M.A., Ph.D., University of Washington
Professor Rohrbacher teaches Latin at all levels and Classical Civilization in all periods. He is also active in the concentrations in Literature, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, and Gender Studies. He is a recent recipient of an Excellence in Teaching Award from the American Philological Association, the premier organization for the study of Classics in North America.
His scholarly interests include Latin literature, Roman history and historiography, and Late Antiquity. He is the author of The Historians of Late Antiquity (Routledge 2002) and articles and reviews on Roman imperial history and literature.
M.A., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Carl Shaw teaches all levels of ancient Greek language and literature. His scholarly interests lie broadly in the areas of Greek literature and culture, with a particular focus on drama. He has recently completed his book, Satyric Play: The Evolution of Greek Comedy and Satyr Drama (Oxford University Press, forthcoming), and is currently writing articles on archaic poetry and classical comedy. He has also started his next book project, a complete collection and translation of the texts and testimonia relating to Greek and Roman satyr drama. Other research interests include performance studies, comedy and satire, ancient obscenity and genre theory.