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Faculty

Kristen Baxter

  • Lecturer, Department of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
(814) 863-0184

Pamela Cole

  • Senior Lecturer in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
(814) 865-7773

Daniel Falk

  • Professor of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies and Chaiken Family Chair in Jewish Studies
(814) 863-0175

Mathias Hanses

  • Assistant Professor of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
(814) 863-0061

Tawny Holm

  • Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies
(814) 863-0790

Charles (Chuck) E. Jones

  • Tombros Librarian for Classics and Humanities
(814) 867-4872

Ann Killebrew

  • Associate Professor, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Jewish Studies, and Anthropology
(814) 865-1686

Michael Kulikowski

  • Professor of History and Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
  • Head, Department of History
(814) 863-2424

Michael Legaspi

  • Associate Professor of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies and Jewish Studies
(814) 863-7891

Christopher Moore

  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy
(814) 865-1607

Mark Munn

  • Professor, Greek History and Greek Archaeology, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, and History
  • Head, Department of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
(814) 863-0052

Anna Peterson

  • Tombros Early Career Professor of Classical Studies and Assistant Professor of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
(814) 863-5644

Donald Redford

  • Professor, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies and History
(814) 863-8945

Sue Redford

  • Lecturer, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
(814) 865-2722

Aaron Rubin

  • Malvin E. and Lea P. Bank Professor of Jewish Studies, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, and Linguistics
(814) 863-8941

Kimberly Rubin

  • Lecturer in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies and Jewish Studies
(814) 863-8941

Gonzalo Rubio

  • Associate Professor of Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies
(814) 863-4946

Mark Sentesy

  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy
(814) 865-1674

Stephen Wheeler

  • Associate Professor of Classics
(814) 865-2821

Mary Lou Zimmerman Munn

  • Senior Lecturer in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
  • Director of Undergraduate Studies and Honors Advisor
(814) 867-0250

Emeriti

Juana Celia Djelal

  • Senior Lecturer in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies and Humanities
(814) 865-3931

Baruch Halpern

  • Professor Emeritus of Ancient History and Jewish Studies

Gerald Neil Knoppers

  • Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Religious Studies, and Jewish Studies

Staff

Erin Eckley

  • Administrative Coordinator
(814) 865-1369

Alesha Gavlock

  • Undergraduate Staff Assistant
(814) 865-6224

Lynn Hepfer

  • Administrative Assistant
(814) 865-6203

David Horner

  • Computer and Technical Support
(814) 865-3594

Shantelle Jones-Williams

(814) 865-0019

Cody Miller

  • Undergraduate Staff Assistant
(814) 865-6204

Denise Poorman

  • Financial Assistant 3
(814) 865-6244

Mary Jo Schillings

  • Administrative Support Assistant
(814) 863-6433

Ben Whitesell

  • Academic Advisor
(814) 867-4121
Student Testimonial

“The Department of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies is an incredibly helpful community of individuals who love to learn. The faculty members of this department are very thoughtful and provide invaluable assistance to otherwise confused undergraduates. (...)
The smaller department size allows students to establish relationships with faculty and to establish a community in a school that might otherwise seem dauntingly large. The Classics and the study of the ancient Mediterranean world are strong at Penn State. For a school that prides itself on cutting-edge research and applied sciences, Penn State is a superb promoter of the Humanities. This support allows the CAMS department to recruit world-class faculty, provide generous funding and aid to undergraduates, and establish resources for research. The structure of the department was a perfect fit for me and allowed me to explore a wide-range of subjects related to my interests. In my four years in the program, I strengthened my Latin and Greek and was also able to study Egyptian Hieroglyphs and Sumerian. I now look forward to continuing my training in philology as I pursue graduate study.”

Timothy W. Dooley
2011 CAMS graduate

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