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Statius Classical Studies professor Kyle Gervais has co-edited Brill’s Companion to Statius, the first companion volume to be produced on the most important Roman poet of the Flavian period. Thirty-four chapters from international experts examine the social, cultural, and political issues surrounding Statius’ poetry; his controversial aesthetic; his use of the poetic tradition; and his scholarly and literary reception in subsequent ages to the present.

Dr. Debra Nousek recently released "A Caesar Workbook" published by Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers Inc, 2012

stainbockBernd Steinbock from the Department of Classical Studies has recently published Social Memory in Athenian Public Discourse from the University of Michegan Press. Read More

geographicClassical Studies professor Elizabeth Greene's photo of Roman shoes is featured in the current issue of National Geographic - Exploring History.