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Congratulations to Prof Kirkland!
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Bryant Kirkland on the publication of his first book, *Herodotus and Imperial Greek Literature: Criticism, Imitation, Reception*, out today from Oxford University Press! https://tinyurl.com/3r5jktcs
Teaching Abortion Ancient and Modern in a Post-Roe v Wade World
Prof Richlin has co-authored an SCS blog post with University of Michigan Classics colleague Prof Bruce Frier entitled "'Deeply rooted in history': Teaching abortion ancient and modern...
Helen Caldwell Awards
Warm congratulations to Nicholas Guymon, Cindy Liu, and Dido Wang, all winners of the 2022 Helen Caldwell Award for Outstanding Major. This is the highest honor the...