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Faculty by Specialization

Poetry

Art, Archeology, Material Cultures

Drama

Materiality of Texts, Epigraphy, Papyrology

Poetics, literary theory

Other Antiquities

Receptions, classical traditions

Philosophy

Linguistics

Religion

History

Politics

Particular Interests and Expertise

Graziela Byros: Religions of the Roman Empire; Roman provincial identities; the art, archaeology and epigraphy of Roman Dacia

Reginald Gibbons: Greek poetry (including drama); ancient poetics; translation theory and practice

Ann C. Gunter: Art and archaeology of the ancient Near East and eastern Mediterranean; artistic and cultural interaction between Greece and Near East; modern reception of ancient art

Richard Kraut: The moral and political philosophies of Plato and Aristotle; contemporary ethics and politics using tools provided by these ancient authors

Marianne Hopman: Archaic and classical Greek poetry; Greek myths and their Roman reception; literary theory (metaphors, narrative, intertextuality); Classical reception methodology

Sara Monoson: Greek political thought; Greek democracy; reception of Greek political thought in American public discourse; Classical Receptions methodology

John Schafer:  Late Republican and Augustan poetry, especially Vergil; Latin philosophical texts, especially Seneca; Hellenistic philosophy, especially Stoic ethics; Latin lexicography

Francesca Tataranni: Roman history, Latin language and literature, receptions of Roman culture in modern America

Taco Terpstra: Roman socioeconomic history, Roman archaeology and material culture, comparative history, papyrology

Robert Wallace: Archaic and classical Greek history and literature; ancient Greek law; ancient Greek music theory; Greek and Roman numismatics

William N. West: Early modern and pre-modern performance; dramatic, lyric, and encyclopedic traditions; Renaissance humanism

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