Elizabeth Greene Chats with Nino Ricci
In this episode, Nino and guest Elizabeth Greene dig deep into the world of archeology. An Associate Professor of Classics in Western’s Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Beth investigates Roman sites in northern England. She co-developed and co-leads a six-week intensive field school program at Vindolanda where Western students engage in field archaeology through invaluable experiential learning.
Register now for "Environmental Entanglements: Climate and Physis in the Ancient World", a colloquium sponsored by the Deparment of Classical Studies.
Catherine Pratt and Charles Stocking participated in roundtable discussion with CHS.
Bernd Steinbock attended an international workshop on “Combat Stress in the Pre-Modern” .
Kelly Olson gave a talk at the Art Institute of Chicago on "Fashion and Elegance in Ancient Rome."
Read. Watch. Listen. with Alexander Meyer.
Kelly Olson gave a talk for the Canadian Opera Company.
Explore Classical Studies
Elizabeth Greene has been awarded a SSHRC Partnership Development Grant for a joint project with the Vindolanda Trust in the UK that will allow a team of Western faculty, graduate students and undergrads to take part in the exciting initiatives at Vindolanda with research taking place both in the museum and on the excavations. Read more.