Vincent J. Rosivach
Classical Studies
Fairfield University
Fairfield, CT 06824
(203)254-4000, ext. 2337
rosivach@fairfield.edu
 

EDUCATION:

    B.A. egregia cum laude, Fordham College, 1961.
    M.A., Fordham University, 1963.
    Ph.D., Fordham University, 1966 (dissertation: "Barberini latini 77-87").
 

RECORD OF EMPLOYMENT:

    Adjunct Instructor, Fordham University School of Education, 1963-64.
    Instructor, Fairfield University, 1965-66.
    Assistant Professor, Fairfield University, 1966-71.
    Associate Professor, Fairfield University, 1971-76.
   
Professor of Classics, Fairfield University, 1976-present.

    Professeur invité, Université de Montréal, 2008.
   
Tenure granted, 1970.
    Chairman, Department of Classics, Fairfield University, 1965-79; Director, Greek and Roman Studies/Classical Studies, 1979-2010, 2011-13, 2015.
 

ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS:

    1. Fulbright-Hayes fellowship, Bologna, 1964-65.

    2. Sabbatical leaves, Fairfield University, spring 1976, 1983, 1991; fall 2003-spring 2004; fall 2010-spring 2011.

    3. Grant from Ingram-Merrill Foundation for spring-summer 1976.

    4. Visiting Scholar, Columbia University, spring-summer 1976.

    5. NEH Summer Seminar, University of Chicago, 1978.

    6. NEH Summer Seminar, Brown University, 1981.

    7. Participant, Yale Visiting Faculty Program, spring 1983.

    8. Fairfield University summer research stipends, 1984 and 1988.

    9. NEH Summer Seminar, Stanford University, 1986.

    10. Faculty Resources Network Scholar-in-Residence, New York University, spring 1990.

    11. Grant from the Connecticut Humanities Council in support of "Latin Assisting the Language Arts:  A  Program for Language Arts Teachers in Bridgeport Public Schools," 1990-92.

    12. Research leave, Fairfield University, fall 1996-spring 1997.

    13. Visiting Scholar, McGill University, fall 1996-spring 1997.

    14. Choice Outstanding Academic Book (1999): When a Young Man Falls in Love: The Sexual Exploitation of Women in New Comedy.

    15. Fairfield University Faculty Welfare Committee Lifetime Service Award, 2006, 2017.

    16. Classical Association of Connecticut Distinguished Service Award, 2008.

    17. Fairfield University Faculty Welfare Committee Colleague of the Year Award, 2017. 
 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

books:

    1. The System of Public Sacrifice in Fourth-Century Athens (American Classical Studies 34; Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 1994).
    2. When a Young Man Falls in Love: The Sexual Exploitation of Women in New Comedy (London and New York: Routledge, 1998).
 

articles and chapters:

    1. "Plautine Stage Settings (Asin., Aul., Men., Trin.)," Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association 101 (1970) 445-61.

    2. "Manuscripts of Matthias Corvinus in the Barberini Collection," Manuscripta 15 (1971) 177-84.

    3. "Terence, Adelphi 165-6," Classical Review 22 (1972) 8-9.

    4. "Terence, Adelphoe 155-9," Classical Quarterly 23 (1973) 85-87.

    5. "Sceledrus and the Monkey Again," Classical Journal 70.1 (1974) 47.

    6. "Terence, Adelphoe 60-63," Classical Philology 70 (1975) 118-19.

    7. "A Borrowed Vorpal Blade," Jabberwocky: The Journal of the Lewis Carroll Society 4 (1975) 41.

    8. "Ajax' Intended Victims," Classical World 69 (1975-76) 201-2.

    9. "The First Stasimon of the Hecuba, (444 ff.)," American Journal of Philology 96 (1975) 349-62.

    10. "Sophocles' Ajax," Classical Journal 72 (1976-77) 47-61.

    11. "Earthborn and Olympians: The Parodos of the Ion," Classical Quarterly 27 (1977) 284-94.

    12. "Euripides, Orestes 5-7," Maia 19 (1977) 77-79.

    13. "Hector in the Rhesus," Hermes 106 (1978) 54-73.

    14. "The Altar of Zeus Agoraios in the Heracleidae," La parola del passato 33 (1978) 32-47.

    15. "The ‘Golden Lamb' Ode in Euripides' Electra," Classical Philology 73 (1978) 189-99.

    16. "The Stage Settings of the Rudens and the Heauton Timorumenos," Rivista di studi classici 26 (1978) 388-402.

