Recognizing Kaitlyn Stiles for being offered three highly prestigious awards to fund her doctoral work in Mediterranean archaeology and bioarchaeology.
Recognizing Aleydis van der Moortel for receiving received a prestigious fellowship from the American School of Classical Studies in Athens.
The Hymn to Hermes, while surely the most amusing of the so-called Homeric Hymns, also presents an array of challenging problems.
Author: Christine Shepardson
The politically embroiled and sharply divided Council of Nicaea (325) provided a turbulent beginning to Christianity’s struggle for self-definition in the political arena. This book investigates the complex anti-Jewish and anti-Judaizing rhetoric of Ephrem, a fourth-century poet, deacon, and theologian from easter