- <a href="/live/image/gid/399/width/650/86399_Classics_main_image.jpg" class="lw_preview_image lw_disable_preview" tabindex="-1"><picture class="lw_image lw_image86399"> <source type="image/jpeg" media="(max-width: 500px)" srcset="/live/image/gid/399/width/500/height/479/crop/1/86399_Classics_main_image.rev.1607381705.jpg 1x"/> <source type="image/jpeg" media="(min-width: 501px)" srcset="/live/image/gid/399/width/720/height/690/crop/1/86399_Classics_main_image.rev.1607381705.jpg 1x"/> <img src="/live/image/gid/399/width/720/height/690/crop/1/86399_Classics_main_image.rev.1607381705.jpg" alt="Professor Kelly with students at an archeological dig site in Italy in 2014." width="720" height="690" data-max-w="905" data-max-h="867" loading="lazy"/> </picture> </a><div class="hero-split_image_caption collapsable-caption"> Professor Kelly with students at an archeological dig site in Italy in 2014.</div>
Ancient Greece and Rome come to life.
The study of Greco-Roman antiquity at Lewis & Clark is interdisciplinary. An exciting aspect of our classics program is that students are not confined to a single academic discipline, and can choose courses on a wide variety of subjects, including art, history, literature, philosophy, politics, and religion. Although the cultures we study in classics flourished long ago, our courses bring ancient Greece and Rome to life. The core classics faculty has won several teaching awards, both national and regional. Our program is one of the few in the country that includes two Society for Classical Studies Excellence in Teaching award winners. All classics degrees include Classical Latin or ancient Greek, so students may study significant works from antiquity in their original language.