DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICAL LANGUAGES

FACULTY 2004-2005


 Left to right: Stacy Beckwith, Jean Hayes, Jackson Bryce, Nancy Wilkie, Chico Zimmerman, Clara Hardy and Matt Semanoff.

 
Name
Position
Ext.
Office
Office Hours
Email

Stacy Beckwith

Assistant Professor of Hebrew

x7033

LDC 257

W 1:00-3:00, Th 3:30-5:30; and by appointment


sbeckwit@carleton.edu

Jackson Bryce

Chair, and Professor of Classical Languages

x4234

LDC 255

T 9:30-11:00, W 11:30-1:00, Th 2:30-4:00, F 9:00-10:30; and by appointment


jbryce@carleton.edu

Clara Hardy

Professor of Classical Languages

x4230

LDC 258

M-F 2:00-3:00; and by appointment

chardy@carleton.edu

Nancy Wilkie Co-Director Archeology, William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts x4231
On Leave Fall 04 nwilkie@carleton.edu
Clayton "Chico" Zimmerman Professor of Classical Languages x4233 LDC 253 M, W,  F 10:00-11:00, T, Th 9:30-12:00; and by appointment czimmerm@carleton.edu












 

STACY BECKWITH, Assistant Professor

B.A. University of Toronto; A.M., Ph.D. University of Minnesota. Special interests in nationalism and literature; Israeli, Palestinian, and Spanish.

Began teaching at Carleton in 1999.

 

JACKSON BRYCE, Professor, Chair, Department of Classical Languages

A.B. Catholic University; A.M., Ph.D. Harvard University. Special interests in Roman literature and history (especially of the Christian era). Jackson's bibliography of Lactantius available here.

Began teaching at Carleton in 1972

 

CLARA SHAW HARDY, Professor

B.A. Oberlin College; Ph.D. Brown University. Special interests in the performance of Greek and Roman drama, and gender studies.

Began teaching at Carleton in 1990.

 

 NANCY WILKIE, Professor of Classics and Anthropology

 A.B. Stanford University; M.A., Ph.D. University of Minnesota. Special interest in archaeology. Co-coordinator of the Archaeology Concentration.

Began teaching at Carleton in 1974.

 

CHICO (CLAYTON) ZIMMERMAN, Professor

B.A., Duke University; M.A., Ph.D. University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill). Special interests in Hellenistic poetry, mythology, and Augustan poetry.

Began teaching at Carleton in 1989.

 

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