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Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies
ABOUT THE CLASSICAL AND ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN STUDIES PROGRAM
The graduate program in Classical and Ancient Eastern Studies offers broad experience with the languages, literature, culture, and archaeology of the ancient world. Major areas of research and teaching include Homer, Archaic poetry, tragedy, Greco-Roman biography and historiography, Hellenistic poetry, Roman philosophy, Augustan poetry, social history, Hebrew Bible, Northwest Semitics, Near Eastern religion, geography, archaeology, Aramaic epigraphy, cognitive linguistics, and ancient literacy.
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All applications received by Jan. 5 are eligible for fellowship, scholarship, and graduate assistantship opportunities. For applications received after the deadline, applicants will not be eligible for a University Fellowships or Scholarships, although you may be eligible for department funds such as Teaching Assistantships, Project Assistantships, Research Assistantships, or department Fellowship.
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