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Interesting research created by our Ancient Studies students:

Caitlin Smith

Meet a student researcher:

Benefits for Ancient Studies students:

  • Work with a faculty member
  • Experience hands-on research
  • Reinforce classroom learning
  • Prepare for work or graduate school
  • Travel to national conferences
  • Receive grant funding
  • Publish independent research
    • Two Media, Same Metamorphoses? The Works of Ovid and Bernini.

    Cally Brandt. UMBC Review vol.10.

    • Site Hierarchy and Social Hierarchy in the Mycenaean Kingdom of Pylos.

    Weston Bittner. UMBC Review vol.10.

    • The Megaron at Mycenaean Pylos: A New Interpretation

    Jarrett Farmer. UMBC Review Vol.12.

Ancient Studies Department

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For more information, check out this department's website:

Ancient Studies

 

For more information:
Janet McGlynn at mcglynn@umbc.edu or 410-455-5754