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Susan Stevens published in ‘Journal of Roman Archaeology’

Susan Stevens

An article written by classics professor Susan Stevens was recently included in the Journal of Roman Archaeology. Articles in the latest issue, For the love of Carthage, are about the archaeology of the ancient city of Carthage, mostly the result of fieldwork and excavations of the site, said Stevens, chair of Randolph’s classics department. In... READ MORE >>

Randolph to host open house for new home of Ancient Collections on campus

Art history professor Andrea Campbell and Sara Primm '20 look at glass samples from Randolph's archaeology collection

In conjunction with International Archaeology Day, Randolph’s museum and heritage studies program will celebrate the installation of its Ancient Collections in Room 416 of the Harold G. Leggett Building tomorrow, October 17. The open house will be held from 5-7 p.m. and is free and open to the campus community as well as the public.... READ MORE >>

Stevens publishes article in Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Archaeology

Susan Stevens

An article by Susan Stevens, a Randolph classics professor and the Catherine E. and William E. Thoresen Chair in Humanities, was recently published in the Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Archaeology. The article was titled “Incorporating Christian Communities in North Africa: Churches as Bodies of Communal History,” and was, in part, the product of a... READ MORE >>

Carrying the Torch

(Left) Daniel Bennett-Blake '21 inches ahead of Bradley Strober '18 during Randolph's first-ever Panathenaic Torch Relay in September.

New major brings unique classes and experiences to students As he ran up the hill to the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College, Cody Carpenter ’21 could hear the crowd shouting words of encouragement in Greek. With a torch in hand and the breeze blowing his toga behind him, he eased ahead of his... READ MORE >>

International award-winning archaeologist to speak at Randolph

Roberto Nardi

Roberto Nardi, the director of the Centro di Conservazione Archaeologica (CCA) in Cabras, Italy and co-director of Randolph’s Archaeological Conservation Institute, will discuss the CCA’s award-winning research at Randolph College Monday, October 10. His presentation, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 5:30 p.m. in Leggett 537. Nardi and the CCA... READ MORE >>

2003 alumna to present David F. Anthony Memorial Lecture

Allison-Sterrett-Krause examines specimens in the lab.

Randolph College and the Lynchburg Society of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA Lynchburg) will present the 2015 David F. Anthony Memorial Lecture on Monday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Leggett 537. The lecture, titled “”Reflections on Roman Glass at Leptiminus (Tunisia),” features Allison Sterrett-Krause ’03, currently assistant professor of classics at the College... READ MORE >>

Lunch and Learn sessions connect students with faculty

Classics professor Susan Stevens discusses her research with students at a Lunch and Learn session.

Randolph students have a new opportunity to learn from professors in an informal setting this semester. Each Monday, the Center for Student Research sponsors a “Lunch and Learn” that invites students to dine with professors for informal discussions about one professor’s research and creative work. The program was organized to help students become more engaged... READ MORE >>

Randolph Students Blog from Italy Archaeology Trip

Students participating in the Randolph College Archaeological Conservation Institute in Italy this summer will be sharing their experience working with ancient artifacts at the Centro di Conservazione Archeologica in Belmonte in Sabina, Italy. Read about their adventures…... READ MORE >>

Randolph students restore Roman artifacts in Italy

A group of Randolph students is currently in Italy restoring ancient Roman artifacts with the Centro di Conservazione Archeologica (CCA). What exactly do students DO on this trip? Watch and find out in this video from Roberto Nardi of the CCA. In its second year, the two week Archaeological Conservation Institute is a collaboration between... READ MORE >>

Restoring History – Randolph students work with respected conservators in Italy.

In the heart of a 13th-century former Franciscan convent in Italy, a group of Randolph College students gained more than textbook knowledge of archaeology last summer. Thanks to a new partnership with the Center for Archaeological Conservation (CCA), the students were able to work with internationally respected conservators as they restored materials from the 1st-century... READ MORE >>