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UGA Classics Professor Jordan Pickett is part of an international team studying the impacts of climate change during Roman and Late Antiquity, with a recent journal article in PLOS One highlighted here by UGA Research News.

This Spring 2023 class is an introduction to cultural heritage and the law. Major topics include archeological, moveable, world and contested heritage.

Congratulations to C.W. Wilkinson on the successful defense of his MA thesis on Thursday, August 4, 2022.  The title of his thesis: Uncanny Hannibal. And here is C.W.

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