Thomas R Keith
THOMAS KEITH Instructor, Liberal Arts (2013). BA, 2004, University of Texas, Austin, TX; MA, 2005 and Ph.D., 2011, Classical Studies, University of Chicago. Publications: Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the International Plutarch Society (forthcoming); Classical Quarterly (forthcoming); Classical Outlook (forthcoming); Metamorphoses (forthcoming); Bryn Mawr Classical Review; Classical Journal Online.
Experience at SAIC
It is a pleasure to be a part of the diverse and creative SAIC community.
I am an adjunct instructor in the Department of Liberal Arts, specializing in the literature and culture of classical antiquity (Greece and Rome). I hold a Ph.D. in classics from the University of Chicago.
- Greek political thought under the Roman Empire
- the history of the post-Classical polis
- Imperial Greek poetry
- cultural interactions/exchanges between Greeks and Romans
- classical and comparative mythology
- religion in pre-Christian Europe
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