Associate Professor of Classics
Office: ACAD 330A
Spring 2016 – CLAS 250 (Greek and Roman Civilization); CLAS 312 (Advanced Classical Greek Prose)
Spring 2017 – CLAS/HIST/WMST 330 (Women in Ancient Greece and Rome); CLAS 410 (Classics Seminar): The Theory and Practice of Ancient Historiography
Fall – CLAS 101-102 (Beginning Classical Greek); CLAS 221 (Intermediate Latin); CLAS 311 (Advanced Greek: New Testament); CLAS 321 (Advanced Latin Prose); CLAS/RELS 351 (Classical Mythology)
Justin Lake specializes in Medieval Latin literature, particularly the historical literature of the Early and High Middle Ages, and the medieval rhetorical tradition.
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS:
Current projects include an article on Aimoin of Fleury’s Gesta Francorum and a study of the origins of speech writing in Medieval Latin historiography. Together with Mayke de Jong of the University of Utrecht he is also working on a translation of the Epitaphium Arsenii and Vita Adalhardi of Paschasius Radbertus.