People - Faculty

Lawrence J. Bliquez

Professor Emeritus of Classics and Art History
Denny M262D

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: Winter 2018: Mon. 1.30-2.20; other times 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: MW 11:30-12:20 and 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 1:45-3:45 or email for an appointment. 11:30 is often possible.

Alain M. Gowing

Professor of Classics
Denny M262C (north mezzanine)
Office Hours: Winter Quarter 2018: MW 10:30-11:30 AM and by appointment
Stephen Hinds at town-line of Ovid, NY (Aug 2016)

Stephen E. Hinds

DEN M-262G
Office Hours: Winter 2018: Wedn 12:40-1:40 pm and most days by appointment (contact via email)

Alexander Hollmann

Associate Professor of Classics
Office Hours: Fall 2017: T 2-3, Th 1-2 and by appointment

Deborah Kamen

Associate Professor of Classics, Adjunct in Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies; Graduate Program Coordinator
(206) 543-2526
DEN 262F
Office Hours: WI18: Mondays and Fridays 11am-12pm (and by appointment)

Kathryn Topper

Associate Professor of Classics
Denny 229
Office Hours: M 10:30-11:20 & by appointment

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Jean Roberts Professor of Philosophy Ph.D. (Pittsburgh); Ancient philosophy  
Davide Tanasi  Affiliate Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (Torino); Archaeology of ancient Sicily and Malta, Greek and Roman art and archaeology; 2D and 3D Digital Imaging applied to Archaeological Heritage; Digital Communication of Cultural Heritage; Petrographic and Chemical Characterization of Ancient Ceramics. See more here
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  
S. Marc Cohen 
Professor Emeritus of Philosophy  Ph.D. (Cornell); Ancient philosophy; philosophy of mind   
Sandra R. Joshel
Professor Emerita 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  
Carol G. Thomas
Professor Emerita of History Ph.D. (Northwestern); Greek history