Department of Religious Studies and Classics

David Soren

Regents Professor

DAVID SOREN is Regents Professor of Anthropology, Classics, and Art History. He is a Fellow of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He was named Honorary Italian Citizen for his contributions to Italian archaeology and Honorary Philhellene by the Greek Orthodox Church for his work in Cypriote archaeology. He has also been named a Successor Generation Scholar by Oxford University and the winner of Esquire Magazine’s Award for Contributions to Science.

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  • Art History and the Cinema - 2011
  • American Vaudeville: A Personal Retrospective - 2009
  • The Amazing Architecture of Ancient Rome - 2008
  • Art History and Cinema - 2004
  • Excavating the Ancient Romans - 2002
  • The Hollywood Musical - 1999
  • Mysterious Etruscans - 1998
  • The Golden Age of the Hollywood Movie - 1996
  • Ancient Rome Art, Archaelogy - 1992
  • Art History of Cinema - 1989
  • Greek/Roman Archaeology - 1985

Norman Austin

Professor Emeritus

NORMAN AUSTIN is Professor Emeritus of Classics at the University of Arizona. With his B.A. from Toronto and his Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, he has taught Greek and Latin literature at several universities. He joined the University of Arizona in 1980. He has taught courses in epic, tragedy, and philosophy, and numerous Humanities Seminars. He has published five books on Greek literature and myth.

 

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  • Athens and Persia: The Decisive Moment - 2007
  • The Pathology of Greek Tragedy: Ancient and Modern Theories - 2005
  • Sophocles' Philoctetes and the History of Greek Tragedy - 2004
  • The Problem of Nothing - 2002
  • Helen of Troy: from Homer to Derek Walcott - 2000
  • Post-Colonial Literature - 1998
  • Archaic Greek Culture - 1995
  • Greek Tragedy - 1990
  • Archaic Mind - 1989
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