Contact Information

John Bauschatz
Cesar Chavez 423
1110 E James Rogers Road
Tucson, AZ 85721

office: Cesar Chavez 410
office phone
: (520) 621-7422
email: jbausch1@email.arizona.edu
homepage: http://www.u.arizona.edu/~jbausch1/

Education

2005 Duke University, Department of Classical Studies, Ph.D.
  Dissertation: "Policing the Chôra: Law Enforcement in Ptolemaic Egypt" (Director: Joshua D. Sosin)
1997 Brown University, Classical Studies, B.A., magna cum laude
1996 College Year in Athens, Greece (summer program)

Professional Experience

2014–present Associate Professor, The University of Arizona, Department of History
2014–present Associate Professor, The University of Arizona, Department of Classics
07–14 Assistant Professor, The University of Arizona, Department of Classics
05–07 Visiting Assistant Professor, Swarthmore College, Department of Classics
04/05 John F. Oates Named Instructor, Duke University, Department of Classical Studies
02–04 Graduate Instructor, Duke University, Department of Classical Studies
2001 Graduate Student Teaching Assistant, Duke in Rome Summer Program
97–99 Instructor, Brandon Hall School, Atlanta, Georgia
1997 Instructor, Upward Bound Summer Program, University of Maine

Awards and Honors

2012–4 Honors Professor, Honors College, University of Arizona
2013/4 National Lecturer, Archaeological Institute of America
2008 Alternate, University of Cincinnati Margo Tytus Summer Fellowship
2006 Faculty Summer Research Award, Swarthmore College
04/05 John F. Oates Named Instructorship, Duke University
03, 04 Duke University Graduate School Conference Travel Fellowship
2003 Duke University Graduate School Summer Research Fellowship
1997 Brown University, Department of Classics, LaFayette Sabine Foster Prize in Greek
1997 Brown University, Department of Classics, Minnie Helen Hicks Prize in Classical Appreciation for honors thesis

Monographs

2019 Greek/English edition of the epigrams of Angelo Poliziano (with A. Feng, in progress)
2013 Law and Enforcement in Ptolemaic Egypt. Cambridge UP

Book Chapters

2019 "Crime, Punishment and Papyri: Law Enforcement in Ptolemaic Egypt". In A Cultural History of Crime and Punishment in Antiquity. Edited by Adriaan Lanni. Bloomsbury. (forthcoming)

Articles

2016 “Lochos and Ariston." Tyche 31: 25–45 with plates 7–16
2012 “Four (Three?) Ptolemaic Letters from the Duke University Papyrus Archive.” ZPE 182: 259–268
2007 "Archiphylakitai in Ptolemaic Egypt: A Hierarchy of Equals?" SyllClass 18: 181–211
2007 "Ptolemaic Prisons Reconsidered." CB 83.1: 3–47
2007 "The Strong Arm of the Law? Police Corruption in Ptolemaic Egypt." CJ 103.1: 13–39
2005 “Three Duke Petitions.” ZPE 152: 187–196
2004 “Stealing Livestock at Oxyrhyncha.” ZPE 146: 167–169; with J.D. Sosin
2002 “Four Duke Papyri concerning Pesouris, Basilikos Grammateus.” ZPE 141: 177–190; with J.D. Sosin (S. principal)

