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About Fred K. Drogula

Positions

2016 - Present Professor, Providence College History
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2011 - 2016 Associate Professor, Providence College History
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2006 - 2011 Assistant Professor, Providence College History
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2005 - 2006 Visiting Assistant Professor, Kenyon College
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Curriculum Vitae



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Honors and Awards

  • Winner, Accinno Award for Teaching Excellence, Providence College 2014.
  • Foreign Scholar Fellowship, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut for study at the Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik in Munich, 2013.
  • Member, Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar, Providence College 2013.
  • Finalist, Accinno Award for Teaching Excellence, Providence College 2013.
  • Mellon Dissertation Seminar Fellowship (“Proving Grounds,” H. Tucker, director) University of Virginia, 2004.
  • Seymour Day Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies, Athens 2001-2002.
  • Finalist, Seven-Society Award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching, University of Virginia 2001.
  • Winner, University Award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching in the Arts and Humanities, University of Virginia 2001.
  • Winner, Award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching in History, University of Virginia 2001.
  • Award for Excellence in Teaching, Drew University 1999.
  • NEH Fellowship, 1997 (to San Diego State University).
  • Fulbright Fellowship, 1996 (to Rome).
  • Geraldine Dodge Fellowship, 1996 (to Rome).

Courses

  • CLA 490-491: Advanced Greek/Latin
  • DWC 101-102: Development of Western Civilization
  • DWC 202: DWC Colloquium “Our Monsters, Ourselves”
  • GRK 101-102: Elementary Greek
  • GRK 201-202: Intermediate Greek
  • HIS 337: Ancient Greece
  • HIS 338: Ancient Rome
  • HIS 360: Greek and Roman Warfare
  • HIS 481: Seminar: Ancient Sparta
  • HIS 481: Seminar: Women in the Ancient World
  • HIS 481: Seminar: Alexander the Great
  • HIS 490: Senior Honors Thesis
  • HON 101-102: Development of Western Civilization
  • LAT 101-102: Elementary Latin
  • LAT 201-202: Intermediate Latin
  • SU114M: Seminar: Rise of the Polis (Maymester course)

Education

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2005 Ph.D., University of Virginia ‐ History
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2001 - 2002 American School of Classical Studies, Athens
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2000 M.A., University of Virginia ‐ History
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1996 Summer Seminar, American Academy in Rome
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1994 M.A., Boston University ‐ Classics
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1992 B.A., Kenyon College ‐ Classics
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Contact Information

Department of History
Providence College
1 Cunningham Ave.
Providence, RI 02918

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