- 18 September (Thursday): John Hale, Professor, University of Louisville, will discuss "Beyond the Pillars of Heracles: Greeks and Romans in the Far West" for the Classical Art Society of the Art Institute of Chicago. 6:00-7:00pm, Fullerton Hall, Art Institute of Chicago. Lecture free with museum admission (admission is always free with Loyola student ID).
- 16 October (Thursday): Ellen Millender, Professor, Reed College, presents "Greece's Bad Girls: Female Education, Initiation, and Sexual Mores in Classical Sparta" for the Department of Classical Studies at Loyola University Chicago. 7:00-8:00pm, Room TBA, Lake Shore Campus. Reception to follow.
- 17 October (Friday): Ellen Millender, Professor, Reed College, leads a seminar, "Νόμιμα ἀρχαιότροπα καὶ ἄμεικτα: Thucydides' Conceptual Alienation of Sparta" for the Department of Classical Studies at Loyola University Chicago. 4:00pm, Room TBA, Lake Shore Campus. Reception to follow.
- 29 October (Wednesday): Dramatic performance of Seneca's Thyestes. Furibunda Productions, Department of Classical Studies at Loyola University Chicago. time/room TBA.
- 12 November (Wednesday): Zinon Papakonstantinou, Assistant Professor of History and Classics, University of Illinois at Chicago, will present a lecture for the Department of Classical Studies at Loyola University Chicago. details forthcoming.
- November 2015: "The Greeks," major new exhibition of Greek antiquities (some never previously exhibited outside of Greece), will be displayed at Chicago's Field Museum, sponsored by the National Hellenic Museum. See 13 January 2014 news notice in the Chicago Tribune
Recent Department Events
- 25 February (Tuesday): Initiation of new members of Iota Kappa, Loyola's chapter of Eta Sigma Phi, the national collegiate honorary society for students of ancient Greek and Latin, and celebration: all friends of Classics are invited! 4:30pm, Crown Center 200 East/West. Refreshments will be served.
- 28 March (Friday): the Department of Classical Studies presents "The New Sappho Papyrus - a Symposium," 4:00pm, Crown Center 530A.
- 31 March (Monday): extended deadline for submitting essays to the Fr. Matt Creighton, S.J., Undergraduate Essay Contest 2014. Essays must be submitted for the competition both in hard copy and electronically to the departmental Administrative Assistant, Ms. Lillian Hardison.
- 24 April (Thursday): Humanism of Antiquity Oral Demonstration, Mundelein 520, 4:15pm-5:45pm. Friends and supporters welcome. To be followed by the Honors Convocation and End-of-Term Party.
- 24 April (Thursday): Honors Convocation and End-of-Term Party, Mundelein Greenhouse, 5:30pm-7:00pm. Come celebrate excellence in Classical Studies and excellent friendships among Classicists!
This file last updated 12 September 2014 by firstname.lastname@example.org.