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Robin Greene

Assistant Professor

Contact Information:
Ruane Center for the Humanities 129


Ph.D. - University of Washington

Area(s) of Expertise:

Ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt—literature and history, ancient ethnography

Recent Presentations:

Greene, Robin., American Philological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, "Books Received: Encounters with Texts in Callimachus’ Aetia and Iambi.". January, 2014.

Greene, Robin., Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest Annual Meeting, Spokane, WA, "Once Upon a Time in Aktaia: Callimachus, the Atthidographers, and ‘Old’ Attica". March, 2011.

Greene, Robin., Inaugural International Workshop of the Waterloo Institute of Hellenistic Studies, Waterloo, ON, "Historiography and Philosophy in Early Roman Epic". December, 2010.

Greene, Robin., American Philological Association Annual Meeting, Orange County, CA, "Callimachus’ Syllabus: Didactic Authority and the Role of Prose Models in the Aetia". January, 2010.

Greene, Robin., Internal Conference on the Ancient Novel, Lisbon, Portugal, "(Un)Happily Ever After? Literary and Religious Tensions in the Endings of the Apocryphal Acts of Paul and Thecla". July, 2008.

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