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  • David Pickel | Department of Classics
    Workshops Past Events Contact Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads People Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff David Pickel David Pickel PhD Candidate Classical Archaeology David is focusing is Classical Archaeology with research interests in the Mediterranean West environmental archaeology and the ancient economy He has participated in excavations in Italy and Portugal as well as collections research

    Original URL path: https://classics.stanford.edu/people/david-pickel (2015-12-03)
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  • Stephen Sansom | Department of Classics
    Recent News Awards Job Placement Events Upcoming Events Eitner Lectures Orality Workshops Past Events Contact Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads People Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff Stephen Sansom Stephen Sansom PhD Candidate Language and Literature sansom cv autumn 2015 pdf Contact Info sasansom stanford edu Stephen earned his BA in Classics and English from Samford University 2007 and his MA in Classical Studies from Vanderbilt University 2012 In between he spent a post baccalaureate year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2009 10 a summer at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens Summer Session 2011 and taught Latin at the secondary level outside Birmingham Alabama Now that he has left the South s humid embrace for the epiphanic shores of the West Coast Stephen is currently pursuing his interests in early Greek poetry and poetics Past projects have involved memory and being in Hesiod s Theogony and agonistic performance in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo current projects include memory and metrics in the Odyssey hymnic performance in the Iliad and the Latin reception of Hesiod He serves as joyous translator actor

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  • Alan Sheppard | Department of Classics
    Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff Alan Sheppard Alan Sheppard PhD Candidate Language and Literature cv sheppard oct15 pdf ashep stanford edu https stanford academia edu AlanSheppard I am a sixth year graduate student on the Language and Literature track writing a dissertation on the development of inscribed epigram in Archaic and Classical Greece My dissertation investigates how inscribed epigram previously a form of poetry characterised by a diversity in metre diction and locality developed into a genre with recognisable dictional and thematic features in Classical Greece Thus my project firstly examines the influence of the Persian War epigrams on the genre as a whole as well as the impact of wider changes in the literary culture of late sixth and early fifth century Greece and secondly positions inscribed epigram within its wider literary context investigating the reception and dissemination of inscribed epigram across the Greek world through readers and later authors My dissertation has allowed me to combine the study of Greek literature with epigraphic and historical studies subjects I have also worked on in relation to hymns old comedy and historiography More broadly I am interested in questions of cultural memory and literature as

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  • Peter Shi | Department of Classics
    Job Placement Events Upcoming Events Eitner Lectures Orality Workshops Past Events Contact Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads People Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff Peter Shi Peter Shi PhD Candidate Ancient History I am a graduate student on the history track My research interest mainly focuses on the social history of Roman Empire especially the living conditions

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  • Ronnie Shi | Department of Classics
    Workshops Past Events Contact Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads People Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff Ronnie Shi Ronnie Shi PhD Candidate Ancient History Curriculum Vitae MPhil Oxford 2013 AB Princeton 2011 I am broadly interested in the development of ideas and rational inquiry in classical antiquity and the ways in which this process has contributed to shaping and defining the larger cultural phenomenon which we might call Western civilization Within Greco Roman intellectual culture my interests span science philosophy and literature but apart from the texts and ideas themselves I like to think about the social economic and political contexts that make and shape the ways the Greeks and Romans made sense of themselves and their world Other interests of mine beyond the domain of ancient intellectual history include the cultural transformations of Late Antiquity the role of slavery and human trafficking in ancient economic development ancient conceptions of nationality and identity and the history of classical scholarship especially the works and lives of Gibbon Mommsen and Housman My previous training in classics has been primarily philological and I continue to work on a wide range of topics in literary and cultural history I have given papers at the SCS UK Classical Association and various smaller venues on topics ranging from Roman law in Seneca the Elder and the Caesarean commentarii to Greek dreams and the invented past of the Messenians I have also co published an article with Llewelyn Morgan Brasenose College Oxford on allusive topography in Virgil s Aeneid in the spring 2015 issue of TAPA Other short projects on Horace s Odes the science and philosophy of Lucan and Cicero s domestication of Greek intellectual culture are currently in development Publications A Tale

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  • Ava Shirazi | Department of Classics
    Polizzo archaeological excavation News Recent News Awards Job Placement Events Upcoming Events Eitner Lectures Orality Workshops Past Events Contact Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads People Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff Ava Shirazi Ava Shirazi PhD Candidate Language and Literature Joint B A in Classics and English with High Distinction University of Toronto School of Criticism and Theory at Cornell Summer 2011 Ava s research centers on the literary philosophical and material culture of classical Greece in particular on topics of aesthetics sense perception and the correlation between material objects and intellectual concepts in cultural experience These issues have motivated her dissertation The Mirror and the Senses reflection and perception in classical Greek thought The project looks at how the bronze medium of Greek mirrors shaped a user s visual experience and how this experience was reflected in the intellectual domains of culture where discourses on image production and perception were in circulation At Stanford she has taught a wide array of courses from Greek language philosophy and intellectual history to freshmen writing mythology and ancient athletics She is always looking for inspiration in literature and theory

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  • Brittney Szempruch | Department of Classics
    Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads People Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff Brittney Szempruch Brittney Szempruch PhD Candidate Language and Literature Brittney Szempruch is a Ph D student on the Language and Literature track after receiving her B A in Classics and English from Georgetown University in 2012 On the whole her aim is to balance close philological reading

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  • Lizzy Ten-Hove | Department of Classics
    ORBIS Stanford Classics in Theater SCIT POLIS Mapping the Grand Tour Aisthesis the Undergraduate Journal Binchester archaeological excavation Forma Urbis Romae Monte Polizzo archaeological excavation News Recent News Awards Job Placement Events Upcoming Events Eitner Lectures Orality Workshops Past Events Contact Us Quick Question Location Affiliated Programs Make A Gift Resources Faculty Grad Students Undergrads People Core Faculty Affiliated Faculty Scholars Graduate Students Undergraduates Alumni Staff Lizzy Ten Hove Lizzy Ten Hove PhD Candidate Language and Literature Lizzy received her B A in Classics and English Literature from McGill University in 2013 combining the two disciplines in an honors thesis titled Adsum Seneca and the Supernatural on the Elizabethan Stage Her research interests center around ancient drama and its reception both in antiquity and beyond She is particularly interested in drama during the Second Sophistic She is also active in modern performances of ancient texts as an actor translator and director some of her projects include Euripides Bacchae Centaur Theatre Oct 2012 Homer s Iliad 1 Freestanding Room Jan 2013 and Sophocles Philoktetes Montréal Arts Interculturels Feb 2013 She is an enthusiastic participant in Stanford Classics in Theater most recently as director of Aristophanes The Nerds May 2015 Contact Email

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