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May 26, 2022

"Ancient slavery wasn't based on race." "Rome was an ethnic melting pot! Everyone was granted citizenship!"

Dr Rebecca Futo Kennedy from Denison University's Classics Department joins us to talk about the ways ancient societies classified and otherized people into racial or ethnic groups, as well as the different legal...

May 26, 2022

What did sexual and romantic relationships look like in ancient Greece and Rome? What was normalized? What was taboo? 

Dr Miriam Kamil, recent alumna from Harvard's Classics Department joins us to talk about queer representations in ancient texts, as well as the historical erasure of queerness in academic literature....

May 26, 2022

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion pedagogy. What is it, and why is it relevant in the Classics classroom?

Dr Ellen Lee from the University of Pittsburgh Classics Department joins us to talk about actionable strategies for making the study of Latin and the Classics relevant and engaging for modern students.

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