From antiquity through the early 19th century, anyone studying the works of Plato began with a fourth-century text known as Alcibiades, says Hakan Tell, an associate profes
This story was originally published in the Dartmouth College Fund’s spring 2015 issue of “From the GREEN.”
How is a literary work like a genome?
Applications soar for first-year humanities course sequence.
Every Monday, about a dozen veterans, whose service ranges from World War II to Afghanistan, gather in the Murray Room of Hanover’s Howe Library.
The Sherman Fairchild Professor of the Humanities will receive the Archaeological Institute of America’s Gold Medal in 2013.