- Tina Chronopoulos
Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics and Medieval Studies. PhD, 2006, King's College London, University of London. Classical/medieval Latin literature, lives of saints, transmission of classical literature, palaeography.
- Tayseer Gomaa
Lecturer in Arabic and Near Eastern Studies. PhD, 1995, Alexandria University. Anthropology and cultural history.
- Gerald E. Kadish
Professor of History and Near Eastern Studies. PhD, 1964, University of Chicago. Ancient Egyptian, Near Eastern, Greek, and Roman History; ancient Egyptian language and literature.
- R. Kevin Lacey
Associate Professor of Arabic. PhD, 1984, Harvard University. Arabic language and literature, Arabic language teaching, Islamic intellectual history, Islamic mysticism, Persian language and literature.
- Eid Mohamed
Visiting Assistant Professor of Arabic, PhD, 2011, George Washington University: Middle Eastern Studies, Arab history and culture, US-Middle East encounters.
- Talat Okby
Adjunct Professor of Arabic. MLS, 1970, State University of New York at Albany. Classical Arabic poetry and multimedia.
- Zoja Pavlovskis-Petit
Professor of Comparative Literature and Classics. PhD, 1962, Cornell University. Classical Greek and Latin literature, satire, irony, pastoral poetry, mythology.
- Andrew Scholtz
Associate Professor of Classics and Chair of Department. Ph.D. 1997, Yale University. Greek and Latin language and literature; Greek and Roman rhetoric and culture.
- John H. Starks, Jr.
Assistant Professor of Classics. Ph.D. 2004, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Non-Western Ethnicity in the classical world, Greek and Roman drama, Roman historiography.
- Mary Youssef
Assistant Professor of Arabic, PhD 2012, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Last Updated: 10/29/12