Editorial Work

2019 JAEI 23, Interconnections with the Greek and Roman Worlds

Translations

2019 translations of Greek prose: Plato's Phaedo (in progress)
2018 translations of Greek prose: Plato's Euthyphro, Apology of Socrates and Crito
2016 translations of Greek papyri (on papyri.info): BGU VI 1222.44–71; 1244; 1252; 1253; VIII 1773; 1784; 1855; Chrest.Wilck. 166; P.Athen 8; P.Cair.Zen. II 59224; III 59379; 59475; 59509; IV 59626; P.Coll.Youtie I 16; P.Dion. 10; P.Diosk. 6; 7; P.Enteux. 25; 72; 79; 83; 84; P.Erasm. I 1; P.Frankf. I 3.13–29; P.Genova III 101; P.Giss.Univ. I 9; P.Hamb. IV 238; P.Heid. IX 428; P.Hels. I 2; P.Hib. I 73; II 198.85–122; P.Köln VII 313B.10–20; P.Lond. VII 2045; P.Petr. II 13Fr3; III 28FrE; 32G.b.recto; P.Rev. 2nd ed. xxxvii; P.Tebt. III.1 793.iii.19–iv.6; 797; III.2 848.1–3; PSI IV 423; SB I 5675; III 7202.1–20, 34–37; VIII 9792; XIV 12089; XVI 12468; 12813; UPZ I 5.1–13; 7; 106; 110.128–155
2016 translations of Greek prose: Lysias 1; 3
2015 translations of Greek papyri (on papyri.info): BGU III 1012; VIII 1844; 1851; 1854; 1881; Chrest.Mitt. 5; 32; P.Cair.Zen. I 59031; 59136; II 59232; 59275; III 59343; 59392; 59404; 59484; P.Eleph. 12; P.Genova III 95; P.Gur. 5; P.Heid. VI 362; P.Hib. II 203; P.Köln VI 274; P.Petr. II 19; P.Polit.Iud. 1; 2; P.Tebt. I 264; III.2 862; 904; 922; P.Zen.Pestm. 61; PSI IV 347, 419; V 490; 532; SB XX 14708; XXIV 16285; UPZ I 119
2014 translations of Greek papyri (on papyri.info): BGU VI 1215; VIII 1730, 1778, 1780, 1821; P.Diosk. 5, 9; P.Enteux. 41, 82; P.Genova II 55; P.Gur. 20, 21; P.Hamb. II 172; P.Hib. I 36; P.Louvre II 98; P.Petr. III 64B, C; P.Ryl. IV 570; PSI IV 345, V 483; P.Tebt. III.1 736, III.2 903, 957, 962; P.Tor.Choach. 8; P.Yale I 33; SB VI 9104, 9215, X 10272
2011 translations of Greek poetry in A. Feng, "In Laura's Shadow: Casting Female Humanists as Petrarchan Beloveds in Quattrocento Letters". In The Inner Life of Women in Medieval Romance Literature: Grief, Guilt, and Hypocrisy. Edited by Jeff Rider and Jamie Friedman. Palgrave Macmillan. Pp223–247

Reviews

2014 Review of C. Riggs, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Roman Egypt (Oxford, 2012), CJ 2014.02.05
2011 Review of J.K. Winnicki, Late Egypt and Her Neighbours. Foreign Population in Egypt in the First Millennium B.C. (Warsaw, 2009), JAEI 3.1: 1–2
2009 Review of R. Bagnall, ed., Egypt in the Byzantine World, 300–700 (Cambridge, 2007), CJ 2009.01.04
2008 Review of J. Marincola, ed., A Companion to Greek and Roman Historiography (Malden [MA], 2007), BMCR 2008.07.45
2007 Review of J. Bingen, Hellenistic Egypt: Monarchy, Society, Economy, Culture (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 2007), BMCR 2007.10.01
2007 Review of P. Green, The Hellenistic Age. A Short History (New York, 2007), BMCR 2007.06.32

Databases

2014 Ptolemaic Police Prosopography (1): Phylakitai
2014 Ptolemaic Police Prosopography (2): Archiphylakitai
2014 Ptolemaic Police Prosopography (3): Epistatai Phylakiton
2014 Ptolemaic Police Prosopography (4): Assistants to Ptolemaic Phylakitai
2014 Petitions to Ptolemaic Police: a Table

Presentations

2020 Discrimination in the Desert: Intolerance in Southern Arizona and Ptolemaic Egypt,” TEDx talk, Basis Tucson North, January (on invitation)
2019 Guest speaker, One Star Bazaar podcast, episode on "Pompeii" (season 1, episode 22), April
2019 Guest speaker, Southern Arizona science fiction writers group, presentation on Ptolemaic policing, January
2014 “Talking the Beat: Approaches to Policing, Ancient and Modern,” panel discussion, Pima Community College East, November (on invitation)
2014 Interview on Ptolemaic policing for radio show, “Indiana Jones: Myth, Reality, and 21st Century Archaeology," October (on invitation)
2014 “Cops and Robbers, Egyptian Style: Police Work in Ptolemaic Egypt,” American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE), Arizona Chapter, April (on invitation)
2014 –––, Archaeological Institute of America, Richmond (VA) Society, April (on invitation)
2014 –––, Archaeological Institute of America, Williamsburg (VA) Society, April (on invitation)
2014 –––, Archaeological Institute of America, Central Arizona Society, March (on invitation)
2013 –––, Archaeological Institute of America, Columbus (OH) Society, October (on invitation)
2013 –––, Archaeological Institute of America, Dallas (TX) Society, October (on invitation)
2012 Presentation on Julius Caesar, Arizona Repertory Theatre Lobby Lecture Series, March (on invitation)
2012 “Histories of Abuse: Criminal Records in Greek Papyri, 323–30 B.C.,” California State University, Los Angeles, January (on invitation)
2012 Presentation on pedagogy, California State University, Los Angeles, January (on invitation)
2011 “Cops and Robbers, Egyptian Style,” Hellenic Cultural Foundation Lecture Series, Tucson, September
2011 “Busting and Booking: Police Work in Ptolemaic Egypt,” Goode Family Excellence Fund Speaker, University of Wyoming, April (on invitation)
2010 “Cops and Robbers, Egyptian Style,” Hellenic Cultural Foundation Lecture Series, Tucson, September
2010 “Police, Papyrology and Petitions,” Tufts University, February (on invitation)
2009 “Cops and Robbers, Egyptian Style,” Hellenic Cultural Foundation Lecture Series, Tucson, September
2009 “Ptolemaic Phylakitai: Variety and Versatility,” American Philological Association annual meeting, Philadelphia, January
2008 “Cops and Robbers, Egyptian Style: The Ptolemaic Phylakitai,” Archaeological Institute of America, Tucson Society, November
2008 Presentation on work in progress (Ptolemaic papyri), University of Arizona Department of Classics, Fall 2008 Faculty Colloquium Series, November
2008 “Agents of Appeal: Petitions to Ptolemaic Police,” American Philological Association annual meeting, Chicago, January
2007 "Crime, Punishment and Papyri: Police in Hellenistic Egypt," Bowdoin College, February (on invitation)
2007 –––, Fairfield University, February (on invitation)
2007 –––, Louisiana State University, February (on invitation)
2007 –––, University of Arizona, February (on invitation)
2007 –––, Washington University, February (on invitation)
2007 –––, Lawrence University, January (on invitation)
2007 –––, Vanderbilt University, January (on invitation)
2007 "The Strong Arm of the Law: Ptolemaic Policing and Security," American Philological Association annual meeting, San Diego, January
2006 Presentation on papyrology and Ptolemaic policing, Rutgers University, December (on invitation)
2006 –––, Colgate University, February (on invitation)
2006 Presentation on Greek colonization, University of California, Davis, February (on invitation)
2006 "Cops, Crimes and Criminals: Policing Ptolemaic Egypt," University of California, Davis, February (on invitation)
2006 "Two Sides of the Same Coin? Crime and Punishment in Classical Athens and Ptolemaic Egypt," University of Toronto, January (on invitation)
2006 “Police Corruption in Ptolemaic Egypt,” American Philological Association annual meeting, Montreal, January
2005 “Arrest, Investigation, Resolution: Police Work in the Ptolemaic Chôra,” University of Western Ontario, February (on invitation)
2005 “Diversity in Detention: Ptolemaic Prisons,” American Philological Association annual meeting, Boston, January
2004 –––, Duke University, December
2004 Archiphylakitai in Ptolemaic Egypt: A Hierarchy of Equals?,” American Philological Association annual meeting, San Francisco, January
2003 –––, Duke University, December
2003 “Death in the Duke Papyri,” Duke/UNC Graduate Colloquium in Classics, Duke University, March

Conferences

2011 House Manager, APA production of Aristophanes’ Thesmophoriazousai, American Philological Association/ Archaeological Institute of America annual meeting, San Antonio, January
2011 Tucson Society Delegate, AIA Business Meeting, American Philological Association/Archaeological Institute of America annual meeting, San Antonio, January
2010 Tucson Society Delegate, AIA Business Meeting, American Philological Association/Archaeological Institute of America annual meeting, Anaheim, January
2008 Presider, Greek History session (4a), CAMWS Spring meeting, University of Arizona, April
2008 Role of Satyr #1 in APA production of Euripides’ Cyclops, American Philological Association/Archaeological Institute of America annual meeting, Chicago, January
2006 Invited participant, Exploring Collaboration in Classics: Rhodes College, November
2005 Invited participant, Technologists’ summit on the future of online tools for papyrology and classics: Duke University, April
2005 Invited participant, Papyrologists’ summit on the future of online tools for papyrology and classics: Duke University, March
2004 Invited participant, The Future of the Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri: Duke University, August
2001 Chair, Duke/UNC Graduate Colloquium in Classics, “Gods and Monsters: Divinization and Demonization in the Ancient World,” Duke University, March

