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Posted on February 8th, 2024 in Real Housewives of Mt Olympus by Elizabeth W. Thill

Episode 73: In which Livia introduces the Support Group for the Newly Deified to Taylor Swift, and recalls why she doesn’t visit more often. This episode of Real Housewives of Mt. Olympus brought to you by the latest confusing mythological references on CNN.com – and by CLAS-B 311 Sex and Gender in the Ancient World. [SETTING: Support Group …

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Posted on February 6th, 2024 in Mythology Pitch Meetings by Elizabeth W. Thill

Meeting 13: In which Hercules battles a monster and kicks a crab, and his nephew Iolaus tries and fails to invent germ theory. This episode of Mythology Pitch Meetings brought to you by CLAS-C 205 Classical Mythology. Have you ever wondered how your favorite Classical Myths came to be? This is absolutely not how that …

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Posted on January 18th, 2024 in Classes, Featured, Upcoming by Elizabeth W. Thill

Still looking for that perfect course to fill out your semester? Check out late-start Classical Studies courses, still available for enrollment in Spring 2024! All late-start classes are Online Asynchronous. 2nd 5-week session (Feb 12 – Mar 15) CLAS-B 311 Sex and Gender in the Ancient World (22298) 5 week, 1 credit “appetizer” class can be …

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Posted on January 3rd, 2024 in Mythology Pitch Meetings by Elizabeth W. Thill

Meeting 12: In which Hercules is a terrible student, a terrible husband, a terrible father, but a really good stylist. And hugs a lion. This episode of Mythology Pitch Meetings brought to you by CLAS-C 205 Classical Mythology. Have you ever wondered how your favorite Classical Myths came to be? This is absolutely not how …

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Posted on November 27th, 2023 in Mythology Pitch Meetings by Elizabeth W. Thill

Meeting 11: In which Homer continues to not understand the basics of childbearing, and Hera continues to be the stepmother from hell. This episode of Mythology Pitch Meetings brought to you by CLAS-C 210 Ancient Medicine and Modern Terminology. Have you ever wondered how your favorite Classical Myths came to be? This is absolutely not …

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Posted on November 2nd, 2023 in Real Housewives of Mt Olympus by Elizabeth W. Thill

Episode 72: In which the mortals learn the Parthenon sculptures have blue paint, and the gods learn the mortals didn’t already know that. This episode of Real Housewives of Mt. Olympus brought to you by the latest archaeological news on CNN.com and SmithsonianMagazine.com – and by CLAS-C 386 Greek History. IRIS, GODDESS OF THE RAINBOW …

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Posted on October 30th, 2023 in Real Housewives of Mt Olympus by Elizabeth W. Thill

Episode 71: In which a headless statue in Cleveland throws the gods and mortals for a loop, and a killer of Christians takes all the credit. This episode of Real Housewives of Mt. Olympus brought to you by the latest archaeological news on CNN.com – and by CLAS-C 414 Art and Archaeology of the Roman …

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Posted on October 18th, 2023 in Classes by Elizabeth W. Thill

This episode of Julius Caesar Explains brought to you by CLAS-C 102 Roman Culture, coming up next in Spring 2024, online asynchronous.  Welcome back to Julius Caesar Explains, our series where we summon Julius Caesar’s spirit from Mt. Olympus to answer our questions about Ancient Rome. Caesar, it’s good to have you with us. DIVINE …

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Posted on September 30th, 2023 in Real Housewives of Mt Olympus by Elizabeth W. Thill

Episode 70: In which Roma learns she’s the hottest thing on TikTok (but not what TikTok is), and Minerva, Mars, and Britannia are jealous. This episode of Real Housewives of Mt. Olympus brought to you by the latest archaeological news on CNN.com – and by CLAS-C 102 Roman Culture. MINERVA, ROMAN GODDESS OF STRATEGY: Roma! …

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Posted on September 18th, 2023 in Classes, Featured, Students, Upcoming by Elizabeth W. Thill

Want to enhance your growth as a citizen of the world? Ask timeless big-picture questions while learning marketable skills? Expand and unlearn what you thought you knew about Ancient Greece and Rome? Draw connections to the past in your field of study? Whether you are minoring in Classical Studies, or taking courses to expand your view …

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