Ying Xiong
Assistant Professor of History/Classics, Nanjing University

I teach Roman history and Latin epigraphy in the History Department at Nanjing University. For me western classics can serve as resources for thinking about for reflecting on Chinese historical and political traditions. We want to trace back to the origins and explore why the two cultural traditions are so divergent from the beginning. I would like to see the DCO project to provide us with an anthology of primary sources of Greek and Latin readings for teaching and research.

Officers

Asbury J. Clarke Professor of Classical Studies, Dickinson College
Associate Professor of Classics, DePauw University, Shanghai “1000 plan” Expert/Distinguished Guest Professor at Shanghai Normal University
Professor of Classical Studies, Dickinson College

Advisory Board

Helen A. Regenstein Distinguished Service Professor of Classics, University of Chicago
Professor of History, Shanghai Normal University
Davidson Kennedy Professor of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania
Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History, Harvard University
Dickason Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Classics and History, Stanford University

Editorial Board

Assistant Prof. of Ancient Greek History, Zhejiang University
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Zhejiang University
Professor of History/Classics, Chair of the History Department, Fudan University
Assistant Professor of English Literature, Peking University
Associate Professor, Institute for the History of Ancient Civilizations Northeast Normal University
Assistant Professor of History/Classics, Nanjing University
Professor of History/Classics, Renmin University
Professor of Classics, Northeast Normal University, Director, Institute for the History of Ancient Civilizations
Professor of History, Fudan University

Editorial Assistant

University of New Hampshire

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Web Development Specialist, Dickinson College