In Ancient Greek & Roman Studies, we study the cultures of the ancient Greeks and Romans, and put them into the larger context of their predecessors and neighbours, such as the Mycenaeans, the Egyptians, the Persians, and the Etruscans. We study these civilizations in an interdisciplinary fashion, by drawing upon historical, literary, and archaeological evidence. Our courses are designed to allow students to sample a wide range of different approaches:
- Greek and Roman history
- Archaeology (Greek, Roman, Aegean Bronze Age, Egyptian)
- Greek and Roman literature in translation
- Greek and Latin language
Are you a graduating student?
Find more information about Trent's convocation ceremony: https://www.trentu.ca/convocation/.
Are you a new or returning Trent student for the 2023-2024 school year?
The Ancient Greek and Roman Studies program faculty, along with their interdepartmental counterparts, having been working towards developing a plan for the upcoming school year. For more information about what will be happening moving forward, be sure to read the 2023 Academic Calendar: https://www.trentu.ca/registrar/academic-calendar/undergraduate-calendar.