Associate Professor of Classics
Helene Phillips Herzig '49 Professor of Art
Bettina Bergmann is the Helene Phillips Herzig '49 Professor of Art History. She teaches courses in Greek and Roman art and modern collecting and museum practices. Her research focuses on the relations among ancient Roman architecture, gardens, painting, and literature. Bergmann uses three-dimensional models to suggest how fragments in museums appeared in their original contexts. A current project explores representations of the world in Roman art.
204 Art Building
Professor of Classics, on leave Spring 2016
In addition to teaching Greek and Latin language and literature at all levels, Paula Debnar offers a variety of courses on the ancient Mediterranean taught in English, including "Gods and Mortals: Myth in Ancient Art and Literature," "Athenian Democracy," and writing intensive first-year seminars on the ancient Greek world, such as "Homer's Iliad: A Big Fat Ancient Greek War?" and "Socratic Questions."
140 Porter Hall
Professor of Classics, Dean of Studies, Director of First-Year Seminar Program
Geoffrey Sumi teaches Greek and Latin at all levels, while his interest in the political and social history of the ancient world is reflected in the courses he teaches in translation: The Roman Empire; Sport, Society, and Politics in the Roman World; and From Hoplites to Legions: Warfare in the Greek and Roman World.
137 Porter Hall
Academic Department Coordinator
Kristin is the Department Coordinator for the Asian Studies Program, Department of Classics and Italian, and the Medieval Studies Program. She is also the owner of McMillan Communications, a freelance writing and creative services business. Kristin hails from Iowa and graduated from Iowa State University with a BS and MA in History and Public Administration. As an Iowan, Kristin knows nice, and she is proud to create a cheerful and compassionate environment for students, faculty, and staff.
112 Ciruti Center