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Department of Modern Languages, Philosophy & Classics

Min Zhou, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Foreign Language

B.A., M.A. Beijing University
Ph.D. University of Michigan

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GHH 114

Min Zhou

Min
Zhou
Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Foreign Language

B.A., M.A. Beijing University
Ph.D. University of Michigan

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x5719
GHH 114
Michael B. Wright, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy

B.A., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison

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x3251
GHH 321

Michael B. Wright

Michael B.
Wright
Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy

B.A., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison

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GHH 321
Peter Thompson, Ph.D.
Professor of Foreign Language

A.B. Princeton University
M.A., Ph.D. Brown University

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GHH 115

Peter Thompson

Peter
Thompson
Ph.D.
Professor of Foreign Language

A.B. Princeton University
M.A., Ph.D. Brown University

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GHH 115

Peter Thompson is a Professor in the department of Modern Languages, Philosophy and Classics, and has also taught literary translation and translation theory at the Madrid Summer Seminars (University of New Orleans). He writes frequently about the Negritude movement, and his related anthologies, Négritude et nouveaux mondes (new edition 2014) and Littérature moderne du monde francophone are widely used in schools and colleges.

Recent books include The Angle of Incidence and Shades (poetry), along with Hearing Your Story, A Passenger From The West, Exile and Helplessness (translations of Nabile Farès), The Gates of the Sun (translation of Nassira Azzouz), The Belly (translation of Tchicaya u Tam’si,  Red Earth (translation of Véronique Tadjo).

Thompson was director of the Engaged Writers Series at University of New Orleans Press, and now edits Ezra: An Online Journal of Translation.

Dong-Hoon Lee, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of ESL

B.S., M.A. University of Kansas
Ph.D. Ohio State University

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x3872
GHH 230

Dong-Hoon Lee

Dong-Hoon
Lee
Ph.D.
Associate Professor of ESL

B.S., M.A. University of Kansas
Ph.D. Ohio State University

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GHH 230
Anthony Hollingsworth, Ph.D.
Department Chairman and Professor of Foreign Languages and Classics

B.A. University of Dallas
M.A., Ph.D. Brown University

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GHH 112

Anthony Hollingsworth

Anthony
Hollingsworth
Ph.D.
Department Chairman and Professor of Foreign Languages and Classics

B.A. University of Dallas
M.A., Ph.D. Brown University

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GHH 112

Anthony Hollingsworth is professor of classical and Germanic studies, department chairman and director of the university’s study abroad programs to Munich, Germany and Perugia, Italy.

Courses he teaches include:

  1. All levels of Latin, Greek, German & Italian
  2. Core 451: It’s All Greek to Us
  3. Philosophy 252: Medieval Philosophy
  4. History 320: Ancient History
  5. Core 104: Literature, Philosophy, & The Examined Life

Recent Publications include:

  1. Commentary to Cicero’s In Catilinam
  2. Variety of articles on first century Greco-Roman topics
Robert Blackburn, A.M.
Professor of Philosophy

A.B., A.M. Brown University

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x3022
GHH 320

Robert Blackburn

Robert
Blackburn
A.M.
Professor of Philosophy

A.B., A.M. Brown University

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x3022
GHH 320
Peter Alfieri, D.M.A.
Professor of Foreign Languages

B.A. Rhode Island College
M.A., D.M.A. Middlebury College

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x5744
GHH 104

Peter Alfieri

Peter
Alfieri
D.M.A.
Professor of Foreign Languages

B.A. Rhode Island College
M.A., D.M.A. Middlebury College

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x5744
GHH 104