School:Classics

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WELCOME TO THE SCHOOL OF
Classics

PART OF THE FACULTY FOR HUMANITIES.



Classics is the study of the ancient world. It encompasses art, politics, history, literature, language and archeology. Classics is also concerned with the later reception of those artifacts - such as the use of Medieval Latin, or modern architecture's ancient roots. The traditional European university was concerned chiefly with Greece and Rome, but this school hopes to represent "classical" culture from across the globe.

Welcome[edit]

Students, please start here!

Current Departments[edit]

European Classics[edit]

Indian Classics[edit]

East Asian Classics[edit]

Future Departments[edit]

We are a young school; the following future departments have been proposed.

  • Classical & Near Eastern Archaeology
  • Oral literature

Written literature[edit]



Participate[edit]

For more information on current works in project and proposed departments please see Participate

Active Participants

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Learning Resources[edit]

For now, any learning resources will be placed here. This will help editors when searching for resources to place within departments.

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