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Homerathon was a success!

Homerathon was a huge success! Congrats CAMS!! The recent UIC/National Hellenic Museum Homerathon was covered in a segment on WGN.  There’s a nice interview with Young Kim and a lot of shots of…

John Vaio (1939-2021)

The Department of Classics and Mediterranean Studies was saddened to learn of the passing on November 19, 2021 of Dr. John Vaio (1939-2021), Professor Emeritus of Classics. After receiving his doctorate from Columbia…

Burns blogs about her Calliope's Library project for the SCS

Krishni Burns, Lecturer of Latin, recently blogged about her new project Calliope’s Library: Books for Young Readers for the Society for Classical Studies. In the post, Burns details the project’s genesis as well…

Young Kim reflects on American multilingualism in Newsweek op-ed

Young Richard Kim, associate professor and head of Classics and Mediterranean Studies and associate professor of History, recently published an op-ed piece with Newsweek. In it he writes about multilingualism in American culture…

Young Kim interviewed on WBEZ

Young Richard Kim, associate professor and Head of Classics and Mediterranean Studies, joined WBEZ’s “Reset” for a discussion about the origin of the model minority myth and how it impacted Asian Americans growing…

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"Casina" adaptation by Classics major - mark your calendars!

Mark your calendars for April 30th and the opening (via livestream) of a new adaptation of Plautus’s Casina by UIC Classical Studies major Luana Davila! Additional details coming soon. Promotional Flyer Produced by Columbia…

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New edited volume by Young Kim

The Cambridge Companion to the Council of Nicaea, edited by Young Kim, Associate Professor and Head of Classics and Mediterranean Studies, was released in January 2021 by Cambridge University Press. Part of the…