Anne Feltovich specializes in the study of relationships between women as depicted in Greek and Latin literature. She has taught ancient Greek and Latin language courses as well as ancient Greek history and archaeology and has participated in archaeological excavations in Athens and Corinth. She cames to Hamilton from a visiting position at Grinnell College. She received her bachelor's degree in classics from Grinnell College and her doctorate in classical philology from the University of Cincinnati.
Barbara Gold's research interests are Greek and Roman literature, comparative literature, women in antiquity, feminist theory and classics and late antique and early Christian literature. Gold was the first woman editor of The American Journal of Philology. Her work includes editing The Blackwell Companion to Roman Elegy (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), to which she contributed a chapter, and Perpetua: a Martyr’s Tale (Oxford University Press, 2012). Gold is on the national advisory committee for a Teagle Foundation grant focusing on the fields of classics and political science. She earned a doctorate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Shelley Haley is an expert on Cleopatra and has discussed the subject on BBC and The Learning Channel programs. Haley was a distinguished visiting scholar at Washington University-St. Louis and participated in the Oxford Round Table. She has lectured widely on increasing the representation of students of color in Latin, ancient Greek and classics classrooms – and on her research about the role of a classical education in the lives and careers of 19th-century college-educated black women. She was chief reader for the AP Latin Exam and was appointed chair of the exam Development Committee.
Carl Rubino, a long-time collaborator of the Nobel Laureate physicist Ilya Prigogine, is known for his work on the connections between science and the humanities, with a focus on complexity theory, the problem of time and the impact of the theory of evolution on ethics. He has published and lectured on Greek and Roman literature, comparative literature and literary theory. Rubino has been president of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States and appeared on the History Channel in a Lucasfilm documentary “Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed,” where he discussed the films’ roots in mythology. He received his doctorate from the University at Buffalo.
Jesse Weiner's research and teaching interests encompass Greek and Latin epic poetry, drama and, especially, the many ways in which classical antiquity continues to inform modernity. Weiner has worked as a Latin consultant for Hollywood films and as a scholar with the Ancient Greeks/Modern Lives program. He previously taught classics at Illinois Wesleyan University, California State University Long Beach and the University of California, Irvine, where he earned his doctorate.