Stanford Classics is delighted to announce that Christopher B. Krebs will join the department as Associate Professor in fall 2012. The appointment results from the department's effort in 2011-2012 to recruit a new faculty member specializing in Latin.
Krebs studied classics and philosophy in Berlin, Kiel (1st Staatsexamen 2000, Ph.D. 2003), and Oxford (M.St. 2002). He has taught at University College (Oxford), École Normale Supérieure (Paris), and Harvard University and was the APA fellow at the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae in Munich in 2008-2009.
Stanford Classics is very pleased to announce that Justin Leidwanger will join the department as Assistant Professor. The appointment results from the department's effort in 2011-2012 to recruit a new faculty member specializing in Classical Archaeology. Following a fellowship year in 2012-2013, Leidwanger will begin his appointment at Stanford in fall 2013.
Professors Jennifer Trimble and Grant Parker and graduate students Carolyn MacDonald, Matthew Loar and Dan-El Padilla Peralta have been awarded funding by the Stanford Humanities Center to lead a Geballe Research Workshop in 2011-2012. The workshop, entitled "Verbal and Visual Literacies of Ancient Rome," will pursue the intersections and interactions between the very different forms of evidence, both in the modern academy and in the ancient world, germane to the many fields that constitute classical scholarship (archaeology, history, philology, and philosophy).
The Deans' Award for Academic Accomplishment, inaugurated in Spring 1988, is given each year to between five and ten extraordinary undergraduate students. These students deserve campus recognition for academic endeavors that might not otherwise be celebrated.
The Deans' Award honors students for exceptional, tangible accomplishments in the following areas: