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  • Joseph McAlhany, Chair, Classics Department; Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Classics
    Joseph McAlhany, Chair, Classics Department; Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Classics
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Joseph McAlhany

Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Classics

Lentz Hall 241

  • Biography
  • Education
  • Courses

Professor Joseph McAlhany holds a B.A. in philosophy from Haverford College and a Ph.D. in Classics from Columbia University. His translation, Guibert of Nogent: Monodies and On the Relics of the Saints (with Jay Rubenstein), was published by Viking/Penguin in 2011, and he is a contributor to the Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece & Rome.

Prof. McAlhany is also founder of Delenda Press, which has published three volumes of work by Carthage students.

Prof. McAlhany joined the Carthage faculty in 2007.

  • Ph.D. — Classics, Columbia University, 2003
  • B.A. — Philosophy, Haverford College, 1990
  • GRK/CLS 1010 Elementary Ancient Greek I
  • GRK 2010 Intermediate Greek I
  • CLS 3260 Ancient Egypt
  • Joseph McAlhany, Chair, Classics Department; Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Classics
    Joseph McAlhany, Chair, Classics Department; Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Classics
    Submitted Photo

Joseph McAlhany

Professor Joseph McAlhany holds a B.A. in philosophy from Haverford College and a Ph.D. in Classics from Columbia University. His translation, Guibert of Nogent: Monodies and On the Relics of the Saints (with Jay Rubenstein), was published by Viking/Penguin in 2011, and he is a contributor to the Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece & Rome.

Prof. McAlhany is also founder of Delenda Press, which has published three volumes of work by Carthage students.

Prof. McAlhany joined the Carthage faculty in 2007.

Brief Bio

Professor Joseph McAlhany has authored multiple translations and articles, and he is a contributor to the Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece & Rome. He is the founder of Delenda Press, which publishes an annual volume of work by Carthage students.

Title

Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Classics

Email Address

jmcalhany@carthage.edu

Phone Number

262-551-2302

Office Location

Lentz Hall 241

Education

  • Ph.D. — Classics, Columbia University, 2003
  • B.A. — Philosophy, Haverford College, 1990

Courses

  • GRK/CLS 1010 Elementary Ancient Greek I
  • GRK 2010 Intermediate Greek I
  • CLS 3260 Ancient Egypt
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