Classics Faculty

Eric Adler, Associate Professor of Classics Eric Adler, Associate Professor of Classics

Eric Adler, Associate Professor of Classics  (On Sabbatical Academic Year 2014-2015)
Greek and Roman historiography • Latin and Greek prose • Roman imperialism • The classical tradition

Waed Athamneh, Assistant Professor of Arabic Studies in the Department of Classics Waed Athamneh, Assistant Professor of Arabic Studies in the Department of Classics

Waed Athamneh, Assistant Professor of Arabic Studies in the Department of Classics  (On sabbatical 2014-2015 academic year)
Modern Arabic poetry • 20th century Arab politics • Feminism in modern Arabic fiction

Richard Moorton, Professor Emeritus of Classics Richard Moorton, Professor Emeritus of Classics

Richard Moorton, Professor Emeritus of Classics
Aristophanic studies • Greco-Roman epic • The classical roots of modern culture • Eugene O'Neill

Tobias Myers, Assistant Professor of Classics Tobias Myers, Assistant Professor of Classics

Tobias Myers, Assistant Professor of Classics
Homeric studies • Greek and Latin poetry • Ancient magic • Narratology

Nina Papathanasopoulou, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics Nina Papathanasopoulou, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics

Nina Papathanasopoulou, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics
Greek drama and performance • Classical mythology and its reception • Greek art and architecture • Greek and Latin poetry

Darryl Phillips, Associate Professor of Classics, Chair of the Classics Department Darryl Phillips, Associate Professor of Classics, Chair of the Classics Department

Darryl Phillips, Associate Professor of Classics, Chair of the Classics Department
Ancient Greek and Roman history • Latin literature of the late Republic and Augustan age • Roman topography

Joan Silverberg, Associate Professor Emeritus of Classics Joan Silverberg, Associate Professor Emeritus of Classics

Joan Silverberg, Associate Professor Emeritus of Classics
Greek and Latin language and literature • Biblical Greek • Medieval Latin • Ancient comedy, love poetry and historiography • Women in antiquity

Retired Faculty

Eric Adler, Associate Professor of Classics

Eric Adler, Associate Professor of Classics  (On Sabbatical Academic Year 2014-2015)
Greek and Roman historiography • Latin and Greek prose • Roman imperialism • The classical tradition

Waed Athamneh, Assistant Professor of Arabic Studies in the Department of Classics

Waed Athamneh, Assistant Professor of Arabic Studies in the Department of Classics  (On sabbatical 2014-2015 academic year)
Modern Arabic poetry • 20th century Arab politics • Feminism in modern Arabic fiction

Richard Moorton, Professor Emeritus of Classics

Richard Moorton, Professor Emeritus of Classics
Aristophanic studies • Greco-Roman epic • The classical roots of modern culture • Eugene O'Neill

Tobias Myers, Assistant Professor of Classics

Tobias Myers, Assistant Professor of Classics
Homeric studies • Greek and Latin poetry • Ancient magic • Narratology

Nina Papathanasopoulou, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics

Nina Papathanasopoulou, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics
Greek drama and performance • Classical mythology and its reception • Greek art and architecture • Greek and Latin poetry

Darryl Phillips, Associate Professor of Classics, Chair of the Classics Department

Darryl Phillips, Associate Professor of Classics, Chair of the Classics Department
Ancient Greek and Roman history • Latin literature of the late Republic and Augustan age • Roman topography

Joan Silverberg, Associate Professor Emeritus of Classics

Joan Silverberg, Associate Professor Emeritus of Classics
Greek and Latin language and literature • Biblical Greek • Medieval Latin • Ancient comedy, love poetry and historiography • Women in antiquity

In Memoriam

Dirk tom Diek Held, Elizabeth S. Kruidenier '48 Professor of Classics