Graduate Faculty

The following faculty accept graduate applications and supervise theses and research projects:

Prof. Anastassios Anastassiadis
Modern Greek history and literature

Prof. Hans Beck
Greek government and federalism; political culture of the Roman republic; historiography; cross-cultural approaches to ancient elites

Prof. Michael Fronda
Roman Italy; history of the Roman republic and early empire; interstate relations

Prof. Bill Gladhill
Roman republican and imperial poetry; the ancient body; Roman space and cosmology; history of Classical scholarship

Prof. Lynn Kozak
Homer, Thucydides, Greek tragedy, Plato; the reception and production of Greek performance texts and critical theories.

Prof. Darian Totten
Archaeology, landscape studies, Roman Mediterranean economy and society, Late Antiquity and early Middle Ages

Cooperating Faculty

The following faculty do not supervise theses in Classics or History, however they teach graduate courses and may assist graduate faculty in supervision (co-supervision):

Dr. Martin Sirois
Classical and Hellenistic Greek culture, Cynicism, ancient literary criticism

Prof. Stephen Menn, Department of Philosophy
Ancient Philosophy (Plato, Aristotle, Stoicism, neo-Platonism) Medieval Philosophy, History and Philosophy of Mathematics