Faculty

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Kathleen M. Coleman

James Loeb Professor of the Classics
Director of Undergraduate Studies

Research interests: Latin literature, especially Flavian poetry, history and culture of the early Empire, arena spectacles, Roman punishment 

617.495.2024
Emma Dench

Emma Dench

Professor of the Classics and of History
Harvard College Professor
Director of Graduate Studies
Research interests: Roman Republican and early Imperial history; questions of identity in the ancient world; Roman imperialism; ancient Italy; the making of the Roman past
617.496.1956
John Duffy

John Duffy

Dumbarton Oaks Professor of Byzantine Philology and Literature, Emeritus
Research interests: Byzantine literature, philosophy, medicine, the Cappadocian Fathers, palaeography, and text editing
617.496.9086
Albert Henrichs

Albert Henrichs

Eliot Professor of Greek Literature
Research interests: Greek literature; Attic drama; Hellenistic poetry; Greek prose style; Greek historians; the Greek novel; Greek mythology and religion; Dionysos ancient and modern; Papyrology; textual criticism; History of classical scholarship; Paganism and Christianity; Manichaeism
617.495.1709
Jared M. Hudson

Jared M. Hudson

Assistant Professor of the Classics

Research interests: Latin literature and Roman culture, Roman transportation, Latin prose, the Roman rhetorical tradition, ancient etymology and grammar

617.495.4061
Christopher Jones

Christopher Jones

George Martin Lane Professor of the Classics and of History, Emeritus
Research interests: Hellenistic and Roman history, Greek epigraphy, Greek literature of the Roman period, Latin prose literature, Greek and Roman historiography
617.496.3823
Paul Kosmin

Paul Kosmin

Assistant Professor of the Classics
Research interests: Greek history; Greek historiography, especially Herodotus; ancient kingship and imperialism (Near Eastern, Graeco-Macedonian, and Roman); ancient ethnography and geography; Greek-Near Eastern interactions; epigraphy; Second Temple Judaism
617.495.1926

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