    17. "Sources of Some Errors in Catullan Commentaries," Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association 108 (1978) 203-16.

    18. "The Two Worlds of the Antigone," Illinois Classical Studies 4 (1979) 16-26.

    19. "Terence, Heautontimorumenos 205: The Scholarly Tradition," in Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History, ed. M. Renard et al., vol. 2 (Bruxelles: Collection Latomus 1980) 57-70.

    20. "The Genealogy of Latinus and the Palace of Picus (Aeneid 7.45-49 and 170 ff.)," Classical Quarterly 30 (1980) 140-52.

    21. "Lucretius 4.1123-40," American Journal of Philology 101 (1980) 401-3.

    22. "Caelius' Adherence to the Caesarian Cause," Classical World 74 (1980-81) 201-212.

    23. "Hoi Polloi in the Crito," Classical Journal 76 (1980-81) 289-97.

    24. "Mars in the Inscriptions," Society of Biblical Literature 1982 Seminar Papers (Chico: Scholars Press 1982) 431-35.

    25. "Mars, the Lustral God," Latomus 42 (1983) 509-21.

    26. "On Creon, Antigone, and Not Burying the Dead," Rheinisches Museum 126 (1983) 193-211.

    27. "The advocati in the Poenulus and the piscatores in the Rudens," Maia 35 (1983)  83-93.

    28. "Aphairesis and Apoleipsis: A Study of the Sources, " Revue internationale des droits de l'antiquité 3ème série, 31 (1984) 193-230.

    29. "The Romans' View of the Persians," Classical World 78 (1984-85) 1-8.

    30. "Manning the Athenian Fleet, 433-426 B.C.," American Journal of Ancient History 10 (1985) 41-66.

    31. "The Settings of Plautus' Bacchides, Cistellaria and Epidicus," Hermes 114 (1986) 429-42.

    32. "Love and Leisure in Roman Comedy and the Amatory Poets," L'antiquité classique 55 (1986) 175-89.

    33. "Latino," Enciclopedia Virgiliana, vol. 3 (Roma: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana 1987) 131-34.

    34. "Pallante," Enciclopedia Virgiliana, vol. 3 (Roma: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana 1987) 941-44.

    35. "Autochthony and the Athenians," Classical Quarterly 37 (1987) 294-306.

    36. "Execution by Stoning in Athens," Classical Antiquity 6 (1987) 232-48.

    37. "Some Fifth and Fourth Century Views on the Purpose of Ostracism," Tyche 2 (1987) 161-70.

    38. "The Cult of Zeus Eleutherios at Athens," La parola del passato 42 (1987) 262-285.     39. "The Tyrant in Athenian Democracy," Quaderni Urbinati di cultura classica N.S. 30.3 (1988) 43-57.

    40. "Pico," Enciclopedia Virgiliana, vol. 4 (Roma: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana 1988) 92-93.

    41. "The Interpretation of Sophocles Antigone 926," Classical Philology 84 (1989) 116-19.

    42. "The Use of Computers in Latin Instruction at Fairfield University">, Computing and the Classics 5 (1989) 73.

    43. "The Miles Inpransus of Plaut. Aul. 528," Latomus 48 (1989) 344-45.

    44. "Talasiourgoi and Paidia in IG 22 1553-78: A Note on Athenian Social History," Historia 38 (1989) 365-370.

    45. "Some Unexpected Freedmen's Names," Liverpool Classical Monthly 16.1 (Jan. 1991) 4-5.

    46. "Some Athenian Presuppositions about ‘the Poor'," Greece & Rome 38 (1991) 189-198.

    47. "IG 22 334 and the Panathenaic Hekatomb," La parola del passato 46 (1991) 430-442.

    48. "Redistribution of Land in Solon, Fragment 34 West," Journal of Hellenic Studies 112 (1992) 153-157.

    49. "Agricultural Slavery in the Northern Colonies and in Classical Athens: Some Comparisons," Comparative Studies in Society and History 35 (1993) 551-567; reprinted as Chapter 11 in The Worlds of Unfree Labour, From Indentured Servitude to Slavery, ed. C. A. Palmer (Aldershot: Ashgate 1998) 277-93.

    50. "The Rationes Centesimarum (IG 22 2594-2603+)," Eirene 28 (1993) 49-61.

    51. "'Classical' Music," New England Classical Newsletter & Journal 21 (1993-94)) 125-26.

