Professor of Classics
Ascension Hall 321
740-427-5276 fax email@example.com
or by appointment
Carolin Hahnemann came to Kenyon College in 1998, after serving as a visiting assistant professor at Bard College, New York, for two years. A regular instructor of Elementary Greek, she takes turns with her colleagues offering courses in intermediate and advanced Greek and Latin as well as a spectrum of courses on ancient literature, history, and mythology. Hahnemann's research centers on the fragmentary tragedies of Aeschylus and Sophocles. She has published articles in this area, but her interests range from the linguistic phenomenon of the dual to the social implications of laughter in Plato's dialogues. In 2000 she received the Junior Trustee Award for Teaching Excellence.
Ph.D. Brown University
M.A. Brown University
Bacchalaureat in Philosophie, Philosophische Hochschule, S.J., Munich (Germany)
"Sophoclean Fragments" in: Blackwell Companion to Sophocles, ed. K. Ormand; Malden, MA & Oxford (2012):169-184.
Entries on "Priam and Hecuba", "Tiresias", and "Theseus" in: Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome, Oxford (2010).
"Zum Verbleib der Grabstele SEG 19, 728 (Demirkapi)", Epigraphica Anatolica 40 (2007): 58.
GREK 111-112Y - Intensive Elementary Greek
GREK 202 - Intermediate Greek: Women in the Iliad
GREK 301 - Advanced Greek: Prometheus
LATN 301 - Advanced Latin: Seneca's Phaedra
CLAS 191 - Greek and Roman Drama (team taught with S. Georgia Nugent)