About the Journal
The Selected Proceedings of the Classics Graduate Student Symposia is an annual publication of selected proceedings. The contributions featured centralize essential discussions of the Ancient Greco-Roman world, its relationship to other ancient civilizations in the Mediterranean and beyond, and its reception. The publications present comparative discussions, critical methodologies, and interdisciplinary approaches and consider topics that push the boundaries of our field in an attempt to interpret antiquity, modernity, and their intersection.
The University of Florida Classics Graduate Student Symposium is an annual meeting of graduate students organized and hosted by the graduate students of the Classics Department of the University of Florida. Every year, we pose questions and invite consideration of topics that push the boundaries of our field in an attempt to interpret antiquity, modernity, and their intersection. Since October 2017, we have been welcoming graduate students from around the world whose research is invested in different fields in the humanities and engaging with them in constructive discussions that illuminate the Greco-Roman world as well as current social, political, and cultural issues. The contributions undergo a double-blind review by faculty experts, and the selected papers are published in the Proceedings.