Archaeology and ClassicsDavid Suchet, famed British actor and BAFTA award recipient for the UK television series, Agatha Christie’s Poirot, in support of The American University of Rome’s Archaeology and Classics joint partnership with Kent. Click here to learn more about this partnership.
- November 18 2014: “A New Spin on Fibre Revolution: Plants, Textiles and Technology in the Ancient Mediterranean” lecture by Dr. Margarita Gleba
- November 4 2014: AUR Students on Museum Tour to Berlin
- October 14 2014: Jan Turek lecture on Recent Discoveries in Abusir, Egypt
- August 24 2014: A New Spin on Fibre Revolution: Plants, Textiles and Technology in the Ancient Mediterranean
- August 4 2014: Forum of Vespasian – Final Blog
For more on specific news and events, please visit the Archaeology and Classics Program Website.
The degree in Archaeology and Classics combines the theoretical and the practical. In this major students learn about all aspects of ancient Mediterranean civilizations. Stewardship of our heritage is a major concern of modern archaeology and our program recognizes this through a component in Cultural Heritage Management.
All students have the possibility to participate in practical archaeological fieldwork through excavations. For those who prefer written texts there is a comprehensive program of courses in ancient languages, history and literature.
Recognizing the growing importance of popular history and archaeology the program has recently expanded program offerings to include courses in film and media for students contemplating this career path.