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Andrew Alwine

Assistant Professor

Address: Randolph Hall 308C
Phone: 843.953.5714
E-mail: alwineat@cofc.edu



Education

Ph.D., Classical Philology, University of Florida, 2010

M.A., Classical Philology, University of Florida, 2006

B.A., History and Classics, Baylor University, 2004


Research Interests

Greek history (especially politics and law); Greek oratory; ancient historiography.


Courses Taught

Ancient Greek (GREK) at all levels

Latin (LATN) at all levels        

History (HIST): “Ancient Greece,” “Politics and Society in Ancient Greece,” “Ancient Rome,” “Alexander the Great,” "Democracy in the Golden Age of Greece"

Classics in translation (CLAS): “Greek Civilization,” “History of the Classical World.” “Classical Greece” (study abroad course)

Freshman Seminar (FYSM): “Citizenship: Ancient and Modern”


Publications

Book

Enmity and Feuding in Classical Athens, 2015 (University of Texas Press)

Articles

“Freedom and Patronage in the Athenian Democracy,” Journal of Hellenic Studies 136 (2016) 1-17

“The Non-Homeric Cyclops in the Homeric Odyssey,” GRBS 49 (2009) 323–333

“A Hyperbolic Statement: Propertius IV.1.38,” Philologus 155.2 (2011) 379–382