The Bowdoin College Museum of Art recently added an Egyptian portrait created nearly 2,000 years ago to its esteemed collections.
This spring, Prof. Michael Nerdahl’s students in Classics 214 have been immersed in a simulation of the Roman senate, spanning the years 190-187 B.C.
Classics majors Mary Kelly ’10 and Darian Reid-Sturgis ’09 both went on to teach at private schools, and this summer both ended up fellows at the Klingenstein Center’s Summer Institute at Teachers College, Columbia University.
This summer, Max Brandstadt ’13 has received a Martha Reed Coles Arts and Humanities Fellowship to begin researching an honors project that blends religion, history, and Asian studies.
Members of the 207-year-old Peucinian Society – a literary group and Bowdoin’s oldest student organization – recently read the complete Iliad aloud from the Bowdoin College Museum of Art steps. In previous years, Peucinian members have read the Odyssey during their annual Homer-a-thon, but this year decided to tackle the longer Iliad. “The record for […]