601 Agnes Arnold Hall
Department of Modern
and Classical Languages
Houston, TX 77204-3006
MCL CLASSICAL STUDIES FACULTY
Casey Dué Hackney, Ph. D.
Professor of Classical Studies
Director, Program in Classical Studies
Executive Editor, Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, D. C.
Casey Dué Hackney's page
B. A., Brown University; A. M., Ph. D. Harvard University. Interests: Greek and Latin languages and literatures, Homeric poetry, Greek oral traditions, Greek tragedy, women's song and dance traditions.
Richard H. Armstrong, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Classical Studies
Richard Armstrong's page
B. A., University
of Chicago; M. Phil., Ph.D. Yale University.
Interests: Greek and Latin languages and literatures, reception of classical culture, translation studies, comparative literature.
D'Alessandro Behr, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Classical Studies and Italian Studies
Francesca D'Alessandro Behr's page
M. A., Ph. D.,
State University of New York at Buffalo.
Interests: Greek and Latin languages and literatures, Roman epic, women's history, Italian renaissance culture.
Dora Pozzi, Ph. D.
Professor Emerita of Classical Studies.
Founder, Classical Studies Program, UH
Dora Pozzi's page
M.A., University of Buenos Aires; B. Litt. in Greek
Philology, Oxford University.
Interests: Greek and Latin languages and literatures, Greek tragedy, online Greek pedagogy
B.A.(3 degrees) Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; M.A., Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin.
Interests: Greek Religion, Greek Tragedy, Greek Epic, and Roman Comedy.
Jonathan L. Zecher, Ph. D.
Lecturer in the Honors College and The Department of Modern and Classical Languages
B. A., St. John’s College; M.A.T.R., Ph. D. Durham University.
Interests: Greek and Latin languages and literatures, historical theology, Byzantine history, and Eastern Christianity.
Andrew J. Kinzler
Visiting Assistant Professor in Classical Studies
B.A., Trinity University; M.A., University of California, Los Angeles
Interests: Greek and Latin linguistics and philology, Homeric Epic, Indo-European linguistics and poetics