The Brown–Yale Seminar is a joint-meeting of the Classics departments of Brown University and Yale University, held once per year (alternating between Brown and Yale). The seminar consists of a paper delivered by a member of the visiting department, a formal response by a member of the host department, and discussion, followed by dinner.
The Classics Department regularly participates in the Yale-UCL collaborative, a transatlantic partnership dedicated to addressing the societal challenges of the 21st century by providing opportunities for high-level scientific research, clinical and educational collaboration. We have participated in collaborative conferences in ancient history, law, and economics, and hosted graduate students from UCL who come to work with our faculty for a term or for shorter periods. This year, Bryant Kirkland, a Yale PhD student, is spending the Autumn term in London working with Professor Chris Carey. Read more about the collaboration here.