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Curriculum Vitae

Samuel J. Huskey
The University of Oklahoma
Department of Classics and Letters
Email: huskey@ou.edu
Website: https://sjhuskey.info/
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8192-9385

Education

PhD, University Of Iowa, 2002
Dissertation Title: Ovid’s Tristia I and III: An Intertextual
Katabasis

BA, University of Oklahoma, 1994
Major: Classics

Professional Positions

Professor, University of Oklahoma (July 2020 — Present)

Chair, Department of Classics and Letters, University of Oklahoma (2009
— 2019)

Interim Chair, Department of Classics and Letters, University of
Oklahoma (January 2009 — June 2009)

Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma (August 2008 — June 2020)

Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma. (August 2002 — July 2008)

Contracts, Fellowships, Grants and Sponsored Research

  1. Huskey, S. J. (Principal Investigator), Abbas, J. M. (Co-Principal
    Investigator), Weaver, C. (Co-Principal Investigator), "Digital
    Latin Library Implementation." Sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon
    Foundation. $1,000,000.00. (July 20, 2015 — July 31, 2017). Grant
    number 21500706.
  2. Huskey, S. J. (Principal Investigator), Abbas, J. M. (Co-Principal
    Investigator), Weaver, C. (Co-Principal Investigator), "Digital
    Latin Library." Sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
    $572,000.00. (July 14, 2014 — July 31, 2015). Grant
    number 21400643.
  3. Huskey, S. J. (Principal Investigator), "Planning Grant: Digital
    Latin Library." Sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
    $158,000.00. (April 1, 2012 — August 31, 2013). Grant
    number 11200693.

Publications

Software

  1. Samuel J. Huskey, Hugh A. Cayless, & Andrew Dunning. 2020, March 5.
    DigitalLatin/guidelines: Version 1.3.0 (Version v1.3.0). Zenodo.
    http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3698122.
  2. Katy Felkner and Samuel J. Huskey. 2019. "Automation Scripts for the
    Digital Latin Library: First Release." Zenodo.
    http://doi:10.5281/zenodo.2658751{.uri}.

Articles

  1. Huskey, S. J. 2022. "The Visual [Re]Presentation of Textual
    Data in Traditional and Digital Critical Editions." magazén:
    International Journal for Digital and Public Humanities
    (forthcoming)
  2. Huskey, S. J. and Cayless, H. 2022. "The Digital Critical Apparatus:
    Thoughts from the Field." The Classical Journal 117.3: 340–358.
  3. Huskey, S. J., and Witt, J. 2019. "Decoupling Quality Control and
    Publication: The Digital Latin Library and the Traveling
    Imprimatur." Digital Humanities Quarterly 13.4.
    http://digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/13/4/000438/000438.html
  4. Huskey, S. J. 2011. "Fragments of an Anonymous Medieval Commentary
    in a Manuscript of Lucan’s De bello civili." Mittellateinisches
    Jahrbuch
    46: 91–110.
  5. Huskey, S. 2010. "Three Colophons in Tommaso Baldinotti’s Manuscript
    of Lucan." Textual Cultures: Text, Contexts, Interpretation, 5
    (1): 99–110.
  6. Huskey, S. J. 2006. "Ovid’s (Mis)Guided Tour of Rome: Some
    Purposeful Omissions in Tr. 3.1." The Classical Journal 13:
    17–39.
  7. Huskey, S. J. 2006. "Ovid’s Metamorphoses in Tristia I, 1."
    Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History 13: 335–357.
  8. Huskey, S. 2005. "In Memory of Tibullus: Ovid’s Remembrance of
    Tibullus 1.3 in Amores 3.9 and Tristia 3.3." Arethusa 38 (3):
    367–386.
  9. Huskey, S. J. 2004. "Quaerenti plura legendum: Ovid on the
    necessity of reading in Tristia 1.1.21–22." Studies in Latin
    Literature and Roman History
    12: 234–249.
  10. Huskey, S. J. 2004. "Strategies of Omission and Revelation in Ovid
    Her. 6, 12, and Tr. 3.9." Philologus: Zeitschrift für Antike
    Literatur
    und Ihre Rezeption 148 (2): 274–289.
  11. Huskey, S. 2002. "Ovid and the Fall of Troy in Tristia 1.3."
    Vergilius 48: 88–104.
  12. Huskey, S. J. 1999. "Turnus and Terminus in Aeneid 12."
    Mnemosyne 52: 77–82.

