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​Faculty

Faculty members teaching in the program specialize in several areas of Classical study, including ancient warfare, early Christian art, and ancient ethics and philosophy.

History Faculty


2drogula.jpgDr. Fred K. Drogula
Associate Professor
Areas of Interest: History of Ancient Greece and Rome, Ancient Warfare, Women in the Ancient World, Ancient Greek and Latin
fdrogula@providence.edu

 

 

Greene,-Robin-2012.jpgDr. Robin J. Greene
Assistant Professor
Areas of Interest: Ancient Greek and Latin, Local and Universal Historiography, Early Christian Narrative
rgreene2@providence.edu

 

 

1jlawless.jpgDr. John M. Lawless
Assistant Professor
Areas of Interest: Ancient Greek and Latin, Greek History, Ancient Rhetoric, Classical Tradition
jlawless@providence.edu

​Affiliated Faculty


Dr. Patrick J. Macfarlane
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Areas of Interest: Aristotle, Ancient Philosophy, Ancient Medicine
 

Dr. Timothy Mahoney
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Areas of Interest: Plato, Ancient Ethics, Business Ethics

Dr. Despina D. Prassas
Associate Professor of Theology
Areas of Interest: Christian Monasticism, Patristic Theology

Dr. Thomas F. Strasser
Associate Professor of Art History
Areas of Interest: Ancient Art, Greek Archaeology

Dr. Arthur P. Urbano
Associate Professor of Theology
Areas of Interest: New Testament Studies, Patristics, Early Christianity and Classical Culture, Early Christian Art and Archaeology

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