Dartmouth College. Department of Classics
The Department of Classisc is at the center of what liberal arts education at Dartmouth can be. The Department of Classics offers a wide-ranging curriculum taught by a research faculty firmly committed to excellence in undergraduate education. We offer courses on every aspect of ancient life and thought, from the Greek and Latin languages to literature, history, philosophy, archaeology and the study of the material cultures of ancient Greece and Rome. The first professorship was founded in Greek in 1879. The Daniel Webster Professorship of Latin was founded in 1882.
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
The collection contains Year-end reviews, historical program info, visual resources, booklets, course schedules and evaluations, enrollments, teaching schedules, and text book lists.
The records document some of the activities of the Department of Classics, including lectures, events, Benefactors Fund, First Year Orientations, seminars, Greek Prize, Latin placement, and Intern applications.