Typically, between 3 and 5 graduate students begin their Ph.D. studies in Classics at Brown every year. The approximately 30 graduate students in the Classics department form part of a community of scholars studying the ancient world, together with graduate students in the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World and the Departments of Comparative Literature, Egyptology and West Asian Studies, History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies. Recent years have seen the inauguration of several graduate student-focused activities, including the Graduate Student Symposium, the Mellon Ancient Studies Workshop, various ad hoc reading groups, and Friday social hours.
For a list of Current Graduate Students (with biographies and research interests), see here.
For a list of Graduate Alumni, see here.