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|Woodruff, Paul||Classics; Philosophy; Religious Studies||Ancient philosophy, early Greek philosophy, aesthetics, democracy, virtue ethics, Socrates, Plato|
|White, Stephen||Classics; Philosophy||Ancient Greek and Roman philosophy and science, especially ethics, Aristotle, Plato, Parmenides, Stoicism Ancient Greek Literature, especially tragedy, Hellenistic poetry, biography|
|Walthall, Denton||Classics||Alex Walthall specializes in the material culture of the ancient Mediterranean region, particularly the archaeology of ancient Sicily. Alex’s research has explored issues ranging from the visual …|
|Taylor, Rabun||Classics||Greek and Roman art, architecture, archaeology, urbanism, social history, and material culture— particularly as understood through the lens of social sciences such as anthropology and religious …|
|Riggsby, Andrew||Art and Art History; Classics||Roman cultural history; Latin prose; cognitive history|
|Rabinowitz, Adam||Classics||Greek colonization in Sicily, South Italy, Black Sea region; issues of culture-contact; commensality and drinking practices; Archaic Greek literature and culture; field archaeology|
|Perlman, Paula||Classics; History; Religious Studies||Greek History, Greek Religion, Epigraphy|
|Palaima, Thomas||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Classics; Plan II Honors Program; Religious Studies||Aegean and eastern Mediterranean prehistory and archaeology pertaining to inscribed or marked materials Linear B Decipherment theory and the use of texts within cultures and over time War and Violence …|
|Nethercut, William||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Classics||Greek and Roman literature; Ancient Egypt; Egyptian history, art, culture, hieroglyphics|
|Lushkov, Ayelet||Classics||Dr. Lushkov's research focuses especially on the role of literature and literary devices in shaping political and historical thought, and more broadly lies at the intersection of literary …|