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    • Carla M. Antonaccio
    • Professor of Archaeology
    • Mediterranean archaeology, especially the late Bronze and Iron Ages; ceramic studies; the archaeology of identity.
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    • Jed W Atkins
    • Assistant Professor
    • Cicero; Greek, Roman, and early Christian political and moral philosophy; history of political thought
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    • Mary T Boatwright
    • Professor of Ancient History and Department Chair
    • Roman history, especially the social and political history of the empire; topography of Rome; Rome's northern frontiers; Roman women; Latin historiography
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    • Peter Burian
    • Research Professor
    • Greek literature, particularly drama; theory and practice of literary translation; reception of Greco-Roman antiquity in later thought and arts
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    • N. Gregson G. Davis
    • Andrew W. Mellon Research Professor of the Humanities and Classical Studies
    • Greek and Latin Poetry; francophone and anglophone Caribbean Literature; rhetoric; semiotics; pragmatics; reception of Classics in Caribbean literature
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    • Maurizio Forte
    • William and Sue Gross Professor of Classical Studies and Professor of Art, Art History & Visual Studies
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    • José M. González
    • Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of Classical Studies
    • Greek poetry (archaic to Hellenistic); ancient rhetoric and literary criticism; performance studies; Greek religion; historical linguistics; Greek dialects; ancient commentaries and scholia.
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    • Micaela W. Janan
    • Professor of Classical Studies and Director of Undergraduate Studies
    • Latin Literature: Latin poetry Gender: gender and identity in antiquity Theory: new approaches to classics; psychoanalytic theory; feminist theory
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    • Joshua D. Sosin
    • Associate Professor of Classical Studies and History
    • Digital humanities. History from documents; epigraphy, papyrology, numismatics, palaeography. Athenian law. Economic history; economics of Greek and Roman religion; money, land, and the state; banking; civic finance. Latin poetry, especially satire; literary allusion; ancient scholia and commentaries.
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    • J Clare Woods
    • Associate Professor of Classical Studies and Director of Graduate Studies
    • Late and Medieval Latin Literature; early medieval homiletics, monastic culture; the history of the book; the Classical Tradition in literature, post-classical experiences of Rome and Italy, and the pre-modern in new media.
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