    52. "Humbler Fare in the Moretum," New England Classical Newsletter & Journal 22 (1994-95) 57-59.

    53. "ANUS: Some Older Women in Latin Literature," Classical World 88 (1994-95) 107-117.

    54. "New Evidence for the Populations of Connecticut's Towns in 1776, 1779, and 1782," Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin 56 (1991 [1994]) 205-11.

    55. "The Distribution of Population in Attica," Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 34 (1993 [1994]) 391-407.

    56. "The Hubbards, An African-American Family in Connecticut, 1769-1810," Connecticut History 35 (1994 [1995]) 263-77.

    57. "Three Petitions by Connecticut Negroes for the Abolition of Slavery in Connecticut," Connecticut Review 17.2 (fall, 1995) 79-92.

    58. "Religion in the Attic Demes," Athenaze Newsletter (November, 1995).

    59. "Seneca on the Fear of Poverty in the Epistulae Morales," L'antiquité classique 64 (1995) 91-98.

    60. "suum cuique ii," New England Classical Journal 24 (1996-97) 55-56.

    61. "The Sociology of the Copa," Latomus 55 (1996) 605-14.

    62. "Letter from Montréal," New England Classical Journal 25 (1997) 19.

    63. "Solon's Brothels," Liverpool Classical Monthly 20.1-2 (Jan.-Feb. 1995 [1997]) 3-4.

    64. "Basic Latin," New England Classical Journal 25 (1998) 134-36.

    65. "Catullus 51: Poetry as Vicarious Experience," New England Classical Journal 26.4 (1999) 36-39.

    66. "Enslaving Barbaroi and the Athenian Ideology of Slavery," Historia 48 (1999) 129-57.

    67. "Plautus, Rudens 1114 and the Power of Discourse," Classical World 93.3 (2000) 261-65.

    68. "Cicero, Cael. 18 and the Educated Elite," New England Classical Journal 27 (2000) 68-72.

    69. "The Thracians of IG II2 1956," Klio 83 (2000)  379-81.

    70. "The Audiences of New Comedy," Greece & Rome 47 (2000) 169-71.

    71. "Some Economic Aspects of the Fourth-Century Athenian Market in Grain," Chiron 30 (2000) 31-64.

    72. "Class Matters in the Dyskolos of Menander," Classical Quarterly 51 (2001) 127-34.

    73. "Manpower and the Athenian Navy in 362 B.C.," New Interpretations in Naval History: Selected papers from the eleventh Naval History Symposium... ed. R. W. Love, Jr. et al. (Annapolis 2001) 12-26.

    74. "Terms of Censure in the Adelphoe," New England Classical Journal 28 (2001) 222-29.

    75. "The Requirements for the Solonic Classes in Aristotle, AP. 7.4," Hermes 130 (2002) 36-47.

    76. "Zeugitai and Hoplites," Ancient History Bulletin 16 (2002) 33-43.

    77. "Cicero's Statues," New England Classical Journal 31 (2004) 387-95.

    78. "How Safe was Travel Abroad? Some Evidence from Athenian Vases," Historia 54 (2005) 343.

    79. "Astyphilos the Mercenary," Greece & Rome 52 (2005) 195-204.

    80. "Cicero, Epistulae ad Familiares 7.26 (Why Cicero Got Sick from Eating Too Many Veggies)," New England Classical Journal 32 (2005) 319-27.

    81. "Notes on the Pentakosiomedimnos' Five Hundred Medimnoi," Classical Quarterly 55 (2005) 597-601.

    82. "The First Venatio," New England Classical Journal 33 (2006) 271-78.

    83. "The Lex Fannia sumptuaria of 161 B.C.," Classical Journal 102 (2006) 1-15.

    84. "Murdered Masters," New England Classical Journal 34 (2007) 217-24.

    85. "Why Seize the Acropolis?" Historia 57 (2008) 125-33.

    86. "The Elephant-Drawn Chariot in Pompey's First Triumph," New England Classical Journal 36 (2009) 239-52.

    87. "IG I3 82 and the Date of the Introduction of Bouleutic Misthos in Athens," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 175 (2010) 145-49.

    88. "The Oaths of the Athenians at the Ratification of Solon's Reforms," Phoenix 64 (2010) 223-37.

    89. "State Pay as War Relief in Peloponnesian-War Athens," Greece and Rome 58 (2011) 176-83.

    90. "The Landscape of Catullus 63," Latomus 71 (2012) 3-10.

