The Catholic University of America


CUA's wide-ranging interest in antiquity means that you may study ancient and medieval languages, literatures, history, art, archaeology, philosophy, and theology with faculty members from both inside and outside the Department of Greek and Latin.

The department itself has five full-time professors, as well as a Professor Emeritus, two part-time lecturers, several Research Associates (postdoctoral scholars pursuing their own research in affiliation with the department), and a number of teaching fellows and teaching assistants drawn from amongst our own graduate students. Several faculty members in other university departments regularly teach courses of interest to our discipline, as well.

teaching fellows and teaching assistants

  • Ms. Christine Ascik, MA
  • Ms. Jodie Rice Augustine
  • Ms. Patricia Craig, MA (for Humanities)
  • Ms. Keturah Kiehl, MA
  • Ms. Kathleen Kirsch, MA
  • Mr. Casey Knott, MA (from Medieval and Byzantine Studies)
  • Mr. John Marshall (for Anthropology)
  • Mr. Luke Maschue
  • Ms. Sarah Moravsik
  • Mr. Damon Smith, MA
  • Ms. Maria Stouraiti, MA (for Anthropology)
  • Mr. Carl Vennerstrom, MA (from Early Christian Studies)
  • Mr. Jake Weiner, MA (from Early Christian Studies)