B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. Theses Directed or Refereed

2019 Angel Bustamante (M.A., Classics), "But Wait, There's More: On the Additions of Esther" (committee member)
2019 Abram Delecki (M.A., History), "Judean Cultural Resistance to the Persian and Hellenistic States: the Beginnings of a Jewish Kingdom" (committee member)
2017 Kelly Moss (M.A., Classics), "The Development and Diffusion of the Cult of Isis in the Hellenistic Period" (committee member)
2016 Matthew Coleman (Ph.D., History), "'Pardon the Lack of Eloquence': The Creation of New Traditions from Imperial Contact in Roman Gaul" (committee member)
2015 Lucca Green (M.A., Classics), "Towards an Understanding of Herodotean Historiê" (Director)
2015 Victor Republicano III (M.A., Classics), "Cultus Honorum: Cult Practices and the 'Do Ut Des' Relationship in Ancient Greece, with Comparisons to Ancient Egypt" (Co-Director)
2015 Justin Shaw (M.A., Classics), "Divine Tragedy: Greek Poetics in Exodus" (Director)
2014 Alec Wall (M.A., Classics), "Nec capere irarum fluctus in pectore possunt: Vergil's Turnus & Lucan's Caesar in Similies" (committee member)
2014 Jessica Sue Wiles (M.A., Classics), "Personal Piety in the Ptolemaic Period: Religion for Pride and Protection" (Director)
2013 Laura Grantham (M.A., Classics), “Thrift of the Nile: Trade and Monopolies in Ptolemaic Egypt” (Director)
2013 Jaimie Gunderson (M.A., Religious Studies, University of Kansas), “Uncovering a Jewish Presence in Pompeii through Epigraphic Data” (committee member)
2013 Emily Hulme (M.A., Classics), “Lies and Deception in the Republic and Laws” (committee member)
2013 Stefania Mitzithras (M.A., Classics), “Atossa Dreams in Aeschylus’ Persae” (Director)
2013 Evelyn Rick (M.A., Classics), “Empty Ears and a Keen-Smelling Mind: Language as Sensory Evidence of Epicurean Truth in De Rerum Natura” (committee member)
2012 Adam Donaldson (Ph.D., History), “War within Rome: A Comparative-Analytical Study of the Slave Wars of the Roman Republic” (committee member)
2012 Corey Ellithorpe (M.A., Classics), “Concordia and Propaganda of the Civil War Emperors of A.D. 193–7” (Director)
2012 Andrew Estes (M.A., Classics), “Running from Athens: Imperial Anxiety, Social Cohesion, and Alcibiades” (Director)
2012 Vaclav Shatillo (M.A., Classics), “Themistocles Reconsidered: An Approach to Reading Herodotus” (Director)
2011 Sydney Goodhand (B.A., Classics), “Hemlocking Them Up: Comparative Policing and Punishment in Classical Athens and the United States” (Director)
2011 Mike Hagedon (M.A., Classics), “Portrayals of the Pharisees and Sadducees in Josephus and the New Testament” (committee member)
2011 Drew Stimson (M.A., Classics), “Veluti tabes: Plague, Civil Discord and Greed in Ancient Historiography” (Director)
2010 Adam Cirzan (M.A., Classics), “Damnatio Memoriae in Ancient Egypt” (committee member)
2010 Isaiah Clough (M.A., Classics), “Redefining Heroism: The Emergence of the Mature Hero in the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Iliad and the Odyssey” (committee member)
2010 Lauren Dreyfuss (M.A., Classics), “The Odd Couple: Plautus, Polybius and Constructions of Roman Identity in the Second Century B.C.E.” (Director)
2010 Greg Dzara (M.A., Classics), “Patronus Patriae: Augustus’ Manipulation of the Patron-Client Relationship in the Founding of the Principate” (committee member)
2010 Hunter Nielsen (M.A., Classics), “Otium in the Augustan Age” (committee member)
2010 Christy Scott (M.A., Classics), “A Long Walk in the Desert: A Study of Roman hydreumata along the Trade Routes between the Red Sea and the Nile” (committee member)
2009 Chris Bravo (M.A., Classics), “Chattering Like the Swallows: Characterizations of the Barbarian “Other” in Greek Comedy” (Director)
2009 Jeremy Miranda (M.A., Classics), “From Rags to Witches: The Sympathetic Portrayal of Euripides’ Medea” (committee member)
2009 Leigh Perry (M.A., Classics), “Insatiable Avarice or Laudable Ambition? Cleopatra and the Economy of Late Ptolemaic Egypt” (Director)
2008 Carrie Bieging (M.A., Classics), “Politics and Rhetoric in the Epitaphioi Logoi of Demosthenes and Hyperides” (Director)
2008 Katie Bussinger (M.A., Classics), “Illegal Marriage and the Attic Orators” (Director)
2008 Kathryn McBride (M.A., Classics), “The Changing Iconography of Ptolemaic Queenship” (committee member)
2008 Chris Parr (M.A., Classics), “Lupanar: Rethinking the Roman Brothel” (committee member)
2008 Hayley Taga (M.A., History), “Temple E and Roman Identity in Early Roman Corinth” (committee member)
2008 Catherine Urban (M.A., Classics), “The Power of Books: Public Libraries and Patronage in Imperial Rome” (committee member)

