New edition of the Corpus Caesarianum now available:


Debra Nousek has published three essays as part of The Landmark Julius Caesar project. Spanning some 800 pages in print, and a further 300+ pages of freely available online material, The Landmark Julius Caesar is the definitive edition of the five works that chronicle the military campaigns of Julius Caesar. Together, these five narratives present a comprehensive picture of military and political developments leading to the collapse of the Roman republic and the advent of the Roman Empire. Debra’s contributions cover Caesar’s reputation as a literary author, his legacy as a classroom text, and the literary features of The Gallic War in particular. The full range of Web Essays can be found via the above link.

Catherine Pratt recently gave a paper at the ROM.
SASAH graduate joined the Vindolanda Field School

Roman Letters Discovered at Vindolanda

Congratulations, Dr. Wright!

Congratulations to our graduating MA students: Meagan Robinson, Cody Andersson, Morgan Kostiew and Edin Gurdic!
Beth Greene and Alex Meyer awarded SSHRC Connection Grant

Explore Classical Studies

Faculty Spotlight

Elizabeth Greene
Dr. Greene's current excavation project is at the site of Vindolanda in northern Britain. Her research projects focus on social aspects of Roman military life, conquest and change in the Roman provinces, and Roman shoes and leather artifacts.

Alumni Spotlight

Program Highlights
Tim Wright received his PhD at Spring Convocation. Dr. Wright defended his dissertation Homeric Kinship on the Margins of the Oikos, supervised by Prof. Christopher Brown, in December and has accepted a position at Queen's University.