Chapters in Books

  1. Huskey, S.J. and Robert A. Kaster. (forthcoming) "Editing." In The
    Cambridge Critical Guide to Latin Literature.
    Roy K. Gibson and
    Christopher Whitton, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  2. Huskey, S.J. 2020. "Scholarly Digital Editions: A Wise Investment
    for Scholars and Institutions." In Der digital turn in den
    Altertumswissenschaften: Wahrnehmung — Dokumentation — Reflexion

    Anna Novokhatko, Stelios Chronopoulos, and Felix Maier,
    eds. Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg, 43–54. Open Access:
    https://doi.org/10.11588/propylaeum.563
  3. Huskey, S.J. 2019. "The Digital Latin Library: Cataloging and
    Publishing Critical Editions of Latin Texts." In Digital Classical
    Philology Ancient Greek and Latin in the Digital Revolution
    . Monica
    Berti, ed. Berlin: De Gruyter Saur, 19–34. Open Access:
    https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110599572-003
  4. Huskey, S. J. 2018. "Warts and All: A Study of the Paratexts in the
    Iowa Lucan." In At the Crossroads of Greco-Roman History, Culture
    and Religion.
    Sinclair Bell and Lora Holland, eds. Oxford:
    Archaeopress Publishing Ltd., 249–260. Open Access at:
    http://www.archaeopress.com/ArchaeopressShop/Public/displayProductDetail.asp?id=%7b45331E1A-8F26-493F-9C5B-085C7D0F2C91%7d
  5. Huskey, S. J. 2010. "Approaches to Teaching Ovid’s Tristia." In
    Approaches to Teaching World Literature: Teaching Ovid and
    Ovidianism
    . New York, United States: Modern Language Association,
    77–80.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Abbas, J. M., Baker, S. R., Huskey, S. J., and Weaver, C. 2016. "How
    I learned to love Classical studies: Information representation
    design of the Digital Latin Library." In Proceedings of the Annual
    Meeting of the Association for Information Science & Technology
    .
    Silver Spring, MD, United States: Association for Information
    Science and Technology.
    https://www.asist.org/files/meetings/am16/proceedings/submissions/papers/19paper.pdf
  2. Silvia, S., Etemadpour, R., Huskey, S. J., Abbas, J. M., and
    Weaver, C. 2016. "Visualizing Variation in Classical Text with Force
    Directed Storylines." In Proceedings of the Workshop on
    Visualization for the Digital Humanities
    . Baltimore, MD, United
    States.
  3. Asokarajan, B., Etemadpour, R., Huskey, S. J., Abbas, J. M., and
    Weaver, C. 2016. "Visualization of Latin Textual Variants using a
    Pixel-Based Text Analysis Tool." In Proceedings of the
    International Workshop on Visual Analytics
    . Geneva, Switzerland:
    The Eurographics Association.
    http://dx.doi.org/10.2312/eurova.20161119
  4. Abbas, J. M., Baker, S. R., Huskey, S. J., and Weaver, C. 2015.
    "Digital Latin Library: Information Work Practices of Classics
    Scholars, Graduate Students, and Teachers." In Proceedings of the
    Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science &
    Technology
    . Silver Spring, MD, United States: Association for
    Information Science and Technology.
    https://www.asist.org/files/meetings/am15/proceedings/submissions/posters/254poster.pdf
  5. Asokarajan, B., Abbas, J. M., Huskey, S. J., and Weaver, C. 2015.
    "Pixel-oriented Visualization for Analyzing Classical Latin Texts."
    IEEE VIS 2015 Conference Compendium.
  6. Silvia Shejuti, June Abbas, Sam Huskey, and Chris Weaver. "Storyline
    Visualization with Force Directed Layout [Poster]". IEEE VIS 2015
    Conference Compendium, Chicago, IL, October 2015.
    http://cs.ou.edu/~weaver/academic/publications/silvia-2015a/materials/silvia-2015a-poster.pdf{.uri}