    91. "The Meaning of ΖΕΥΓΙΤΗΣ," Classical Philology 107 (2012) 146-50.

    92. "The ­Thētes in Thucydides 6.43.1," Hermes 140 (2012) 131-39.

    93. "The Athenian Five Thousand of 411 B.C.," Athenaeum 100 (2012) 63-70.

    94. "Solon," Encyclopedia of Ancient History, ed. R. S. Bagnall et al. (Hoboken 2012) 6314-16.

    95. "Thetes," Encyclopedia of Ancient History, ed. R. S. Bagnall et al. (Hoboken 2012) 6713.

    96. "Zeugitai," Encyclopedia of Ancient History, ed. R. S. Bagnall et al. (Hoboken 2012) 7171-72.

    97. "Hippeis," Encyclopedia of Ancient History, ed. R. S. Bagnall et al. (Hoboken 2012) 3225-26.

    98. "Funding Jury Pay in Athens c. 461 BC," Ancient History Bulletin 27 (2013) 165-70.

    99. "Classical Athens: Predatory Democracy? Hidden Oligarchy? Neither? Both?" New England Classical Journal 41 (2014) 168-194.

  100. "Epitaphs as an Introduction to Latin Epigraphy," New England Classical Journal 43 (2016) 145-66.

  101. "Euthyphron's Prosecution of His Father in the Euthyphron, Classical Philology 112 (2017) 232-41.

   

papers and other presentations:

    1. "Terms of Censure in the Adelphoe," paper read at the 1969 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    2. "Plautine Stage Settings (Asin., Aul., Men., Trin.)," paper read by title at the 1969 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    3. "Antigone: Us and Them," paper read at the 1975 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    4. "The First Stasimon of the Hecuba," paper read at the 1976 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    5. "Sources of Some Errors in Catullan Commentaries and LSJ(9)," paper read at the 1977 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    6. "On Creon, Antigone, and Not Burying the Dead," paper read at the 1979 Kentucky Foreign Language Conference.

    7. "Mars the Lustral God," paper read at the 1979 meeting of the Greco-Roman Religions Group of the Society of Biblical Literature.

    8. "Otium and Amor," paper read at the 1980 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    9. "The Romans' View of the Persians," paper read at the 1981 meeting of the Connecticut section of the Classical Association of New England.

    10. "The Tyrant as Civil Devil," paper read at the 1981 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    11. "Mars in the Inscriptions," paper presented at the 1982 meeting of the Greco-Roman Religions Group of the Society of Biblical Literature.

    12. "Latinus," paper read at the 1982 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    13. "The Indictment of Alcibiades," paper read at the 1983 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    14. "Social Background to Roman Comedy," paper read at the 1986 meeting of the Classical Association of Connecticut.

    15. "The Use of Roman Comedy as a Source for Roman History," paper presented at the spring 1988 meeting of the New England Ancient History Colloquium.

    16. "Redistribution of Land in Solon, Fragment 34 West," paper read at the 1989 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    17. "The Emperor's Names," presentation at the public colloquium "Money Talks: Past to Present," Saint Joseph College, March 3, 1990.

    18. "IG 22 334 and the Panathenaic Hekatomb," paper read at the 1990 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    19. "Some Athenian Assumptions About the ‘Poor'," paper read at the 1991 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    20. "Slavery in the Northern American Colonies and Classical Athens: A Comparative Approach," paper read at the 1991 meeting of the Association of Ancient Historians; also read at the spring 1992 University of Connecticut History Department Colloquium.

    21. "Religion and the Family," presentation at the public colloquium "Family Ties in Ancient Rome," Trinity College, September 28, 1991.

    22. "summa uitae beatae sit solida securitas et eius inconcussa fiducia (Seneca, EM 44.7)," paper read at the 1991 meeting of the Classical Association of Connecticut.

    23. "Contrasts in the Prices of Sacrificial Victims in Fourth-Century Attika," paper read at the 1991 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    24. "Slavery in Fairfield in the Late Colonial Period," paper read to the Fairfield Historical Society, October 20, 1992.

    25. "The Sociology of Poetry: The Case of the Copa," paper read at the 1993 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    26. "Manpower and the Classical Athenian Navy," paper read at the 11th Naval History Symposium, United States Naval Academy, 1993.

    27. "The Distribution of Population in Attika in the Fourth Century B.C.," paper read at the 1993 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    28. "Anus: Some Old Women in Roman Literature," paper read at the 1994 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    29. "Class Matters in the Adelphoe of Terence," paper read at the 1995 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    30. Commentator for the panel on "Navies in the Classical Period," 12th Naval History Symposium, United States Naval Academy, 1995.

