UM Department Resources
>> Classical Studies Department
The Department of Classical Studies offers four programs within Classical Studies but also co-sponsors programs in Classical Art & Archaeology and Greek & Roman History.
>> Comparative Literature Department
In existence since 1937, the Department of Comparative Literature is one of the oldest and best established centers for the study of comparative literature in the country. The interests of our faculty and students encompass the most innovative areas of study in the humanities today.
>> C.P. Cavafy Professorship in Modern Greek
The Modern Greek Program offers courses, comprehensive study programs, special events as well as database collections.
>> History Department
With nearly 80 faculty, the History Department represents a broad range of specialties in both geographical and topical fields, and readily encourage students to make new connections among fields and subfields.
>> History of Art
The History of Art program's historical focus are the modern and contemporary, the medieval and early modern in both Asia and Europe, and the ancient world.
>> Philosophy Department
Michigan has consistently ranked among the top handful of doctoral programs in the discipline in national assessments spanning five decades. Our faculty in the philosophy of science ranks among the most distinguished in the world.
>> Romance Languages Department
The Department of Romance Languages and Literatures Graduate Program is a community of scholars engaged in innovative interdisciplinary work that crosses the traditional literary and national boundaries formerly characterizing Romance Languages, while at the same time preserving a focus on the methods of literary study.

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology
The Kelsey Museum houses a collection of nearly 100,000 ancient and medieval objects from the civilizations of the Mediterranean and the Near East.

>> English Language & Literature
The English Department at Michigan focus on literary theory, examining strategies of literary interpretation, evaluation, and appreciation and considering the ways in which literary texts relate to other forms of cultural representation.
>> Institute For the Humanities
The Institute for the Humanities is a center for innovative, collaborative study in the humanities and arts.
>> Germanic Languages Department
The Germanic Languages Department offers German Studies, Dutch and Flemish Studies, and Scandinavian Studies.
UM Library Resources
>> UM Library
Search through Mirlyn catalog, several databases, and e-journals online.
>> Humanities Text Initiative
An initiative joined with the Univeristy of Michigan's Digital Library Production Services providing online access to full text resources.
>> Patrologia Latina Database
This database contains 221 volumes and represents a complete electronic version of the first edition of Jacques-Paul Migne's Patrologia Latina (1844-1855 and 1862-1865).
>> Past Masters: Philosophy
This unique collection consists of over 100 political and philosophical texts ranging from the works of ancient Greece to the early twentieth century
Networks for Classical Reception Studies
>> Classical Reception Studies Network
The aims of the Network include the promotion of rigorous debate about all aspects of classical reception studies and the development of seminars and workshops to encourage the exchange of expertise and growth of collaborative projects
>> University of Bristol: Classics
Classics at Bristol covers multiple specialisms in myth and religion; reception and the classical tradition; intellectual history, etc.
>> 20th Century Reception of Ancient Greek Texts and Images: Open University
This project has been established to document and analyse the theatrical and literary surge of interest in Greek texts and drama which is a phenomenon of the late twentieth century.
>> Center for Ancient Studies: New York University
This center promotes interdisciplinary and cross-cultural study of the past by promoting collaboration among those FAS departments and programs which focus, in whole or in part, on antiquity and its reception in the modern world.
>> Classical Traditions Initiative: Northwestern University
>> Institute for the Classical Tradition: Boston University
>> Program in Hellenic Studies: Princeton University
Search for information about the undergraduate and graduate academic programs, fellowship opportunities and announcements, and the Program's current events.
>> Center for the Reception of Greece and Rome
CRGR is an interdisciplinary research centre building bridges between modern society and ancient Greece and Rome.
>> Humanities and Arts Research Centre
>> The Getty
Learn about exhibitions, scholarly activities, and special research through the Getty Research Institute.
>> The Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama: Oxford University
The Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (APGRD), is an interdisciplinary research project on the international history of ancient drama in performance.
>> Didaskalia: Anicent Theatre Today
Didaskalia is an electronic journal and resource dedicated to the study of ancient Greek and Roman drama in performance.

Transformationen der Antike
Tranformationen der Antike is a research group working toward the interdisciplinary contextualization of productive appropriations and transformations of ancient science and art

General Classics Resources
>> Perseus Digital Library
Scan through hundreds of texts and collections as well as grant opportunities, etc.
>> Library of Congress: Classics Links
A large reading room that offers links to several classics resource websites.
>> Voice of Shuttle: Classics Links
Arranged by topic, search though these great recources and links.
>> Classics Gateway: Reading University
This website offers wonderful resources to classics conferences, texts, manuscripts, etc
>> American Philological Association
Search through serveral resources, from newsletters to journals and other publications.