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



Men of Bronze : Hoplite Warfare in Ancient Greece (with Donald Kagan ed.), History Faculty Publications (2013)

"The papers published in this volume resulted from a conference on early Greek hoplite warfare...



Problems in the History of Ancient Greece: Sources and Interpretation (with Donald Kagan), History Faculty Publications (2010)

This collection of contested problems in the history of Ancient Greece aims to enhance and...




Unreported Speeches and Selection in Thucydides, History Faculty Publications (2005)