Former Graduate Students:
Amber J. Porter, Empathy and Compassion in the Medicine and Literature of the First and Second Centuries AD., Ph.D., University of Calgary, 2014.
Forthcoming book: Empathy and Compassion in the Medicine and Literature of Greece and Rome
(ISBN: 978-1-4724-7025-6) https://ucalgary.academia.edu/AmberPorter
Alison Waters, Weaving and Textile Imagery in Roman Poetry of the late Republic and early Empire, Ph.D., University of Calgary, 2013.
Nicole Wilson, Depictions of Pain in the Roman Empire, Ph.D., University of Calgary, 2011.
Arda Harms, The Metaphorical Conceptualization of Emotions in Plutarch, Ph.D., University of Calgary, 2011.
Paul Harms, The Logic of Irrational Pharmacological Therapies in Aretaeus of Cappadocia, Scribonius Largus, and Dioscorides of Anazarbus, Ph.D., University of Calgary, 2010.
Jason McClure, Doubling and the Theban Mythological Cycle in Latin Literature, Ph.D., University of Calgary, 2010.
J.R. Clarke, Images of Color and Shining in Catullus, Propertius, and Horace, Ph.D., University of Adelaide, Australia 1998 (a revised version of this thesis was published by Peter Lang Verlag, 2002).
Ray Nyland, ‘They Say’: A Study of the Use and Function of Source Attributing Words in the Histories of `Herodotus’, Ph.D., University of New England, Australia, 1994 (co-supervised with Iain Spence).