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The faculty in Classical Studies at Tulane University represent a wide range of research and teaching interests within the field of Classics. We have specialists in Greek and Latin literature, Roman law, ancient history, classical art and archaeology, early Christian and ancient Judaic studies.

Classical Studies Faculty
Ryan Boehm Associate Professor Department of Classical Studies Tulane University
Ryan Boehm
Department Chair
Michael Brumbaugh Department of Classical Studies at Tulane University
Michael Brumbaugh
Lecture/Events Coordinator
Allison Emmerson Assistant Professor Department of Classical Studies Tulane University
Allison Emmerson
Director of Graduate Studies
Thomas D. Frazel Associate Professor Department of Classical Studies Tulane University
Thomas D. Frazel
Riedel Librarian & Liaison to H-TML
Headshot of Gaia Gianni
Gaia Gianni
Dennis P. Kehoe Professor Department of Classical Studies Tulane University
Dennis P. Kehoe
Teaching Coordinator
Nathan Kish Visiting Faculty Department of Classical Studies Tulane University
Nathan Kish
Susann S. Lusnia Associate Professor Tulane University Department of Classical Studies
Susann S. Lusnia
Mallory Monaco Caterine
Mallory Monaco Caterine
Classics Club Advisor
Emilia Oddo Assistant Professor Department of Classical Studies Tulane University
Emilia Oddo
Director of Undergraduate Studies & Language Placement Coordinator
Classical Studies Emeritus Faculty
Jane B. Carter, Tulane University
Jane B. Carter

Associate Professor Emerita

Joe Park Poe, Tulane University
Joe Park Poe

Professor Emeritus

Classical Studies Staff
Elizabeth M Reyna, Tulane University
Elizabeth M Reyna

Executive Secretary

Affiliated Faculty
Professor Ronna Burger
Department of Philosophy
Interests:

Plato and Aristotle, Maimonides, Bible and Philosophy

Professor Kenneth W. Harl
Department of History
Interests:

Classical Greece, Rome and Byzantium