People - Faculty

Lawrence J. Bliquez

Professor Emeritus of Classics and Art History
Denny M262D
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Ruby Blondell

Professor of Classics, Adjunct Professor of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies, Byron W. and Alice L. Lockwood Professor in the Humanities
Denny 262 C
Office Hours: By appointment.

James J. Clauss

Professor of Classics; Adjunct in Near Eastern Languages and Civilization, and Comparative Literature
(206) 543-2266
M 262F Denny Hall
Office Hours: By appointment

Catherine M. Connors

Professor and Chair of Classics (Adjunct in Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies)
(206) 543-2266
DEN 262
Office Hours: Wed 3-4 or email for an appointment

Alain M. Gowing

Professor of Classics
206-543-2266
Denny M262C (north mezzanine)
Office Hours: Winter Quarter 2017: M 10:30-11:30 AM and by appointment
Stephen Hinds at town-line of Ovid, NY (Aug 2016)

Stephen E. Hinds

Professor
DEN M-262G
Office Hours: Winter 2017: Wed 3:00-4:30 and most days by appointment (please contact via email)

Alexander Hollmann

Associate Professor of Classics
DEN M262E
Office Hours: Winter and Spring 2017: On Leave

Deborah Kamen

Associate Professor of Classics, Adjunct in Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies; Graduate Program Coordinator
(206) 543-2526
DEN 262F
Office Hours: Mondays 1-2pm

Related Faculty

Name Title Degree / Fields Email / Phone
S. Marc Cohen

Professor Emeritus of Philosophy Ph.D. (Cornell); Ancient philosophy; philosophy of mind  
Sandra R. Joshel Professor of History Ph.D. (Rutgers); history of the late Republic and early Empire; Roman social history; Roman slavery  
Anna Kartsonis Professor Emerita of Art History Ph.D.(NYU, Institute of Fine Arts); medieval and Byzantine art history  
David Keyt Professor Emeritus of Philosophy Ph.D. (Cornell); Ancient and contemporary philosophy  
Scott Noegel Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization and Adjunct Professor of Classics Ph.D. (Cornell); Levantine, Mesopotamian, and Egyptian languages, culture, and history; Curriculum Vitae snoegel@uw.edu
Jean Roberts Professor of Philosophy Ph.D. (Pittsburgh); Ancient philosophy  
Carol G. Thomas Professor of History Ph.D. (Northwestern); Greek history  
Joel T. Walker Associate Professor of History, Adjunct Associate Professor of Classics  Ph.D. (Princeton); Late antiquity, Sasanian empire, archaeology of the late Roman Empire  
Cass Weller Associate Professor of Philosophy Ph.D. (Pittsburgh); cognition and practical reason in Plato and Aristotle  
Michael A. Williams Professor of Comparative Religion Ph.D. (Harvard); Koine Greek texts