Check out this podcast interview with Professors T. H. M. Gellar-Goad and Caitlin Hines about Classics Beyond Whiteness that was recently released by Khameleon Classics!
Check out these pictures from the fifth annual Wake Forest Ancient Olympics, organized by Professor T. H. M. Gellar-Goad, on September 23rd! Photos by Tsing Liu.
We are hiring a tenure-track professor with expertise in race, racism, and Greek & Roman studies this cycle. Check out the link to the job ad here: https://wfu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Faculty_Career_Website_live/job/Assistant-Professor–Department-of-Classical-Languages_R0004831
Congratulations to Professor T. H. M. Gellar-Goad on earning this year’s Leadership Award from the Women’s Classical Caucus! Read more here: https://www.wccclassics.org/award-winners
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Professor Gellar-Goad and his collaborator Christopher B. Polt (Boston College) a $224,081 grant to run an Institute for Higher Education Faculty in summer 2023 on “The Performance of Roman Comedy.” This grant is the largest-ever federal grant earned by a humanities professor at Wake Forest University. … Continue Reading: T. H. M. Gellar-Goad wins massive NEH grant
Check out these photos from the study abroad program “The Art, Archaeology, and Culture of Ancient Greece” – May 2022! In the middle of our first group dinner at Εύχαρις where we had some amazing Greek food. (May 9) Photo and caption by student Shannon Cummings. The stunning view of the… Continue Reading: Photos from “The Art, Archaeology, and Culture of Ancient Greece”
Check out these photos from the 118th Annual CAMWS Meeting! Click on each picture to make it bigger. For more photos, check out our department social media pages. All photos taken by Jess Martin with Red Cardinal Studio.
Congratulations to Professor Amy Lather! Dr. Lather’s book Materiality and Aesthetics in Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry was recently published with Edinburgh University Press. This book illuminates the reciprocal interaction between minds and materials as a fundamental feature of ancient Greek aesthetics. Combining New Materialist and cognitive methodologies, Dr. Lather shows the different ways in which matter interacted… Continue Reading: Professor Amy Lather’s Book Published
The Body Unbound: Literary Approaches to the Classical Corpus was recently published and includes a chapter written by T. H. M. Gellar-Goad titled “Sinister Adaptation: Sensationalism and Violence Against Women in Anglo-American Cinema and Roman Drama.” Check it out here: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-65806-9_11