Classics Affiliated Faculty
Department of History, Boyd Professor
Suzanne Marchand teaches courses on various topics in the history of Europe since
1500, including the history of the European city and the histories of art, literature,
philosophy, and scholarship. Her research focuses on the history of the humanities
and social sciences, including the histories of archaeology, Near Eastern philology,
classics, and art history. She is also keenly interested in the history of the decorative
arts and of consumption in early modern and modern Europe.
Department of Political Science
Hermann Moyse, Jr., Professor and Director of the Eric Voegelin Institute
James Stoner teaches and writes about classical and modern political theory, with
a particular emphasis on American constitutionalism and the heritage of common law.
Director of the Eric Voegelin Institute, his current projects include a collaborative
study of Aristotle's corpus of writings and their relation, subject-by-subject, to
modern academic disciplines.
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Bradley K. Storin grew up in Austin, Texas and received a B.A. in Religious Studies
and Classics from the University of Texas (2003). He also received an M.T.S. from
the Candler School of Theology at Emory University (2005) and a Ph.D. in Religious
Studies from Indiana University (2012). His research focuses on Christianity in late
antiquity (ca. 100-600 C.E.) with specific interest in issues of religious violence,
identity, community, and literary genre. I have published a book on Gregory of Nazianzus’s
letter collection, edited volumes on themes related to the study of Christianity in
late antiquity, peer-reviewed journal articles, and many translations of Greek, Latin,
and Syriac texts.