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Interdepartmental Program in Greek and Roman History

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“RayFest” Honors Professor Ray Van Dam

Current, Former Students Organize Conference on “Cities, Saints, and Memory in Late Antiquity”

The Organization of the Construction Industry in Classical Athens

IGPRH and Classical Studies welcomes Cristina Carusi (U. of Texas, Austin) to campus to challenge ideas about traditional views of classical construction.

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The Interdepartmental Program in Greek and Roman History (IPGRH) is a doctoral program jointly sponsored by the Departments of History and Classical Studies. Our core faculty of 9 professors and 17 affiliated faculty members cover almost every facet of the ancient Mediterranean world. We offer exceptional depth in social, political, and cultural history broadly defined, especially the study of religion; science, technology, and medicine; environmental history; intellectual history; gender studies; and papyrology.