying events in Paris in their larger contexts.
CAS students grow from experiencing liberte firsthand in the City of Light
Eighteen Miami students were in Paris during Winter Term 2015 participating in the Paris: Cultural Capital winter workshop when 12 people were murdered at the Paris offices of a satirical newspaper
Winter term 2015: students study literature and culture in Paris
Students participating in Paris: Cultural Capital Winter Term programEighteen Miami University students had the opportunity to study in the heart of the City of Lights as part of the inaugural Paris: Cultural Capital Winter Term program in January 2015.
Winter term program in Italy incites the senses
This past winter term, Miami University English professor Jason Palmeri, and Italian professor Daniele Fioretti taught a study abroad program that allowed students to experience Italy with all their senses — and write, about it, too.