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Interests: Classical Philology; Greek Literature; Plato; Greek Vases; Classical Mythology; Catullus; Petrolini.
Dartmouth College 1958 A.B.
Harvard University 1960 A.M.
University of Rome 1962-3
American School of Classical Studies 1965-6
Harvard University 1960-2/1963-5
The Pennsylvania State University 1966-1997
University of Colorado Excavation at Elean Pylos, June-July 1968
American-Yugoslav Excavation in Sirmium, August 1968
Review of Thomas Cutt, Petronius: Cena Trimalchionis, in CW 64 (1971) 204-205.
Review of C. D. Ellis and A. Schachter, Ancient Greek: A Structural Programmme, in CW 65 (1971) 102-103.
"A Spondaic Hexameter by James Joyce," in James Joyce Quarterly 12 (1973) 311-313.
"The Symposium: Plato's Title and Intent," in Classics and the Classical Tradition, edited by Eugene N. Borza and Robert W. Carrubba (University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1973) 33-50.
"Mary Renault (Eileen Mary Challans) (1905-1983)" in Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook: 1983, edited by Mary Bruccoli and Jean W. Ross (Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1984) 131-136.
"Epapothanein teteleutekoti: (Plato, Symp. 180A)" in Glotta: Zeitschrift fur griechische und lateinische Sprache 62 (1984) 161-166.
Reviews of "Latin Grammar Computerized," "Latin Idiom Master," and "Quo Modo Dicis," in Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Language Newsletter 19 (Feb. 1986) 56-60.
Reviews of "Latin Skills," and "Individualized Latin Curriculum," in Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Newsletter 21 (Feb. 1987) 56-59.
Review of "Latin Exercises" in Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Newsletter 22 (September 1987) 54-55.
Review of "Cloze Encounters in Latin" Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Newsletter 24 (September 1988) 38-
"The Etymology and Earliest Significance of Eiron" in Glotta: Zeitschrift fur griechische und lateinische sprache 70 (1992) 31-34.
"The Pun on Apollodorus's Demotic" (Plato, Symp. 178A)" in Classical Philology (1992) 131-134.
Review of "Latin Skills for the Ibm" in Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Newsletter 27 (1993).
Review of "Aeneas Latinus" in Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Newsletter (forthcoming).
"Uninvited Guests at Agathons' (Plato, Symposium 174B)" 1973 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in St. Louis.
"Catullus, Carmen 94: Another Dig at Caesar?" 1974 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in Chicago.
"Human Teeth and a Fair-haired Death: Poetic Influences on the Iconography of Euphronios," 1978 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in Vancouver.
"Night, Sleep, and Death: A Corinthian Visualization," 1979 CAAS meeting at Lehigh University.
"An Adjective for Pompey's, Caesar's, and Catullus's City" 1980 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
"Aristophanes's Socrates': His Entrance and His Exit" 1981 CAAS Meeting at the University of Delaware.
"Nostra Mentula, Mentula Noster (Cat. 29.13, 20; 115.1)" 1981 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
"The Songs of the Crab, the Dolphin, and Silenos" 1982 CAC annual meeting in Ottawa.
The Political Significance of Sarpedon in Late Sixth Century Greek Iconography" September 1985 at CAAS meeting in Washington, D. C.
"Achilles' Liebestod: The Francois Vase and Plato's Symposium" April 1985 at the CAAS Meeting in Philadelphia.
"Political Symposia and Political Vases" 1985 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in Washington, D. C.
"Teaching the Classical Languages in College" Pennsylvania Classical Association Annual Fall Meeting in Pittsburg, PA. in October 1986.
"Terra Mater, Troy and Catullus's Brother: The Crux at 68.157" December 1986 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.
"The Limits of Homoerotic Madness: The Cannibal Polyphemus and the Politician Alcibiades" Popular Culture Association Annual Meeting in New Orlean in March 1988.
"The Symposium: Plato's Comic Critique" Israel Society for the Advancementof Classical Studies Annual Meeting In Haifa, Israel, May 16-17, 1990.
"The etymology of Eirvn" Israel Society for the Advancement of Classical Studies Annual Meeting In Tel Aviv, Israel, May 28-30, 1991 "Terra Mater, Troy and Catullus's Brother: The Crux at 68.157" May 8, 1992 Leeds Latin Seminar, England.
"Martial Vindex, and an Eponymous Pheidias," December 1992 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
"Socrates's Dramatic Entrances: Clouds 1-223 and Symposium 174d-175c " Comparative Drama Conference XVIII: Text and Drama March 1994 at the University of Florida.
"Socrates ex machina" December 1994 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in Atlanta.
"The Limits Of Homoerotic Madness: Euripides's Cannibal Polyphemus, Plato's Politician Alcibiades, And Kaiser's Soldier Socrates" Comparative Drama Conference XIX: Text and Drama March 1995 at the University of Florida.
"CLASSICS 45: Myths, Theories, Relevance, Tests" at the Classical Association of the Atlantic States Spring Meeting in Baltimore April 26-27, 1996
"Irony: Our Spartan Inheritance" in the Fifth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas in Utrecht 19-24 August 1996.
"Phoinix Son of Philippos: 'Emphasis' in Plato's 'Symposium'" December 1996 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in New York City.
"'Nerone' (1930) and 'Amphitryon' (1935): Comedy and the Celebration of Fascism" in the Colloquium on Classical Antiquity on Film at December 1997 AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in Chicago.
Fulbright Fellowship at the University of Rome, 1962-3.
Class of 1933 Humanities Award for distinguished undergraduate teaching at the Pennsylvania State University,
1976.NEH Summer Seminar at the National Theatre (London) directed by Ruby Cohn, 1978
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