Internet Resources for
Applying to Graduate Schools in Classics
Topics in this page:
Perseus is a continually growing digital library of resources for studying
the ancient world. The library's materials include ancient texts and translations,
philological tools, maps, extensively illustrated art catalogs, and secondary
essays on topics like vase painting. Read
more about the contents of Perseus and the project's aims.
Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World.
is intended to serve as an interdisciplinary resource for anyone interested
in patterns of gender around the ancient Mediterranean and as a forum
for collaboration among instructors who teach courses about women and
gender in the ancient world.
Latin Grammar and Vocabulary Aids
Greek Grammar and Vocabulary
Classics Databases and Gateways
A great site with plentiful sources on the history of ancient Mediterranean
and Near Eastern Civilizations
Myriobiblos: The electronic Library of the Church of Greece with many
Patristic texts and interesting articles, available in Greek, English,
French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Bulgarian, and Romanian.
The Library of Congress Gateway
A wonderful site with Modern Greek Poetry, some published here for the
first time. (For Modern Greek Poetry translated into English click here).
An absolute delight for everyone and a 'must see' if you can read
Early Christian Authors
Where can I find a job as a classicist?
Teaching jobs and career advice for schools in the UK. (Type keyword
'Classics'. If you do not have an EU passport you may still be able
to apply after making arrangements with your future employer).
American Philological Association (Placement Service: University positions
mostly in the US and Canada).
University jobs and research posts mostly in the UK and Ireland (Type
keyword 'Classics'. If you do not have an EU passport you may still
be able to apply after making arrangements with the University).
Many more links to sites with topics related to Ancient and Modern Greece,
Rome, Byzantium and other civilisations of the Near East can be found
in the Links Pages of the Center
for Greek Studies