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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Classics - Archaeology

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Classics - Archaeology

Brown University

Brown University, Providence, United States
  • QS World University Rankings
    63
  • Degree MDiv
  • Study Level PHD
  • Duration 24 months

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The discipline of Classics entails a breadth --and depth-- of focus that is nearly unparalleled. In proceeding to the doctoral degree, each student has the opportunity to enrich his or her knowledge of many aspects of Greek and Latin literature, history, and culture, as well as related fields (e.g., Sanskrit, archaeology, epigraphy). The major steps through which one attains this knowledge, however, vary from program to program. The following section will outline the requirements for progressing through the Ph.D. course at Brown University. Much of the information is excerpted from the departmental handbook for graduate study as most recently revised (December 2012). Archaeology This requirement may be satisfied (a) by completing a graduate seminar in the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, an epigraphy course in the Classics Department or an equivalent course approved by the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS); (b) by examination arranged by the JIAAW; or (c) by participation in the summer or regular program of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, in the summer program in Italian archaeology at the American Academy in Rome or by work through other institutions with approval of the DGS. This program based on Archaeology. In addition to Archaeology, there are Proseminar in Classics, Prose Composition in Greek and Latin, Greek and Roman History also available.