Gregory N. Daugherty, PhD

Gregory N. Daugherty, PhD Gregory N. Daugherty is the Shelton H. Short III Professor in the Liberal Arts at Randolph-Macon College. He received a BA in Latin from the University of Richmond and an MA and PhD in classical studies from Vanderbilt University. At Randolph-Macon College since 1976, he has taught classes on ancient Greek and Latin language and literature, ancient history, ancient warfare, Roman Britain, religion, and daily life. His research interests have been centered on public safety in the ancient city and the reception of classics (especially Cleopatra and Homer) by American popular culture. Daugherty is the coauthor with Margaret A. Brucia of To Be a Roman (Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2007).

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