Courses Taught

Classics 031 "Greece and the Barbarians" (Swarthmore College, Fall 2006)
Classics 044 "The Early Roman Empire" (Swarthmore College, Spring 2006)
Classics 160B1 "Meet the Ancients: Gateway to Greece and Rome" (University of Arizona, Fall 2018)
Classics 160D3 "Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World" (online; University of Arizona: Spring/Fall; Summer/Winter)
Classics 180.02 "Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World" (Duke University, Spring 2005)
Classics 195A "Handbooks and How-To Guides: The Didactic Tradition in the Ancient World" (U of Arizona, Fall 2008)
Classics 220 "The Classical Tradition (Part 1)" (University of Arizona, Fall 2011)
Classics 399 Independent study, International Trade in 5th Century B.C. Greece (University of Arizona, Spring 2014)
Classics 499 Independent study, "Readings in Greco-Roman Egypt" (University of Arizona, Fall 2007)
Classics 596A "Hellenistic Egypt" (University of Arizona, Fall 2012)
Classics 599 (1) Independent study, "Cities of Ptolemaic Egypt" (University of Arizona, Spring 2008)
Classics 599 (2) Independent study, "Late Ptolemaic Papyri" (University of Arizona, Fall 2008)
Classics 599 (3) Independent study, "An Inquiry into Herodotus' Histories" (University of Arizona, Fall 2009)
Classics 599 (4) Independent study, "Herodotus and Democracy" (University of Arizona, Fall 2011)
Greek 011 (1) "Intermediate Greek" (Lysias) (Swarthmore College, Fall 2005)
Greek 011 (2) "Plato and Socratic Irony" (Swarthmore College, Fall 2006)
Greek 012 "Homer" (Swarthmore College, Spring 2007)
Greek 101 "Elementary Classical Greek (Part 1)" (University of Arizona, Fall 2014)
Greek 102 "Elementary Classical Greek (Part 2)" (University of Arizona, Spring 2014)
Greek 112 "Intensive Elementary Classical Greek" (University of Arizona, Summer 2015)
Greek 201 "Intermediate Classical Greek (Part 1)" (Lysias) (University of Arizona, Fall 2014)
Greek 212 "Intensive Intermediate Classical Greek" (University of Arizona, Summer 2015)
Greek 402/502 "Readings in Greek Philosophy: Aristotle's Politics" (University of Arizona, Spring 2014)
Greek 412/512 "Logophilia: Love, Language and Plato's Phaedrus" (University of Arizona, Spring 2013)
Greek 422/522 "Readings in Greek Drama: Comedy" (University of Arizona, Spring 2008)
Greek 430/530 "Readings in Greek Historians: Herodotus" (University of Arizona, Spring 2011)
Greek 439/539 "Readings in Greek Oratory: Demosthenes" (University of Arizona, Fall 2007)
Greek 499/599 Independent study, "The Last Days of Socrates" (University of Arizona, Fall 2001)
Greek 599 (2) Independent study, "Aeschylus" (University of Arizona, Fall 2007)
Greek 599 (3) Independent study, "Greek Prose Composition" (University of Arizona, Spring 2014)
Greek 599 (4) Independent study, "Topics in Herodotus" (University of Arizona, Fall 2012)
History 120 "Handbooks and How-To Guides in the Ancient World" (Univ. of Arizona: Spring/Fall; Summer/Winter)
History 203 "Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World" (University of Arizona, Spring 2018)
History 204 "Greek History" (University of Arizona: Spring/Fall; Summer)
History 205 "Roman History" (University of Arizona: Spring/Fall; Summer)
Honors 195J (1) "Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World" (University of Arizona, Fall 2012)
Honors 195J (2) "Handbooks and How-To Guides in the Ancient World" (University of Arizona, Fall 2013)
Latin 1 "Elementary Latin, Part 1" (Duke University, Fall 2002)
Latin 2 "Elementary Latin, Part 2" (Duke University, Spring 2003)
Latin 011 "Love and Hatred in Catullus" (Swarthmore College, Fall 2006)
Latin 014 "Medieval Latin" (Swarthmore College, Spring 2006)
Latin 14 "Intensive Beginning Latin" (Duke University, Summer 2002)
Latin 15 "Intensive Intermediate Latin" (Duke University, Summer 2002)
Latin 093 Independent study, "Petronius" (Swarthmore College, Fall 2006)
Latin 426/526 "The Roman Emperors" (University of Arizona, Fall 2013)

