Classics at the University of Montana
The University of Montana, chartered in 1895, has promoted the study of Classics ever since. The original university faculty numbered five, one of whom was Father Aber, a classicist fondly remembered by many alumni for the traditionally festive Aber Day, which he instituted. Today, the Classics Section of the Department of World Languages and Cultures maintains four full time faculty members.
In 1995, the Classics faculty introduced a Bachelor's degree option in Classical Civilization. This program, which focuses on ancient readings in modern English translation, is modeled on the traditional education received by the majority of students in Europe and America until the early years of this century, so modified as to address the preparation and needs of today's college students.
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Last week at UM, the league kicked off its centennial of fostering the study of the classics in the United States and Canada, and it did so in a place members found both fitting and initially surprising.
Executive director Sherwin Little said much of the league membership is based on the East...
Karli Cotton graduated with a degree in Classics in 2017. She will be attending the University of Washington to pursue a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science. She hopes to develop interactive exhibits and implement other connected learning methods in ancient history museums in...
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My name is Jakob Wyder. I was born here in Missoula but when I was five years old my family moved to Maine, where I grew up. I was drawn back to Montana mostly because of the mountains and the wilderness and the great memories of visiting family...