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UC joins historic U.S. academic outreach to Greece

October 31, 2022


The University of Cincinnati will join a historic delegation of U.S. academic institutions on a visit to Greece in November to explore new opportunities for student scholarship in both countries.

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UC Classics professor competes on Jeopardy!

September 22, 2022

A University of Cincinnati Classics professor competed on the quiz show Jeopardy! Kelly Shannon-Henderson, an associate professor of Classics in UC’s College of Arts and Sciences, made her TV debut in the long-running show.

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CCM Play Series opens with dramatic double bill, 'Lysistrata'...

Event: September 29, 2022 8:00 PM

Ellen McLaughlin’s adaptations of Aristophanes’ Lysistrata and Euripides’ The Trojan Women tell stories of women impacted by war and their struggle to take control of their fates. A satirical comedy, Lysistrata focuses on women who try to end the Peloponnesian War by going celibate until their men see reason and lay down their arms. Known as the first anti-war play in the western canon, The Trojan Women focuses on the surviving women who grapple with grief, fear and the total devastation of their homes after their city’s defeat in the Trojan War.

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UC analysis shows Griffin Warrior ruled his homeland

August 25, 2022

Using new scientific tools, University of Cincinnati archaeologists discovered that an ancient Greek leader known today as the Griffin Warrior likely grew up around the seaside city he would one day rule.

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UC students uncover ancient city

August 10, 2022

The Cincinnati Enquirer highlights research by UC associate professor Steven Ellis and his students who are discovering new insights about ancient civilizations in Italy.

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Taft legacy lives on at UC

October 22, 2021

The UC Department of Classics led a walking tour of Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum to shed light on the family’s storied history and long connections to UC.

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Reader's Digest: World's greatest lost cities

August 2, 2021

Reader's Digest cites the work of UC Classics associate professor Steven Ellis in its look at 20 lost cities Ellis is a Roman archaeologist who has conducted work across Italy and Greece.

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