Susan A. Curry

SENIOR LECTURER
Phone: (603) 862-3589
Office: Classics, Humanities, & Italian Studies, Murkland Hall Rm 319, Durham, NH 03824
Susan Curry

Education

  • Ph.D., Indiana University
  • M.A., Indiana University
  • M.A., University of Kansas
  • B.A., Grinnell College

Research Interests

  • Ancient sustainability
  • Animals in antiquity
  • Greek drama
  • Imperial Latin literature and culture

Courses Taught

  • CLAS 401: Classical Mythology
  • CLAS 510: Building Rome
  • CLAS 520: Ancient Views of the Good LIfe
  • CLAS 540: Sustaining Ancient Rome
  • CLAS 550: Sex/Desire In Greece and Rome
  • GREK 751: Homer and the Archaic Period
  • LATN 401: Elementary Latin I
  • LATN 402: Elementary Latin II
  • LATN 504: Intermediate Latin II
  • LATN 605: Readings in Latin Literature
  • LATN 606: Readings in Latin Literature

Selected Publications

Curry, S. A. (2018). SENECA RISING: EPISTOLARY SELF-RECREATION IN THE AD HELVIAM. BULLETIN OF THE INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES, 61(2), 45-55. doi:10.1111/2041-5370.12081

Curry, S. A. (2014). Nero Quadripes: Animalizing the Emperor in Suetonius’s Nero. Arethusa, 47(2), 197-230. doi:10.1353/are.2014.0009

Most Cited Publications