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Information on the locations of upcoming events and a downloadable campus map can be found below.
March 1 @ 5:00 p.m. in IC 120: Organizational meeting for CLAS/VISA 3M24 Study Tour to Turkey participants
Please contact Prof. Elizabeth Greene (email@example.com) or Fanny Dolansky (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
March 1 @ 6:15-8:00 p.m. in IC 335 and 304: Moving On - Classics Careers Night
Wondering what are the best courses for you to take next year? Perplexed about life after university? Take the opportunity to start planning the next step in your career while enjoying an evening of pizza and conversation with your fellow Classicists. Brock Classics alumnae Nicola Jago, Curatorial Assistant, Aurora Historical Society and Jennifer Phenix, Sheridan College will speak about how studying Classics helped them in their career path. Plus the early scoop on next year’s courses and how to register for them. Surgite!
March 9 @ 10:30 a.m. in AS 201: 24th Annual BUAS Symposium on pedagogy and education
For a list of speakers and information about purchasing tickets, please see the BUAS Symposium webpage.
April 1 @ 7:00 p.m. in IC 335: Department of Classics Research Seminar Series talk on Jewish Hellenistic poetry
Dr. Andrew Faulkner (University of Waterloo) will present a paper entitled "Jewish Hellenistic Verse and the Poetics of Philo Senior." A light reception will follow the talk in the Faculty of Humanities Lounge (IC 306). All are welcome to attend.
April 5 @ 5:15 in AS 215: AIA lecture on Lydia
Dr. Christopher Roosevelt (Boston University) will present an illustrated lecture entitled "Homer and Maeonia: Lydia before the Lydians." Complimentary coffee and cookies will follow the talk and discussion. All are welcome to attend.
April 28: Special event to celebrate the Niagara Peninsula Society of the AIA's 45th anniversary
The theme of the evening will be "ancient drinking and dining." Tickets (details to be posted soon) will include dinner, a silent auction, and illustrated talks by two members of the Department of Classics:
Please note the various seminars and lectures hosted by the Department of Classics at the University at Buffalo, as well as lectures and conferences sponsored by IEMA (Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology at the University at Buffalo).
The Department of Classics is located in the International Centre Building (IC). It is marked #34 on the campus map which you can download here or use the interactive version by clicking on the campus map link at the bottom of this page. This 3-storey grey building is located on Norman Road (accessible from both Glenridge Avenue and St David's Road) between Quarryview Residence and the 573A Glenridge Building. There is pay & display parking available in the lot directly in front of the building as well as in the lot marked EA next to East Academic (#25 on the campus map). For other events on campus, such as the AIA lectures located in Academic South (#21 -- please note that it is labeled as "South Block" on the map), visitor pay & display parking is available in Lots D and P, as well as in metred parking in front of the Schmon Tower.