Announcing Montclair State University’s 2019 Classics Day celebration from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM on Friday, November 1! Registration on-site begins at 8:30 AM. Classics Day is an annual event sponsored by the Department and by the Institute for the Humanities. This year’s edition — the thirty-first, since its inception in 1989 — includes talks by Montclair State University’s Classics and Humanities faculty on Virgil as a medieval sorcerer, the Pygmalion myth in modern film, the evidence for Cleopatra as a historical figure, and characters from Greek and Sanskrit epic compared. The program culminates in a written contest on Roman history and culture, mythology, and Latin grammar, with prizes awarded to the best school teams. The complete program and registration form are attached.
Classics and General Humanities