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The Department of Classics has called the 15th floor of the Cathedral of Learning "home" for over three decades. In 2015, following an extensive renovation, the Department settled into a new suite of offices inside 1501 CL, on the northeast side of the Cathedral, overlooking Heinz Chapel.

The Classics Suite is also home to the Marshall Reading Room (1502 Cathedral of Learning), which houses a non-circulating collection of nearly 2,000 volumes focusing on the history and literature of ancient Greece and Rome. The Reading Room also contains multiple copies of the major reference works required for the study and mastery of the Classical languages, and is thus a quiet and ideal study space for students, faculty, and guests of the department. It is named in honor of the late Dr. Robert S. Marshall, a one-time student and long-time friend and benefactor of the Department of Classics.

Room Name Title

1530

J. Bromberg

Assistant Professor

1502-A

C. Hoenig

Assistant Professor and Graduate Advisor

1503-A

N. Jones

Professor and Undergraduate Advisor

1503-A

M. Jones

Part-Time Instructor

1502

K. Kesavan

Part-Time Instructor

1504-A

A. Korzeniewski

Visiting Lecturer

1504-A

J. Newell

Part-Time Instructor

1532

D. M. Possanza

Associate Professor and Chair

1502

W. Scott

Part-Time Instructor

1503

C. L. Sulosky Weaver

Visiting Assistant Professor

1504

C. Wildberg Andrew W. Mellon Professor

1531

T. Pipkin

Departmental Administrator and Events Coordinator

1309-A

L. DiStazio

Administrative Assistant

1518

A. Dunn

Fiscal Manager

1301-A

K. Cash

Graduate Administrator

2714

P. Locante

Business Coordinator

1328-M

M. Losagio

Administrative Officer

1517

Seminar Room

to schedule, contact Taylor Pipkin

1502

Reading Room

open from 8:30am–5pm Monday-Friday