Dennis K. Stanley

Dennis K. Stanley

Professor Emeritus of Classical Studies

Phone: 
(919) 681-4292

Homer, Hellenistic poetry, Greek lyric, Ancient novel, Greek vase painting, Critical theory

Education & Training:

  • Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University 1961

  • B.A., University of Florida 1957

Stanley, Dennis K. “De-intensifying Moreland-Fleischer.” The New England Classical Newsletter, 1986.

Stanley, Dennis K. “Lexicography of Arts and Crafts.” American Speech, vol. 59.4, 1984, pp. 358–61.

Stanley, Dennis K. “The Role of Aphrodite in Sappho, Fr. 1.” Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, vol. 17, 1976, pp. 305–21.

Stanley, Dennis K. “An Instructive Fake at Duke.” Archaeological News, vol. 2, 1974, pp. 21–27.

Stanley, Dennis K. “A New Caryatid Chalice.” Archaeological News, vol. 3, 1974, pp. 21–27.

Stanley, Dennis K. “An Archaic Cypriote Amphora at Duke University.” Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, vol. 9, 1968, pp. 355–58.

Stanley, Dennis K. “Irony and Foreshadowing in Aeneid I, 462.” American Journal of Philology, vol. 86, Jan. 1965, pp. 267–77.

Stanley, Dennis K. “The Duke Collections and the Program in Classical Studies.” Library Notes, no. 38, 1965, pp. 10–14.

Stanley, Dennis K. “Rome, Eros, and the Versus Romae.” Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies, vol. 4, Jan. 1963, pp. 241–49.

Stanley, Dennis K. “Notes on an Athenian Prytany Decree.” Notes on an Athenian Prytany Decree, vol. 82, 1961, pp. 425–27.