The Classics and Archaeology program is proud of its distinguished alumni and its relationship with the larger community of friends interested in its activities and events.
The program has undergone some changes lately, merging with The Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, The Centre for Jewish History and Culture, the History program, the Philosophy program and the History and Philosophy of Science program to form The School of Historical and Philosophical Studies.
By staying in touch with us, you can keep in touch with your peers, make new friends who have shared some of your experiences, find career information and know what's happening.
We are keen to have contact with our graduates and to provide avenues for their continued involvement with the program through our events, programs and publications.
Classics and Archaeology alumni are encouraged to attend our public events, which include public lectures, forums, seminars, conferences and more. See our events page for details, or for a wider range of events, see The School of Historical and Philosophical Studies Events and Public Lectures web page, which includes events in the School's other disciplines - History, Conservation, Australian Studies, Jewish Studies, Philosophy and History and Philosophy of Science.
- The Classics and Archaeology program Events and public lectures web page
- The School of Historical and Philosophical Studies website
If you would like to get in touch or receive mail outs about the program's activities and alumni functions, please don't hesitate to email your details to us (please see our Contact us web page). You are a part of our history and we value your interest and continuing involvement.
You can also visit the sites below for further information on Alumni services and activities at the University of Melbourne.
- The University of Melbourne Alumni and friends website
- Melbourne University Magazine
- The Faculty of Arts Alumni web page.