Current Faculty

Margaret Andrews

Margaret Andrews

Assistant Professor of Classics
Research Interests: Mediterranean archaeology, especially Roman; archaeological theory and methods; urbanism and urban transformation; urban social... Read more about Margaret Andrews
Boylston Hall
Emma Dench

Emma Dench

McLean Professor of Ancient and Modern History and of the Classics
Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Research Interests: Roman Republican and early Imperial history; questions of identity in the ancient world; Roman...

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FAS: Boylston 224
p: FAS: 617.496.1956
Office Hours: By appointment
David Elmer

David Elmer

Eliot Professor of Greek Literature
On leave 2020–21

Research Interests: the Homeric poems, the Greek and Roman novels, South Slavic oral epic poetry, contemporary literary theory

Boylston 223
p: 617.495.4019
Office Hours: Thursday 2–3:30, and by appointment. Email to request Zoom link.
Ivy Livingston

Ivy Livingston

Preceptor in Ancient Greek and Classical Latin
Publications Coordinator

Research Interests: Language pedagogy, especially the use of technology in both classroom and independent learning

Boylston 225
p: 617.496.0618
Office Hours: By appointment
Gregory Nagy

Gregory Nagy

Francis Jones Professor of Classical Greek Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature
Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies

Research Interests: Archaic and Classical Greek poetry and prose; rhetoric, linguistics, metrics, traditions 

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Boylston 228
p: 617.495.1941
Office Hours: By appointment
Jeremy Rau

Jeremy Rau

Professor of Linguistics and of the Classics
On leave spring 2021

Research Interests: Greek and Latin historical linguistics; Homeric language; Indo-European languages and linguistics; Indo-Iranian linguistics...

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Boylston 313
p: 617.496.2318
Office Hours: By appointment
Alexander Riehle

Alexander Riehle

Assistant Professor of the Classics

Research Interests: Byzantine literature, especially rhetoric and epistolography; sociology of literature; textual criticism and editorial theory

Boylston 226
p: 617.496.0970
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