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Sheila Murnaghan

Sheila Murnaghan (A.B., Harvard, 1973; B.A., Cambridge, 1975; PhD, University of North Carolina, 1980) is the Alfred Reginald Allen Memorial Professor of Greek. She is the author of Disguise and Recognition in the Odyssey (Princeton 1987) and the co-editor of Women and Slaves in Greco Roman Culture: Differential Equations (Routledge 2000). She works in the areas of Greek epic, tragedy, and historiography; gender in classical culture; and the classical tradition. Her current projects concern the tragic chorus, Herodotus, and twentieth century women writers and the classics.

Courses Taught

fall 2017

ENGL 029.401 Classical Traditions  

spring 2016

ENGL 029.401 Classical Traditions  

fall 2005

ENGL 258.401 Homer and Joyce  

fall 2002

ENGL 365.401 Homer and Joyce  

fall 2001

ENGL 365.401 Homer & Joyce