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Academic Professional Lecturer
B.A. Beloit College 1990
M.A. University of Wisconsin 1992
Dr. DeLozier's training, teaching, and research have dwelt on an interdisciplinary approach to the cultures of ancient Rome and Greece. Her research interests lie primarily in the Late Roman Republic and rely on literary and material evidence to reconstruct the discourse employed to communicate, sustain, or repudiate power during social crises in Italy and Roman expansion into the East. Thus how later Greek authors choose to remember Republican events also interests her. Having recently completed her dissertation on ancient memories of statues dedicated to the triumvir Mark Antony and modern attempts to identify such items, she is preparing an article for publication.
Literature, history, and material culture of the Late Roman Republic
Latin 1010: First Year Latin, I. Latin 1020: First Year Latin, II. Latin 2030: Second Year Latin. Latin 3110: Vergil, The Aeneid I. Latin 3120: Vergil, The Aeneid II. Latin 3140: Caesar. Latin 3150: Livy. Latin 3160: Ovid. Latin 3990: Suetonius, Nero. Latin 4120: Catullus and the Elegiac Poet. Classics 2040: Classical Roman Civilization. History 4990: History Topics Course: Latin Study.