Previous Fox Lectures
1985-86 Bernice L. Fox, "Living Latin: Twentieth Century Literature in Latin"
1986-87 Robert Ketterer, "A Monkey on the Roof: Comedy, Rome and Plautus' Boastful
1987-88 Mary R. Ryder, "The Universal and True: Myth in Willa Cather's O
1988-89 Andrew J. Adams, "Off the Beaten Track in Rome"
1989-90 Nelson T. Potter, Jr., "Pirsig's and Plato's Phaedrus"
1990-91 Raymond Den Adel, "Hadrian: Emperor and Builder"
1991-92 Richard Lederer, "Latina Non Mortua Est"
1992-93 Jeremy McNamara, "Ovidius Naso Was the Man: Shakespeare's Debt to Ovid"
1993-94 LeaAnn Osburn, "Classics Across the Curriculum: A Practitioner's View"
1994-95 Thomas H. Watkins, "Imperator Caesar Augustus and Duce Benito Mussolini:
Ancient Rome and Fascist Italy"
1995-96 Albert Watanabe, "Into the Woods: The Symbolism of the Forest"
1996-97 Deborah Rae Davies, "Myth, Media, and Culture: Odysseus on the Baseball
1997-98 Anne Groton,
"Goofy Gods & Half-Baked Heroes: Comic Entertainment in the Ancient City"
1998-99 Kenneth Kitchell, "Always Something
New From Africa: Ancient Africa and its Marvels"
1999-2000 Alden Smith. "Looks Count: Erotic Glances in Roman Art and Poetry"
2000-2001 Michele Ronnick,
"Evidence Concerning Fishing in Antiquity and its Later Influence"
2001-2002 Gregory Daugherty,
Infinite Variety: Cleopatra in Twentieth Century American Popular Culture
2002-2003 James Betts, "Che
Farů Senza Euridice?":
The Role of Greco-Roman Culture in the Creation and Development of Opera
2003-2004 Anne Browning Nelson,
Fourth-century Alexandria: Didymus the Blindís Commentaries on the Psalms"
2004-2005 James DeYoung, "'Let the Tears Fall': On Producing Euripides' Trojan Women
for a Modern Audience"
2005-2006 Mark Golden, "Olive-Tinted
Spectacles: Myths in the History of the Ancient and Modern Olympics"
2006-2007 Carol Goodman, "A Classical
Muse: Creative Writing and the Classics"
2007-2008 James M. May,
"Re-constructing and Rowing on the Trireme Olympias"
2008-2009 Monica Cyrino, "Power, Passion and Politics: the
Women of HBO's Rome"
2009-2010 Timothy Moore, "Musical Comedy: Roman and American"
2010-2011 John Bruber-Miller, "Peeking into a
Periegeteís Mind: Probing Pausaniasí Description of Greece"
2011-2012 Daniel B. Levine, "Tuna in Ancient Greece and
Modern Tuna Population Decline"
2012-2013 Georgia L. Irby,
"Mapping Vergil: Cartography and Geography in the
2013-2014 Robert Hellenga, "Confessions of a Fictional
2014-2015 W. Robert Connor
2015-2016 William L. Urban "America a New Rome?
Reflections on Decline and Fall"
2016-2017 Kathleen Coleman "Defeat in
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