    31. "The Emergence of the Classical Slave Regime in Athens," paper read at the 1995 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    32. "Rape in Roman Comedy," paper read for the McGill University Classics Department, November 1996, and for the University of Vermont Classics Department, April 1997.

    33. "Plautus, Rudens 1114 and the Power of Discourse," paper read at the 1997 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    34. "Characteristics of the Rape Motif in New Comedy," paper read at the 1997 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    35. "Basic Latin," paper read at the 1998 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    36. "Some Economic Aspects of the Fourth-Century Athenian Market in Grain: An Interpretation," paper presented at the fall 1998 meeting of the New England Ancient History Colloquium.

    37. "Class Matters in Menander's Dyskolos," paper read at the 1998 meeting of the American Philological Association.

    38. "Catullus 51: Poetry as Vicarious Experience," paper read at the 1999 meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    39. "Primitive or Modern?: Prices in the Fourth-Century Athenian Markets for Grain," paper read at the 1999 meeting of the Association of Ancient Historians.

    40. "The Ideological Discourse of New Comedy," paper read at the conference "Negotiating Ideologies," University of Toronto, 1999.

    41. "Cicero, Cael. 18 and the Educated Elite," paper read at the 1999 annual meeting of the American Philological Association.

    42. "Innocent Abroad: An Athenian Story," paper read at the 2001 annual meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    43. "The End of Hyperbolos: Ostracism and Ritual Murder," keynote lecture at conference "Politics and Ritual: Ostracism in Classical Athens," University of Chicago, May 2001.

    44. "Hoplites and Zeugitai: A Military Role to a Political One?," paper read at the 2002 annual meeting of the American Philological Association.

    45. "Athens, National Museum, 1818: What is She Thinking?," paper read at the 2002 annual meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    46. "'Military' Lekythoi: Private vs. Public Mourning of Athenian War Dead," paper read at the 2003 annual meeting of the American Philological Association.

    47. "Why is Oedipus Called ‘Tyrannos'?," paper read at the 2003 annual meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    48. "Remembering the War Dead: Public and Private Memory in Classical Athens," paper read at the 2003 annual conference of the Western Humanities Alliance.

    49. "Agrigento, Museo Archeologico Regionale 2688: Reading a Vase in Context," paper read at the 2004 annual meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    50. "Remembering the War Dead: Public and Private in Democratic Athens," paper read at the 2004 meeting of the Classical Association of Canada.

    51. "Why Cicero Got Sick from Eating Too Many Veggies," paper read at the 2004 meeting of the Classical Association of Connecticut.

    52. "The lex Fannia sumptuaria of 161 BC," paper read at the 2005 meeting of the Classical Association of Canada.

    53. "Plot Exposition and Comic Ornamentation: The Beginning of Plautus' Curculio," paper read at the 2005 meeting of the Classical Association of Connecticut.

    54. "The Solonic Classes and Military Service," paper read at the 2007 meeting of the Classical Association of Canada.

    55. "Pompey's Elephants (and Antony's Lions)," paper read at the 2008 meeting of the Classical Association of Canada.

    56. "The Landscape of Catullus 63," paper read at the 2010 meeting of the Classical Association of Canada.

    57. "Three Petitions for the Emancipation of Connecticut Slaves," presentation at the symposium In Plain Sight: Discovering Enslaved People in Connecticut, Stanley-Whitman House, Farmington (CT), June 1, 2013.

    58. "Commemorating Greeks and Gauls Buried Alive Beneath the Forum Boarium in Republican Rome," paper read at the 2014 annual meeting of the Classical Association of New England.

    59. "Euthyphron's Prosecution of his Father in the Euthyphron," paper read at the 2015 annual meeting of the Classical Association of Canada.

    60. "Some Stories on Stones," paper read at the 2015 annual meeting of the Classical Association of Connecticut.

    61. "La Poétique d'Aristote et la tragédie au quatrième siècle," contribution au congrès annuel 2016 de la Société canadienne des études classiques.

 

reviews:

    1. Review of  "Hermann Gelhaus. Die Prologe des Terenz," in Classical World 67 (1973-74) 38.

    2. Review of  "Frank R. Merrill (ed.). Titi Macci Plauti Mostellaria," in Classical World 68 (1974-75) 479-80.

    3. Review of  "Rosemary M. Harriott. Aristophanes, Poet and Dramatist," in New England Classical Newsletter 14 (1986-87) 26-27.

