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Recent Dissertations

2016

Rachael Cullick
“Maximae Furiarum: The Female Demonic in Augustan Epic”
Advisor: Christopher Nappa

2015

Aaron Beek
“Freelance Warfare and Illegitimacy: the Historians' Portrayal of Bandits, Pirates, Mercenaries, and Politicians”
Advisor: Andrew Gallia

Anna Beek
“Always Look on the Bright Side of Death: Violence, Death, and Supernatural Transformation in Ovid's Fasti”
Advisor: Christopher Nappa

Andrew Willey
“Discovering a Higher Law: Cicero's Creation of a Roman Constitution”
Advisor: Christopher Nappa

2014

Don Burrows
“The Art of Deception: Longus and the Ancient Novel”
Advisor: Nita Krevans

Christine Lechelt
“Allusions of Grandeur: Gigantomachy, Callimachean Poetics, and Literary Filiation”
Advisors: Nita Krevans and Christopher Nappa

2013

Courtney Jade Friesen
“Reading Dionysus: Euripides' Bacchae among Jews and Christians in the Greco-Roman World”
Advisor: Melissa Harl Sellew

Mary Christine Marquis
“Reading Aeneas and Dido: Suggestion and Inference in Aeneid 1-4”
Advisor: Christopher Nappa

2012

Martin Gregory Wells
“A Cosmopolitan Village: The Hellenistic Settlement at Gordion”
Advisor: Andrea M. Berlin

Michael Owen Wise
“Language and Literacy in Roman Judea: A Study of the Bar Kokhba Documents”
Advisor: George A. Sheets

Heather A. Woods
“Hunting Literary Legacies: Captatio in Roman Satire”
Advisor: Christopher Nappa

2010

Paul Lesperance
“Symbols and Objects on the Sealings from Kedesh”
Advisor: Andrea M. Berlin