Faculty


Georgios H. Anagnostopoulos, Ph.D., Philosophy Professor

Ph.D. Brandeis University, 1971
Office: HSS 8034, Phone: (858) 534-3072
Ancient philosophy centered around ethics, metaphysics, science, technology and human values.

Denise Demetriou, Ph.D., History Associate Professor
Ph.D. Classics, Johns Hopkins University, 2005
Office: HSS 4047, Phone: (858) 534-4368
Archaic and classical Greek history, with a particular interest in exploring different kinds of cross-cultural interactions within the Greek world and between Greeks and non-Greeks.

Page Ann duBois, Ph.D., Classical and Comparative Literature Professor
Ph.D. UC Berkeley
Office: Literature Bldg. 454, Phone: (858) 534-3379
Greek; Feminist Theory and Psychoanalysis; Cultural Studies

Thomas Gallant, Ph.D., History Professor
Ph.D. Cambridge University, 1982
Office: HSS 4016, Phone: (858) 822- 0676
Modern Greek History and Archeology.


Monte Johnson, Ph.D., Philosophy Associate Professor

Associate Professor
Ph.D. University of Toronto, 2003
Website: www.montejohnson.info
Office: HSS 8009, Phone: (858) 822-4515
Early Greek philosophy; Aristotle Studies; Hellenistic philosophy; the reception of Greco-Roman philosophy in modern philosophy and science; the reconstruction of lost and fragmentary works; and comparative ancient philosophy.

Dayna Kalleres, Ph.D., Literature Associate Professor
Ph.D. Brown University
Office: Literature Bldg. 330, Phone: (858) 534-2279
Early Christianity

Sheldon A. Nodelman, Ph.D., Visual Arts Professor
Office: Visual Arts Facilities 353, Phone: (858) 822-1146


Eliot Wirshbo, Ph.D.,Classical Literature and Languages Lecturer

Office: Literature Bldg. 142, Phone: (858) 534-3618
Classical Languages and Literature.

Jacobo Myerston, Ph.D., Literature Assistant Professor
Ph.D. University of Chicago
Office: Literature Bldg. 229
Literary globalization in the ancient world.

Edward Watts, Ph.D., History Professor - Sabbatical FA17 & WI18
Ph.D. Yale University, 2002
Office: HSS 4073, Phone: (858) 534-2733
Intellectual and religious history of the early Byzantine Empire.

Emeriti Faculty


Anthony T. Edwards, Ph.D., Classical Literature and Languages Professor Emeritus


Marianne McDonald, Ph.D., Theatre Professor Emerita
Ph.D. University of California, Irvine
Greek Theatre, Irish Theatre, Japanese Theatre


Edward N. Lee, Ph.D., Philosophy  Professor Emeritus
Ph.D. Princeton University


Alden A. Mosshammer, Ph.D., History Professor Emeritus
Ph.D. Brown University, 1971
History of ancient Greece and Rome and early Christianity.






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CAESAR Programs Coordinator

Mitzy Martinez
caesar@ucsd.edu
(858) 534-4551

Humanities & Social Sciences
First floor, Room 1005

Office Hours
Mon.-Fri, 7:30am - 4:00pm