Events, Student Awards, and Prizes, Archaeology Club, Facilities, and Places to Visit
Adelaide E. Hahn Memorial Lecture: Every fall, we invite a prominent Classicist or Archaeologist to speak at our Adelaide E. Hahn Memorial Lecture. Established in 2006, this lecture is aimed at a broader, but no less enthusiastic audience than the Earle Lecture held later in the academic year. We invite our classes to join faculty, students, and friends from the entire metropolitan area to hear and honor our speaker.
See Hahn Lecturers.
Josephine Earle Memorial Lecture: Every spring, we invite a prominent Classicist or Archaeologist to speak at our Josephine Earle Memorial Lecture. A celebrated event dating back to 1938, the Earle Lecture attracts faculty, students, and friends from the entire metropolitan area to hear and honor our speaker.
See Earle Lecturers.
Student Prizes and Awards
Given to our outstanding students in Classics and Archaeology on the occasion of the Earle Lecture (see Events above). These awards/prizes are made possible by the generous contributions of alumnae/i of the Classics Division.
See Award Recipients.
The club sponsors lectures and field trips to museums outside of New York City. In the past, the club has traveled to Philadelphia, Boston, Princeton, and Newark to visit the archaeological collections in the museums of these cities.
- The Leon and Toby Cooperman Library at Hunter College (entrance on the third floor of the East Building at Hunter College)
- The Classics Library/Conference Room (on the 13th floor of the West Building)
- The Chanin Learning Center (entrance on the second floor of the West Building at Hunter College)
Faculty offices are located primarily on the 14th floor of the West Building, and most Classics courses are taught in the same building.