Christopher Francese
Asbury J. Clarke Professor of Classical Studies, Dickinson College

Prof. Francese specializes in Roman literature and culture, and Greek mythography. He is the project director of Dickinson College Commentaries, a series of online multimedia editions of classical texts, and is the author of three books: Ancient Rome: An Anthology of Sources (Hackett, 2014), Ancient Rome in So Many Words (Hippocrene, 2007), and Parthenius of Nicaea and Roman Poetry (Peter Lang, 2001). He also produces the Latin Poetry Podcast, and directs a series of professional development workshops for Latin teachers, the Dickinson Latin Workshops. With student and faculty collaborators he created the Latin and Greek Core Vocabularies, the thousand most common words in Latin and the 500 most common words in ancient Greek, collated and edited on the basis of large samples.


Asbury J. Clarke Professor of Classical Studies, Dickinson College
德堡大学古典系教授, 上海师范大学上海千人计划特聘教授
Professor of Classical Studies, Dickinson College

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Helen A. Regenstein Distinguished Service Professor of Classics, University of Chicago
上海师范大学世界史教授 主要研究希腊化时代
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

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复旦大学历史系教授,系主任 主要研究古代希腊史
北京大学英语系讲师 主要研究《荷马史诗》与《希腊悲剧》
东北师范大学亚洲文明研究院副教授 主要研究希腊宗教和希腊神话
南京大学历史系讲师 教授罗马史和拉丁铭文
人民大学历史系教授 主要研究古希腊历史,现主要研究古希腊人的种族认同
东北师范大学古代史研究所希腊语拉丁语教授 , 现致力于翻译修昔底德著作和古希腊铭文
复旦大学历史系教授 , 现研究荷马与赫西俄德撰写的早期希腊诗歌和现代中国文化对古希腊神话接纳

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