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Department of Classics

Dartmouth College
6086 Reed Hall Room 201
Hanover, NH 03755

(603) 646-3394

E-mail: Classics.Department@Dartmouth.edu

 

Department Chair
Professor Roberta Stewart

E-mail: Roberta.L.Stewart@Dartmouth.edu

 

Administrative Staff

Karen DeRosa (Administrator)
Karen.L.DeRosa@Dartmouth.edu

 

Leslie Barrow (Administrative Assistant)
Leslie.L.Barrow@Dartmouth.edu

 

Carol Bean-Carmody (Academic Assistant)
Carol.A.Bean-Carmody@Dartmouth.edu

 

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Student Theses

Legend for Colors
blue Ancient History
green Classical Archaeology
orange Classical Languages and Literatures
purple Classical Studies

The substantial essays posted on this page are theses written by Dartmouth undergraduates who were recognized by the faculty of the Department of Classics for their academic achievement by being awarded High Honors in their departmental major (or Highest Honors before 1983) upon graduation. The posted theses are grouped by graduation year (in reverse chronological order) and coded according to departmental major track (in alphabetical sequence, Ancient History, Classical Archaeology, Classical Languages and Literatures, and Classical Studies). Since each thesis must be authorized for public release in pdf form by its author, the pace at which these theses will be posted is difficult to predict as of this date (20 December 2011). The Department of Classics is nevertheless committed to recognizing the excellence of its past students' work in this way as far back in time as it may prove possible to secure the permissions of the student authors in question.

 

2012

greenPeter Osorio : A Classicist Under Constraint

Orange dot  Chelsea Perfect: Fortuna Redux in Early Imperial Coinage

2011

greenCharles Clark: The Gortyn Laws in Architectural Context

greenKathryn Mammel: Bodies in Bloom: The Association of Flora and Female Figures in Late Bronze Age Aegean Iconography

greenSarah Spangenberg: Issues of Planning in Diocletian's Palace at Split: Imperial Cult and the Late Antique Palace

2010

blueChristopher Blankenship: The Role of the Individual in Ephoros’ Histories

greenRay DiCiaccio: DAMP: A Digital Archaeological Mapping Program: Problems with its Applicability to Surface Survey Information Due to Issues of Data Comparability                                                                                                                                                                                         

2008

orange Debra Aboodi: A Log Cabin Out of Stone: Translating Horace's Epodes

greenBriar (Teron) Dent: The Pompeian Bakeries: An Analysis of the Urban Distribution of the Bakeries and Pastry Shops at Pompeii 

2001

 greenSeth Button: Chariots in War and Art in the Late Bronze Age Aegean

2000

 orangeCurtis Dozier: The Infernal World of Statius' Thebaid

 

 

 

Last Updated: 4/16/14