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Dr. Vincent J. Rosivach

Professor of Classical Studies
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 126
p: x2337
Faculty Website


Current Research Interests


Professor Rosivach has written two books and over one hundred twenty articles and reviews on a wide variety of literary and historical topics within the field of Classics, as well as articles on slavery in colonial Connecticut.  His current research is focused on the society and institutions of archaic Athens, and on Roman comedy.


As the senior member of Classical Studies Professor Rosivach enjoys teaching a broad range of courses, most in the Core Curriculum.  At present these include courses  on the Greek and Latin languages and on Greek and Roman literature both in the original languages and in English translation, as well as the Greek Civilization history course.

Courses Taught

  1. CL 106: MasterpiecesGrk Lit/Eng Transl
  2. CL 107: Masterpieces of Roman Litr
  3. CL 108: Myth in Classical Literature
  4. CL 109: Greek Tragedy/Engl Translation
  5. CL 0115: Greek Civilization
  6. CL 115: Greek Civilization
  7. CL 127: Romantic Love/Gr & Roman Litr
  8. CL 300: Superv IndStudy in ClassStudie
  9. EN 106: Masterpieces of Gr Lit/Eng Tra
  10. EN 107: Masterpieces of Roman Litr
  11. EN 108: Myth in Classial Literature
  12. EN 109: Greek Tragedy/Engl Translation
  13. EN 127: Romantic Love/Gr&RomanStu
  14. GR 11: Elementary Attic Greek
  15. GR 111: Elementary Attic Greek
  16. GR 0111: Elementary Attic Greek
  17. GR 111: Elementary Attic Greek
  18. GR 210: Intermediate Greek Readings
  19. GR 211: Intermediate Greek Readings II
  20. GR 0211: Intermediate Greek Readings II
  21. GR 211: Intermediate Greek Readings II
  22. GR 325: Advanced Greek Readings I
  23. LA 111: Basic Latin
  24. LA 0111: Basic Latin
  25. LA 111: Basic Latin
  26. LA 210: Intermediate Latin
  27. LA 0210: Intermediate Latin
  28. LA 210: Intermediate Latin
  29. LA 211: Readings in Latin Prose&Poetry
  30. LA 323: Latin Prose I