T. George Hendren
T. George Hendren
Visiting Instructor of Classics
Berte Humanities Building 229
900 Arkadelphia Rd
Birmingham, AL 35254
Office Phone: (205) 226-7848
Office Fax: (205) 226-3089
Brief Career Background:
Birmingham-Southern College, Instructor 2016-present
University of Miami, Lecturer 2013-2015
Ph.D. in Classics, University of Florida
M.A. in Classics, University of Florida
B.A. in Classics and History, Virginia Tech
Areas of Academic Interest:
- Roman Republican Epic and Elegy
- Greek Rhetoric
- Roman Political History of the Late Republic and Early Empire
- 2016. “Catullus’s Ameana Cycle as Literary Criticism,” Mnemosyne 69.2: 262-75.
- 2015. “Meidias Tyrannos: Meidias’ Tyrannical Attributes in Dem. 21,” Illinois Classical Studies 40.1: 21-43.
- 2014. “Ovid in Augustan Tomis,” Syllecta Classica 25: 59-77.
- 2012. “Woven Alliteration in the De Rerum Natura,”Classical Journal 107.4: 409-22.
LA 101 Elementary Latin I (1)
An introduction to the basic forms and grammar of classical Latin. The first semester emphasizes the forms of nouns and verbs and their use in simple sentences and clauses. Instructor consent required. Fall.
LA 102 Elementary Latin II (1)
A continuation of the material of Latin I with an emphasis on complex sentences and clauses, rhetorical practices, and the reading of continuous Latin. Prerequisite: LA 101. Spring.
LA 201 Fundamentals of Latin Grammar (1)
A review of the fundamentals of grammar designed primarily for students who have had only one or two years of language on the high school level.
CL 225 Introduction to Roman Culture (1)
A survey of the history, literature, and art of the Romans from their beginning to the fall of the Empire.
CL 301 Greek Civilization (1)
A survey of the history, literature, and art of the Greeks from their beginning to Alexander the Great.
e-Term: Arete: Sex, Sports, and Law in the Ancient World