John Aldrup-MacDonald
Instructor of Classical Studies

Education & Training:

  • M.A. Classical Literature and Literary Theory, UCSB 2011

  • B.A. Classical Languages and Literatures, Wheaton College (MA) 2008


Courses: 

  • Spring 2018: CLST284/HIST233 Roman History
  • Fall 2017: CLST283/HIST230 Greek History
  • Spring 2015: CLST284/HIST233 Roman History
  • Spring 2014: Latin 102
  • Fall 2013: Latin 101     


Papers: 

  • 1/2018 (accepted) “Intertextuality in Athenian Interstate Legislation: The Case of IG II2 1,”

    SCS Boston

  • 1/2017 “Deconstructing an Athenian Decree: IG I3 84 and the Composition of the Inscribed Document,” SCS Toronto

  • 3/2016 “Drafting Decrees in Late Classical Athens,” CAMWS

  • 5/2014 “Class and Classicism in Cappadocian Epistolography,” North American Patristics Society Annual Meeting, Chicago

  • 4/2014 “Peasant and Power in Souk-el-Khemis: the Imperial Archive in CIL VIII 10570,” CAMWS

  • 11/2012  “Thucydides on the Democratic Epigraphic Habit,” CAMWS-SS



Office Hours

M 1-2pm SocPsych 07 or by appointment

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