    4. Review of  "Terence. The Brothers, edited with translation and notes by A. S. Gratwick," in New England Classical Newsletter 16 (1988-89) 381.

    5. Review of  "Chester G. Starr. The Birth of Athenian Democracy," in Classical World 85 (1991-92) 117.

    6. Review of  "Philip Brook Manville. The Origins of Citizenship in Ancient Athens," in Classical World 85 (1991-92) 268-69.

    7. Review of  "David Stockton. The Classical Athenian Democracy," in Classical World 85 (1991-92) 746.

    8. Review of  "Edward M. Harris. Aeschines and Athenian Politics," in Classical World 90 (1996-97) 300-1.

    9. Review of  "Virginia Hunter. Policing Athens: Social Control in the Attic Lawsuits, 420-320 B.C.," in Classical World 90 (1996-97) 384.

    10. Review of  "Maureen B. Cavanaugh. Eleusis and Athens, Documents in Finance, Religion and Politics in the Fifth Century B.C.," in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 8 (1997) 99-102.

    11. Review of  "Lynette G. Mitchell. Greeks Bearing Gifts: The Public Use of Private Relationships in the Greek World, 435-323 BC," in New England Classical Journal 26.3 (February 1999) 49-51.

    12. Review of  "J. L. Marr (ed.). Plutarch: Themistocles," in New England Classical Journal 27.1 (February 2000) 47-48.

    13. Review of  "Erich Segal. The Death of Comedy," in New England Classical Journal 29 (February 2002) 242-44.

    14. Review of "Donald Kagan. The Peloponnesian War," in The Historian 66 (2004) 880-81.

    15. Review of "Rosanna Omitowoju. Rape and the Politics of Consent in Classical Athens," in Hermathena 175 (Winter 2003 [2005]) 91-94.

    16. Review of "Hugh Bowden. Classical Athens and the Delphic Oracle: Divinization and Democracy," in New England Classical Journal 33 (2006) 224-26.

    17. Review of "Matthew Wright. Euripides' Escape-Tragedies.  A Study of Helen, Andromeda, and Iphigenia among the Taurians," in Gnomon 80 (2008) 50-52.

    18. Review of "Doruta Dutsch. Feminine Discourse in Roman Comedy.  On Echoes and Voices," in Gnomon 82 (2010) 76-78.

    19. Review of "Ariana Traill. Women and the Comic Plot in Menander," in Classical World 103 (2010) 274-75.

    20. Review of "Ma, John, Nikolas Papazarkadas & Robert Parker (eds.), Interpreting the Athenian Empire," in International Journal of the Classical Tradition 18 (2011) 300-02.

    21. Review of "Meyer, Elizabeth A., Metics and the Athenian Phialai-Inscriptions," in Athenaeum 101 (2013)  739-42.

    22. Review of "Robin Osborne, Athens and Athenian Democracy," in Ancient History Bulletin Online Reviews 5 (2015) 95-97.

   

editorship:

    Editor, New England Classical Newsletter & Journal/New England Classical Journal, 1993-1998.
 

other service to the profession:

    1. Member of the Executive Committee of the Classical Association of New England, 1972-74, 1993-1998, 2002-2004.

    2. Local Committee, annual meeting of the Classical Association of New England at Fairfield University, 1975.

    3. Vice President, Connecticut section of the Classical Association of New England,  1980-81.

    4. President, Connecticut section of the Classical Association of New England, 1981-82.

    5. Member of the Executive Board, Connecticut section of the Classical Association of New England, 1980-86.

    6. Curator, Connecticut State Latin Contest, 1982-87; chair 2006-2008.

    7. Director, "Latin Assisting the Language Arts: A Program for Language Arts Teachers in Bridgeport Public Schools," 1990-92.

    8. Member of the Advisory Board of the Etruscan Foundation, 1991-96.

    9. Local Committee, joint meeting of the Classical Association of New England and the Classical Association of the Atlantic States at Fairfield University, 1998.

   10. Executive Secretary, Classical Association of New England, 2002-2004.

   11. Referee for AHB, AJP, Arctos, CB, CJ, CQ, CW, GRBS, Historia, HSCP, JHS, NECJ, TAPA.
 

miscellaneous:

    Director of Fairfield University's original language presentations of Greek and Roman Drama, 1966-71, 1978.