Aylward, William

William Aylward teaches courses on the art and archaeology of ancient Greece and Rome, classical architecture, and classical myth. His research interests include Troy and the Trojan War, ancient Greek and Roman architecture and technology, …

Beneker, Jeffrey

Jeff Beneker’s primary research interest is in Greco-Roman biography and historiography. He has written a book on Plutarch’s biographical method, The Passionate Statesman: Eros and Politics in Plutarch’s Lives (Oxford University Press 2012), and articles on Plutarch, …

Blakely, Jeffrey

Jeff’s primary research interest is the archaeology of the Hesi region, between Gaza and Hebron, over the past ten millennia.  He started working in the Hesi region in 1971.  He currently co-directs the Hesi Regional …

Brockliss, William

Will Brockliss’ current research focuses on the natural and the unnatural. He is working on a monograph that explores interactions between Homeric floral imagery and flowers in the Greek natural environment. He is also developing …

Dressler, Alex

Alex Dressler is committed to the Greek and Roman classics as an evolving canon of texts and methods rooted in the European tradition but aimed at redefining the modern reader’s practical sense of art and …

Hutton, Jeremy M.

Professor Hutton specializes in the social and linguistic contexts in which the Hebrew Bible was composed and edited. He has published articles in several journals, including Journal of Biblical Literature, Vetus Testamentum, Zeitschrift für die …

McClure, Laura

Laura McClure’s diverse research interests focus on Athenian drama, the study of women in the ancient world, and classical reception. Her publications include books on the representation of women in Athenian drama and the courtesan …

McKeown, J.C.

Professor McKeown has recently published (with Peter Knox) An Anthology of Roman Literature (Oxford 2013), and they now working on a companion volume on Greek literature. He has also published A Cabinet of Greek Curiosities …

Nelsestuen, Grant

Grant Nelsestuen’s research focuses on Roman political thought and cultural history, late Hellenistic intellectual history, and the literature of the Late Republic and early Empire.  His first monograph, Varro the Agronomist: Political Philosophy, Satire, and …