Mission Statement

Mission Statement Eos is a scholarly society that seeks to promote the study of Africana receptions of ancient Greece and Rome. Eos’ two main goals are 1) to create a supportive, dedicated [...]

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Theorizing Africana Receptions

For our inaugural workshop at the annual meeting of the Society for Classical Studies, we invite abstracts for papers that develop trans-historical and transnational models of Africana reception. [...]

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Tessa Roynon

Tessa Roynon is Teaching and Research Fellow at Rothermere American Institute at Oxford University and a specialist in modern North American literature, particularly African American literature, [...]

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Michele Valerie Ronnick

Michele Valerie Ronnick is Professor in Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at Wayne State University. She received her Ph.D. from Boston University (1990). At the American [...]

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Patrice Rankine

Patrice Rankine is Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Classics at the University of Richmond. Rankine previously served as dean for the Arts and Humanities at Hope College [...]

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Emily Greenwood

Emily Greenwood is Professor of Classics at Yale University. She studied Classics at Cambridge University, where she gained her BA, MPhil, and PhD degrees. After finishing her PhD she was a [...]

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Tom Hawkins

Tom Hawkins is Associate Professor of Classics at The Ohio State University. He is interested in the various ways that societies create social hierarchies and how the lower ends of those [...]

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