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Department of Classics Blog
New Blog for Faculty Research
Monday, Jul. 29, 2013
Click on these articles and see what Classics faculty member have been publishing. For a complete list of faculty scholarship, see individual faculty CVs.
Lissa Crofton-Sleigh: "The Curia Latina"
William Greenwalt: “Royal Charisma and the Evolution of Macedonia During the Reigns of Philip and Alexander”
John Heath: “Why Corinna?”
Scott LaBarge: “How (and Maybe Why) to Grieve like an Ancient Philosopher”
Mick McCarthy: “Augustine’s Mixed Feelings: Vergil’s Aeneid and the Psalms of David in the Confessions”
Carolynn Roncaglia: “Client prefects?: Rome and the Cottians in the Western Alps”
Dan Turkeltaub: "Windy Words in Penelope's Joking Dream: Odyssey 4.787-841"