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Ethan T. Adams. Gods and Humans in Ovid's Metamorphoses : Constructions of Identity and the Politics of Status. Diss., 2003. Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Latin Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Religion
Christopher M. Chinn. Statius and the Discourse of Ekphrasis. Diss., 2002. Graduate, Dissertations Imperial Rome, Latin Literature
Bradley Levett. Gorgias the Sophist. Diss., 2002. Graduate, Dissertations Greek History and Culture, Greek (Classical), Philosophy
Daniel Curley. Metatheater: Heroines and Ephebes in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Diss., 1999. Graduate, Dissertations Classics
Braden Mechley. Reading (with) the Animals: Lucretius' Creatures and his Poetic Program. Diss., 1998 (co-chair). Graduate, Dissertations Classics
Joseph Bringman, The Roman Revolutionaries: The Evolution of Revolution in Ancient Rome Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Historiography, History, Political Science, Roman History and Culture
En versus facio: Rewriting Augustan Elegy in Latin Epitaphs, Maximianus, & Louise Labé, directed by Dr. Stephen Hinds Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Late Antiquity, Latin Literature
Lexical Figures in Homer Graduate, Dissertations Greek (Classical), Literature, Poetry and Poetics
Killer Queen: Clytemnestra as Goddess, Heroine, and Monster in Greek Literature”  Graduate, Dissertations Drama, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Greek (Classical)
The Fugitive: Murder and Exile in Ancient Greece (Age of Heroes) Graduate, Dissertations Greek History and Culture, Greek (Classical), Folklore and Mythology, Literature
Apollo through Time and Space: From Homer’s Troy to Ovid’s Rome Graduate, Dissertations Greek History and Culture, Roman History and Culture, Folklore and Mythology, Religion