Steven M. Oberhelman
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, College of Liberal Arts
Office: ACAD 119B
Steven M. Oberhelman is professor of classics and Cornerstone Faculty Fellow of Liberal Arts. His fields of research are ancient medicine, rhetoric and early Christianity, and medieval Greek dream texts. He has published six books and over 75 articles, conference papers, and reviews. Since 1983, he has served as editor of Helios, an international journal devoted to new literary critical and methodological interpretations of classical culture, literature, and society. He also is the recipient, in 2004, of Texas A&M University’s Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching. He is currently working on a monograph (solicited by the head of botany for the Smithsonian Museum) that deals with the medical iatrosophia (practical healing books) of Ottoman Greece, and editing a volume of essays on dreams and Greek medicine for the University of Pennsylvania Press.