About Gregory Viggiano

Gregory Viggiano, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Ancient History; received a BA from the University of Montana at Missoula in 1989, an MA from the University of Texas at Austin in 1998, and a Ph.D. from Yale University in 2005.
Teaching Areas: Ancient Near East, Ancient Greece and Rome, Greek and Roman historiography, Age of Pericles, Ancient Greek Political and Moral Thought.
Research Interests: Classical Greece, Greek and Roman Historiography, Greek Law. Dissertation: "Unreported speeches in Thucydides.
Dr. Viggiano is a member of American Philological Association and the American Historical Association.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor History, Sacred Heart University
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Disciplines

None

Honors and Awards

SHU Excellence in Scholarship Award, May 7, 2014


Contact Information

Administration Building, Room 223
Ph: 203-396-8385
Fax: 203- 365-7587

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