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  • Classics Must Be Anti-Racist

    Dan-el Padilla Peralta teaching Roman history at Princeton in 2016. Classics Must Be Anti-Racist: The Classics Studies Department’s Anti-Racism Working Group at Penn By: Cecelia Heintzelman   Classics is at breaking point, one where it must decide to be actively anti-racist. Our seemingly small field exploded into public controversy after the recent publishing of the […]

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  • Catullus 101: Hello and Goodbye

    Amiternum relief, first century BCE, showing a Roman funeral procession, in the Museo Nazionale d’Abruzzo, L’Aquila, Italy. By Sara Albert   Catullus 101 Multās per gentēs et multa per aequora vectus      adveniō hās miserās, frāter, ad īnferiās, ut tē postrēmō dōnārem mūnere mortis      et mūtam nēquīquam alloquerer cinerem. quandoquidem fortūna mihī tētē abstulit ipsum.      heu […]

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