Due to recent updates to the University’s policies as it relates to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Classics Department has made the difficult decision to cancel all events for the rest of the academic year. The health and safety of our community are the main concern for the department. When events have been rescheduled, we will update our website and resume sending invitations via our mailing list.
Due to recent updates to the University’s policies as it relates to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Classics Department has been encouraged to review our events and invitations to off-campus participants for the remainder of the academic year. As such, we ask that any members of the public (including alumni/ae) consider their own health and also the wellbeing of others before deciding to travel to campus to attend Classics events.
Jamie Flynn, a Senior, and a concentrator in Classics @ Brown, has published a book review of Paul Rahe's recent work on Sparta's strategy and foreign policy during the mid-5th century BCE. The review appears in The American Interest and you can read it online.
The Department of Classics at Brown University shares the deep concern expressed by individuals relating to the climate around inclusivity in the Paideia Institute. Classics @ Brown is removing its support of the Paideia organization and will no longer use Department funds to support its students' participation in Paideia programs.