Berkeley Undergraduate Journal of Classics
The Berkeley Undergraduate Journal of Classics is committed to the progress and proliferation of scholarship in the field of Classics and to providing a common medium through which undergraduates from all relevant disciplines can actively engage in one another’s work. In order to establish a channel for interdepartmental exchange and collaboration, we seek to publish exceptional papers and translations from a wide range of fields pertaining to Classics and the world of the ancient Mediterranean.
Current Issue, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016
Letter from the Editors
Graves, Olivia; Lyter, Julia
ArticlesThe Liminal and Universal: Changing Interpretations of Hekate
The Advantage of the Stronger: Hercules and Cacus in Vergil's Aeneid
Charting the Unknown: Alice Kober, Her Phonetic Chart, and the Decipherment of Linear B
First in Flight: Etruscan Winged "Demons"