William A. Johnson
Associate Professor of Classics
University of Cincinnati

Curriculum Vitae




Special Interests and Competencies:

 

  • Greek and Roman literature and cultural history
  • Ancient books, readers, and reading culture
  • Literary Papyri
  • Ancient music

  • Course information:


     
    Fall Quarter 2006, University of Cincinnati

    Introduction to Latin Prose (Latin 301) MWF 2 Blegen 214

    Winter Quarter 2005

    Roman Comedy (Lat 503) MWF 10 Blegen 219

    Spring Quarter 2005

    Graduate Seminar: Hesiod (Greek 925) Wed 3-5 Blegen 219


    Fall 2005 through Spring 2006, ON LEAVE

    Fall Quarter 2004, University of Cincinnati

    Introduction to Latin Prose (Latin 301) MWF 2 Blegen 214

    Winter Quarter 2005

    Graduate Seminar: Pliny and the Construction of Culture (Latin 973) Mon 3-5 Blegen 219

    Spring Quarter 2005

    Thucydides (Grk 573) MWF 9 Blegen 219


     
    Fall 2003 through Spring 2004, ON LEAVE


     
    Fall Quarter 2002, University of Cincinnati

    Introduction to Plato (Grk 401) MWF 3 Blegen 311

    Winter Quarter 2003

    Graduate Seminar: Lucian and Historiography (Grk 985) Tu 3:30-5:30 Blegen 219
    Homer: Iliad (Grk 302/402) MWF 3 Blegen 219

    Spring Quarter 2003

    Herodotus (Grk 303/403)
    Early Greek Philosophy (Grk 587)


     
    Fall Quarter 2001, University of Cincinnati

    Tacitus (Lat 504) MWF 12 Blegen 219
    Epistolography (Latin 401) MWF 2 Blegen 219

    Winter Quarter 2002

    Roman Elegy (Lat 305/405) MWF 2 Blegen 219
    Homer: Odyssey (Grk 305/405) MWF 3 Blegen 219

    Spring Quarter 2002

    Graduate seminar: Ancient Libraries Tu 2-4 Blegen 219


    Winter Quarter 2001, University of Cincinnati

    Lucretius (Lat 502) MTh Blegen 219
    Cicero: Pro Caelio (Lat 302/402) MWF 2 Blegen 219
    Homer: Iliad (Grk 302/402) MWF 12 Blegen 219

    Spring Quarter 2001

    Graduate seminar: Herodotus the traveler W 10-12 Blegen 311
    The History of Greek Prose (Grk 577) MWF 9 Blegen 219


    Fall Quarter 1999, University of Cincinnati

    Intensive Elementary Latin (Lat 104) MTWThF 10:00 Blegen 214
    Attic Prose (Grk 301) MWF 1:00 Blegen 219

    Winter Quarter 2000

    Intensive Latin (Lat 105) MTWThF 10:00 Blegen 214

    Spring Quarter 2000

    Intensive Latin (Lat 106) MTWThF 10:00 Blegen 214
    Graduate seminar: Pliny the Younger and the Construction of Culture W 3:00-5:00 Blegen 219


    Fall Semester 1998, Bucknell University

    Myth, Reason, & Faith (Humanities 98) TTh 9:30

    General web pages (images, study guides, etc.)
    Course syllabus & Schedule of assignments
    Introductory Greek (Greek 101) MWF 10:00
    Intermediate Greek (Greek 151) MWF 9:00
    Advanced Greek (Greek 221) TuTh 12:00

    Spring Semester 1999

    Greek Tragedy (Classical Humanities 222) MWF 1:00
    Introductory Greek (Greek 101) MWF 10:00
    Documents Illuminating the History of the Early Church (Advanced Greek: Greek 201) TTh 11:00


    Fall Semester 1997, Bucknell University

    Classical Mythology (Classical Humanities 215) MWF 1:00
    Introductory Greek (Greek 101) MWF 9:00
    Intermediate Greek (Greek 151) TThF 11:00

    Spring Semester 1998

    Tales of Heroes: Epic (Classical Humanities 221) TTh 1:00
    Introductory Greek (Greek 102) MWF 9:00
    Studies in Greek Authors: Lysias, Paul & the Construction of Social History (Greek 201)
    M 12:30, W 3:00
    Studies in Greek Authors: Plato's Gorgias (Greek 221) MW 11:00
     
     
     

    Contact Information:

    E-mail: william.johnson@uc.edu
    Office Phone: (513) 556-1924
    Fax: (513) 556-4366

    Office: Blegen 599C&D

    Ancient Greek Music: Two New Fragments

    Family and friends: Lady Bee, Old family photos