Educational Materials

2018 Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World. 2nd ed. Cognella
2016 Beginning Greek tools: Answer keys to H. Hansen & G. Quinn, Greek: An Intensive Course. 2nd revised ed. (Fordham UP, 1992); Review sheets (with keys) for Hansen & Quinn; Grammar and syntax notes for Hansen & Quinn; Notetaking aid for Hansen & Quinn; List of all Greek vocabulary for Hansen & Quinn (both by unit and by part of speech); English grammar basics for students of beginning Greek; chart of all principal parts from Athenaze, books 1 and 2 (2nd ed.), made by a former student
2016 Intermediate Greek tools: Greek texts of Lysias 1, Lysias 3 , Aristotle's Politics, Plato's Phaedrus, and Iliad 1 for interlinear notetaking or overhead use
2016 Beginning Latin tools: Answer keys to F. Moreland & R. Fleischer, Latin: An Intensive Course. (University of California Press, 1990); Review sheets (with keys) for Moreland & Fleischer
2016 Intermediate Latin tools: Latin text of the Res Gestae for interlinear notetaking or overhead use
2016 Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World. 1st ed. Cognella
2016 HIST 120: Handbooks and How-To Guides in the Ancient World. University Readers
2016 Readings in Greco-Roman Culture and Civilization. 1st ed. Cognella
2015 Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World: CLAS 160D3. 1st ed. Cognella
2015 In the Beginnings: CLAS 160B1. Cognella
2011 Classics 220: The Classical Tradition, Part 1. 2nd ed. University Readers
2009 Classics 220: The Classical Tradition, Part 1. University Readers

