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David Eisman '22
In 2022, David Eisman was named the LMU Classics & Archaeology program scholar. David completed his capstone thesis entitled “Greeks, Romans, and Nazis: Erasures, Omissions, and Commemorations”, under the supervision of Prof. Katerina Zacharia. After graduation, David aims to work as an animatic editor at an animation studio, and “to make short films and feature films that showcase the power and importance of traditional, hand-drawn 2d animation.” David received the LMU O’Neil Endowed Classics award with a $500 monetary award, which he aims to invest in the making of his first animation film.
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Student Trips: An Iliad & Lizastrata
Recently many of our majors and minors attended a performance of "An Iliad" at the A Noise Within Theater, and a performance of "Lizastrata" at the Getty Villa
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Connecting the Liberal Arts, Classics, and Film
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Annelise Baer '07
Researching for Nat Geo TV
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Shannon Hayes '18
Exploring the past through doctoral studies