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About Gregory Viggiano

Gregory Viggiano, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Ancient History; Viggiano holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and economics from the University of Montana at Missoula; a master’s in classics from the University of Texas at Austin; and a doctorate in classical philology from Yale University.
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 Associate Professor History, Sacred Heart University History Department
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Honors and Awards

  • SHU Excellence in Scholarship Award, May 7, 2014
  • Tenure award May 2013

Education

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2005 Ph.D. Classical Philology, Yale University
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1998 M.A. Classics, University of Texas Austin
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1989 B.A. Philosophy & Economics, University of Montana, Missoula
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Contact Information

Academic Building
History Department
Room 212E
College of Arts & Sciences
203-396-8385

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