Institutional Service

20–present Director, Egyptian Expedition, University of Arizona
20–present Director, Graduate Certificate in Egyptian Archaeology, University of Arizona
17–present Coordinator, Graduate Student Foreign Language Exams, University of Arizona, Department of History
15–2020 Committee Member, Graduate Certificate in Egyptian Archaeology, University of Arizona
2018 Committee Member, Hiring Committee, University of Arizona, Department of History
13–14 Member, Graduate Student Educational and Professional Development Fund Committee, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
12–14 Member, Ad Hoc Bylaws Committee, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
10–14 Faculty Advisor, Eta Sigma Phi, Eta Iota chapter (University of Arizona)
07–14 Member, Advising Committee, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
08–13 Member, Awards Committee, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
11–12 Classics Representative, Dean’s Advisory Council, University of Arizona
11–12 Member, Recruitment and Retention Committee, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
09–12 Director, Ancient Greek Program, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
07–12 Member, Curriculum Committee, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
2012 Latin Consultant, University of Arizona Repertory Theatre production of Julius Caesar, January
2012 Member, Ad Hoc Advisory Council to the Head, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
2012 Member, Search Committees, VAP positions, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
10–11 Member, Strategic Planning Committee, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
09–11 Editor, University of Arizona Department of Classics Newsletter, ΩΑΣΙΣ (OASIS)
08–11 Chair, Recruitment and Retention Committee, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
2011 Member, Search Committee, Chair position, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
08–10 Webmaster, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
2010 Advisor to Search Committee, VAP position, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
2010 Greek and Latin Consultant, Arizona Repertory Theater production of Dracula, September
08–09 Chair, University of Arizona, Department of Classics, 2008/9 Faculty Colloquium Series
2009 Member, Search Committee, VAP position, University of Arizona, Department of Classics
2007 Latin Consultant, Arizona Repertory Theater production of Top Girls, November
2007 Latin Consultant, University of Arizona School of Theater Arts production of Candide, October

Service to Field

19–present Associate Editor, JAEI (Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections)
15–19 Assistant Editor, JAEI (Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections)
15–present Member, DDbDP (Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri) Editorial Board for Translations
11–16 Book Review Book Forwarder (self-appointed), CB (The Classical Bulletin)
14–15 Interim Treasurer, AIA (Archaeological Institute of America), Tucson chapter
12–15 Society Contact, AIA (Archaeological Institute of America), Tucson chapter
08–15 Member, AIA (Archaeological Institute of America)
12–14 Editorial Liaison, JAEI (Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections)
12–14 Member, AIP (Association Internationale de Papyrologues)
12–14 Member, ASP (American Society of Papyrologists)
08–14 Member, WCC (Women’s Classical Caucus)
07–14 Member, CAMWS (Classical Association of the Middle West and South)
02–14 Member, APA (American Philological Association)
2014 External Reader, TAPA (Transactions of the American Philological Association )
10–12 External Reader, JAEI (Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections)
08–12 Webmaster, AIA (Archaeological Institute of America), Tucson chapter
10–11 Book Review Editor, CB (The Classical Bulletin)
07–11 Member, CAMWS Subcommittee on the School Awards
07–08 Member, Local Organizing Committee, CAMWS Spring 2008 meeting
05–08 Assistant Director, Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri (DDbDP: http://www.papyri.info/docs/ddbdp)
00–05 Research Assistant to Advanced Papyrological Information System (http://papyri.info/docs/apis)

Community Service

2020–present Reading Coach, Literacy Connects Reading Seed Program
2020–present Treasurer, Southern Arizona Figure Skating Club
2019–present Big Brother, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Southern Arizona
2012–present Coach, Learn to Skate Tucson
2020 At-Large Board Member, Country Glenn Neighborhood Association
2019 Guest speaker, senior capstone course on Rome, Basis Tucson North, September
08–14, 2016 Guest speaker, Arizona Summer Youth University Classics Camp
08–15 Member, Hellenic Cultural Foundation of Tucson
2013 Guest speaker, middle school Classics Club, Basis Tucson, February
2013 Guest speaker, middle school Classics Club, Basis Tucson North, September
2009 Career mentor for local high school student, September–October
2007 Guest speaker, 5th/6th grade Ancient History classes, Tucson Hebrew Academy, October
2007 Guest speaker, 7th/8th grade Modern European History class, Tucson Hebrew Academy, October
2007 Contributor to LATINUM, the Latin learning podcast (https://sites.google.com/site/janualinguae/), Summer
2007 Guest speaker, 5th grade class, Wilmington Friends School, March

References

Steve Johnstone University of Arizona, History (520) 621-3961 sjohnsto@u.arizona.edu
Mike Lippman U of Nebraska, Classics/Religious Studies (402) 472-4480 mlippman2@unl.edu
Alison Futrell University of Arizona, History (520) 626-8428 afutrell@email.arizona.edu
Joshua D. Sosin Duke University, Classical Studies (919) 681-2992 joshua.sosin@duke.edu
Jennifer Kendall Basis Tucson North (520) 207-0076 jennifer.kendall@basistucsonnorth.org


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