Established in 1912, this fund supports acquisitions in Latin or Greek literature, philology, history, and archaeology.
In 1869, Francis Jackson, a member of Penn's Faculty of Arts, published, Rules of syntax for the Latin noun: for the use of pupils preparing to enter the University of Pennsylvania. Today, students interested in classical studies have a wide range of programs and courses available, but preparation in Latin is no longer a prerequisite for admission!
Materials purchased through this fund include:
- Loeb classical library [electronic resource]
- Ancient historiography and its contexts [electronic resource] : studies in honour of A.J. Woodman
- Talking books [electronic resource] : readings in Hellenistic and Roman books of poetry
- Laughing with Medusa [electronic resource] : classical myth and feminist thought
- Misery and forgiveness in Euripides : meaning and structure in the Hippolytus
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