Profiles in "Classics" Expertise Area

  • Haberman has taught upper-level Latin and literature courses at ASU for 50 years, as well as the occasional culture course.
  • Arena teaches a broad range of courses in ancient Greek and Latin language and literature, Greek and Roman history, and medieval Latin.
  • Tueller teaches Greek language and literature, especially the poetry of the Hellenistic period.
  • Mahgoub al-Tahawy is an award-winning Egyptian novelist and short story writer, and affiliated member of the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at ASU.
  • Don Fette teaches at Barrett, the Honors College. His teaching interests and experience entail a number of areas and disciplines.
  • Álvaro Cerrón-Palomino's teaching and research interests include variationist sociolinguistics, dialectology, and historical linguistics.
  • Bolmarcich was born and raised in Philadelphia and came to ASU in fall 2010. She works on ancient Greek international relations and diplomacy.
  • Moran's current research investigates how methods in the physical sciences provide a foothold for thinking about the materiality of knowledge production in feminist theory and practice.
  • Sullivan is an ancient historian, who teaches and researches in the history of trans-regional exchanges between early Greece and the Near East and Egypt. He is also interested in the history of premodern warfare.