Teaching

“Aristotle's Heirs: Greek and Roman Culture in Christianity and Islam.” A cultural and intellectual history seminar for freshmen (taught in translation).

“Terence and the Reception of Roman Comedy.” A reading and discussion course for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students.

“Introduction to Medieval Latin Literature.” An intermediate language and literary history course primarily for undergraduate students.

“Classics, Christianity, and Islam.” A cultural and intellectual history course for undergraduate students (taught in translation).

“Augustine of Hippo.” A reading and discussion course for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students.

“Medieval Latin Encounters of Christianity and Islam.” A graduate seminar.

“History of Latin literature II.” A reading and translation course for undergraduates and graduate students, ranging from Late Republican Latin prose and poetry through to Late Antiquity.

“William of Tyre’s Crusader History of Jerusalem.” A reading and discussion course for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students.

“Beginning Intensive Ancient Greek.” An intensive course covering Keller and Russell’s Learn to Read Greek, part 1 and 2.

“Readings in Christian Latin.” An intermediate course in Classical and Christian Latin, with readings from various Late-Antique and Medieval authors.

“Introduction to Christian Latin.” An introductory course in Classical Latin using Wheelock’s, supplemented with readings in Christian Latin.