Our four faculty are engaged in the full breadth of scholarship on the literary and historical qualities of the Classical Languages—in addition to teaching language acquisition courses. From Aesop to Plato’s apology of Socrates, Ovid to Paul’s Letters to Timothy and Titus, the topics of our Classical Language courses are sure to make ancient Greek, Latin, and Hebrew come alive in new and unexpected ways. Read more about these courses here.
Assistant Professor of Hebrew
Gerald F. Hawthorne Professor of New Testament Greek and Exegesis, Department Chair
Associate Professor of Classical Languages; Classical Languages Section Coordinator
Associate Professor of Classical Languages
See samples of the kinds of scholarship Wheaton's Classical Languages faculty are working on.