The UCLA Department of Classics is one of three Humanities departments at UCLA ranked in the top ten nationally in the last National Research Council report. Classics forms the foundation for the Humanities. Philology, philosophy, government (including democracy), the theater, linguistics, archaeology, literary theory and many other fields have their origins in the Classics. The UCLA Department of Classics has a robust undergraduate and graduate program. Each year we teach an average of 2,000 undergraduate students various aspects of Greek and Roman culture, literature, philology, archaeology, and history. We have a dedicated and diverse faculty of scholars and teachers,...Learn More About Us
New faculty position available in The Program in Indo-European Studies and the Department of Classics
The Program in Indo-European Studies and the Department of Classics at the University of California, Los Angeles, have been authorized to make an appointment to a full-time...
Professor Hannah Čulík-Baird’s new review of Untangling Blackness in Greek Antiquity by Sarah F. Derbew
Professor Hannah Čulík-Baird's new review of Sarah F. Derbew's Untangling Blackness in Greek Antiquity (2022), has been published today. Sarah Derbew’s Untangling Blackness in Greek Antiquity (2022) is a...
The Latest Edition of the Classics Department Newsletter is available now
The UCLA Department of Classics is pleased to announce the Summer 2023 Edition of the Newsletter. In it you'll get the latest news on faculty and graduate...
On Saturday, October 14th at 3pm, Prof. Julia Tulke from Emory University will be presenting a talk entitled "Aesthetics of Crisis: Political Street Art and Graffiti in Athens." https://t.co/YMItI5b532
— UCLA Classics (@ClassicsAtUCLA) October 2, 2023
The latest edition of the UCLA Department of Classics Newsletter is live and available now! To read the latest news regarding the department’s faculty, students, research, new publications and more, check out the Summer 2023 edition here!https://t.co/qaDxXFSCwd
— UCLA Classics (@ClassicsAtUCLA) August 25, 2023
Let Plutarch help you throw your summer dinner party: Prof. Bryant Kirkland’s article on ideas of friendship and variety is out today in the *Journal of Hellenic Studies* https://t.co/mHpf8lKEKO
— UCLA Classics (@ClassicsAtUCLA) July 19, 2023