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Thomas C. RoseThomas C. Rose

Lecturer
Department of Classics
1107 McClung Tower 
University of Tennessee 
Knoxville, TN 37996-0413

Phone: 865-974-0559
Fax: (865) 974-7173 
Email: trose14@utk.edu


Research Interests

The Successors of Alexander the Great, Hellenistic kingship and ruler-cult, the Roman conquest of Greece, Elymian culture and Sicilian topography

  • Ph.D. in Classics (University of Iowa, 2015)
  • M.A. in Classics (University of Iowa, 2010)
  • M.A. in Ancient History (East Carolina University, 2004)
  • B.A. in History (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2000)
  • Lecturer, Department of Classics, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, 2016-present
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Classics, University of Iowa, 2015-16

Articles

  • “Demetrius Poliorcetes, Kairos, and the Sacred and Civil Calendars of Athens.”  Historia 67.3 (forthcoming 2018).

  • “Demetrios Poliorketes and the Thessalian Campaign of 302 B.C.,” in H.R. Reinders et al. The City of New Halos and its Southeast Gate (Groningen, 2014): 199–203.

Conference Papers and Invited Lectures

  • “The Elymian Sanctuary at Contrada Mango, Segesta.” With Margaret Miles, Jessica Paga, and Morgan Condell. AIA 2017: Toronto, Ontario
  • “The Life & Afterlife of a Hellenistic Flagship: The ‘Sixteen’ of Demetrius Poliorcetes Revisited.” AIA 2017: Toronto, Ontario
  • Dicta and Facta in Sallust’s Bellum Catilinae.” CAMWS 2011: Baton Rogue, LA
  • “Demetrios Poliorketes in the Peloponnese, 303 B.C.” CAMWS 2014: Waco, TX
  • 2014–15: Ballard and Seashore Dissertation Year Fellowship, University of Iowa
  • 2014–15: Homer A. and Dorothy B. Thompson Advanced Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens
  • 2013: Peter Green Essay Prize (outstanding graduate essay): “Dicta and Facta in Sallust’s Bellum Catilinae
  • 2012-13: Paul Rehak Memorial Travelling Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens
  • 2012-13 Philip Lockhart Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens  
  • 2003 Bodo Nischan Memorial Scholarship for Outstanding Student in European History, East Carolina University

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