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Job Placement of Our Graduates

Ohio State has one of the leading graduate programs in Classics in the nation. We are proud of the great success of our students in securing full-time employment after graduation, including numerous tenure-track academic positions in Classics.

Carmen Romano (2021: “And in whom do you most delight?” Poets, Im/mortals, and the Homeric Hymns) Visiting Assistant Professor, Bryn Mawr College

Dannu Hutwohl (2020: The Birth of Sacrifice: Ritualized Deities in Eastern Mediterranean Mythology) Cultural Program Co-ordinator, Colorado College

James Wolfe (2020: Bēth Rhōmāyē: Being and Belonging in Syriac in the Late Roman Empire) Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Michigan

Marcus Ziemann (2019: "He Brought a Message Back from Before the Flood": The Iliad and Neo-Assyrian Ideology and Propaganda) Lecturer in Classics at Princeton University

Alice Gaber (2019: The Sublime and the Stubborn: Chorality as Narrative Resource) University of Wisconsin, Department of Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Teaching Faculty

William Little (2019: Renaissance Commentaries on the Epistula Sapphus), The Ohio State University, Department of Classics, Lecturer 

Margaret Elsner (2019: Skin, Mind, and Genitals: Animalized Women in Classical and Contemporary Literature), Upper School English and Latin Teacher at Saint Stephen's Episcopal School in Bradenton, Florida

Brandon Bourgeois (2018: Roman Imperial Accessions: Politics, Constituencies, and Communicative Acts), University of Southern California, Department of Classics, tenure-track position

Kathryn Caliva (2018: Prayer and Pragmatic Speech Acts in Greek Poetry), Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics at Kenyon College

Scott Kennedy (2018: How to write history: Thucydides and Herodotus in the ancient rhetorical tradition), Assistant Professor, Bilkent University

Warren Huard (2018: Herakles and Dionysos in Archaic Greece) Instructor, University of Winnipeg

Hank Blume (2017: Fear, Anger, and Hatred in Livy's Account of the Struggle of the Orders). Assistant Professor, Ohio Wesleyan University

Laura Marshall (2017: Uncharted territory: Receptions of philosophy in Apollonius Rhodius’ Argonautica), Assistant Professor of Classics and Mediterranean Studies, Pennsylvania State University

Aaron Palmore (2016: Desire Interrupted: Erotics, Politics, and Poetics in Horace, Odes 4) Visiting Assistant Professor, Loyola University Maryland

Quinn Griffin (2016: Embodying Diotima: Classical Exempla and the Learned Lady), Assistant Professor of Classics, Grand Valley State University

Marion Kruse (2015: The politics of Roman memory in the age of Justinian), Associate Professor of Classics, University of Cincinnati

Adam Rappold (2015: The shadow of the polis: A synchronic and diachronic examination of the Skira festival in Athens), Assistant Professor of Classics at Brock University
Joseph Danielewicz (2015: Parody as pedagogy in Plato’s dialogues), Columbus School for Girls, Upper School Latin instructor

Corey Hackworth (Classics, 2015): Visiting Assistant Professor at Baylor University

Hanne Eisenfeld (2014: One mostly dead: Immortality and related states in Pindar’s victory odes), Assistant Professor of Classics, Boston College​​​​​​​

Luke Gorton (2014: Through the grapevine: Tracing the origins of wine), Visiting Lecturer of Classics and Religious Studies, University of New Mexico​​​​​​​

Benjamin McCloskey (2013: Xenophon's Kyrou Amathia: Deceitful Narrative and The Birth of Tyranny) Assistant Professor, Kansas State University.

Craig Jendza (2013: Euripidean Paracomedy), Associate Professor, University of Kansas​​​​​​​

Sam Flores (2013: The roles of Solon in Plato’s Dialogues), Assistant Professor, College of Charleston​​​​​​​

Gabe Fuchs (2013: Renaissance receptions of Ovid’s Tristia), Upper School Latin Teacher, Wakefield School

Maxwell Teitel Paule (2012: Canidia, Rome’s first witch), Associate Professor at Earlham College