Book Reviews

  1. Huskey, S. J. 2021. Review of Constanze Güthenke, Feeling and
    classical philology: knowing antiquity in German scholarship,
    1770-1920
    . Bryn Mawr Classical Review. Bryn Mawr, PA, USA: Bryn
    Mawr Classical Review. https://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2021/2021.05.25
  2. Huskey, Samuel J. Review of Passwords: Philology, Security
    Authentication
    , by Brian Lennon. Technology and Culture 60, no. 4 (2019): 1126–1127. doi:10.1353/tech.2019.0116.
  3. Huskey, S. J. 2019. Review of Review of Barbara Weiden Boyd, Ovid’s
    Homer: Authority, Repetition, and Reception
    . Classical World 112,
    235–236. https://doi.org/10.1353/clw.2019.0022
  4. Huskey, S. J. 2017. Review of Classical Commentaries: Explorations
    in a Scholarly Genre
    ed. by Christina S. Kraus, Christopher Stray.
    Classical World[ 110, 283–285.
    https://doi.org/10.1353/clw.2017.0011
  5. Huskey, S. J. 2017. Review of Karakasis, T. Calpurnius Siculus: A
    Pastoral Poet in Neronian Rome
    . Bryn Mawr Classical Review. Bryn
    Mawr, PA, USA: Bryn Mawr Classical Review.
    http://www.bmcreview.org/2017/11/20171113.html
  6. Huskey, S. J. 2016, December 21. Review of Texts, Editors, and
    Readers: Methods and Problems in Latin Textual Criticism
    , by
    Richard Tarrant (Cambridge University Press, 2016). CJ Online.
    https://cj.camws.org/sites/default/files/reviews/2016.12.10%20Huskey%20on%20Tarrant.pdf
  7. Huskey, S. J. 2014. Review of Ovid’s Revisions: The Editor as
    Author
    , by Francesca K. A. Martelli (Cambridge University Press,
    2013). United States: CJ Online. Access:
    https://cj.camws.org/node/353
  8. Huskey, S. J. 2010. Review of Ovid Revisited: The Poet in Exile,
    by Jo-Marie Claassen (Duckworth Publishers, 2008). The Journal of
    Roman Studies
    100, 297–298.
    https://doi.org/10.1017/S0075435810000626
  9. Huskey, S. J. 2010. Review of Critical Moments in Classical
    Literature: Studies in the Ancient View of Literature and its Uses
    ,
    by Richard Hunter (Cambridge University Press, 2009). CJ Online.
  10. Huskey, S. 2008. Review of Ovid and Augustus: A Political Reading
    of Ovid’s Erotic Poems
    , by P.J. Davis (Duckworth Publishers, 2006).
    The Classical Journal. United States: Classical Association of the
    Middle West and South. Access:
    https://cj.camws.org/files/reviews/Huskey%20on%20Davis.pdf
  11. Huskey, S. J. 2006. Review of Komik in den Tristien Ovids, by
    Martin Amann (Schweizerische Beiträge zur Altertumswissenschaft 31,
    2006). Bryn Mawr Classical Review. Bryn Mawr, PA, United States.
    Access: http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2006/2006-12-13.html
  12. Huskey, S. J. 2003. Review of Roman Religion: A Sourcebook, by
    Valerie M. Warrior (Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company 2002). Bryn
    Mawr Classical Review
    . Bryn Mawr, PA, United States. Access:
    http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2003/2003-04-27.html

Encyclopedia Entries

  1. Huskey, S. J. 2016. "Aedes." In Routledge Encyclopedia of Ancient
    Mediterranean Religions
    . New York, United States: Routledge.
  2. Huskey, S. J. 2016. "Capitoline Triad." In Routledge Encyclopedia
    of Ancient Mediterranean Religions
    . New York, United States:
    Routledge.
  3. Huskey, S. J. 2016. "Fanum." In Routledge Encyclopedia of Ancient
    Mediterranean Religions
    . New York, United States: Routledge.
  4. Huskey, S. J. 2016. "Fasti." In Routledge Encyclopedia of Ancient
    Mediterranean Religions
    . New York, United States: Routledge.
  5. Huskey, S.J. 2000. "Alkman." Suda On Line.
    http://www.stoa.org/sol-entries/alpha/1289.
  6. Huskey, S.J. 2000. "Acherôn (1)." Suda On Line.
    http://www.stoa.org/sol-entries/alpha/4687.
  7. Huskey, S.J. 2000. "Acherôn (2)." Suda On Line.
    http://www.stoa.org/sol-entries/alpha/4688.
  8. Huskey, S.J. 2000. "Kaisar Augoustos." Suda On Line.
    http://www.stoa.org/sol-entries/kappa/1197.
  9. Huskey, S.J. 2000. "Persephonê." Suda On Line.
    http://www.stoa.org/sol-entries/pi/1373

Catalog

"Catalog and Study of 55 Fragmentary Latin Inscriptions in the Musei
Capitolini." (July 2015). Collaboration with Daniela Velestino, curator
of the Capitoline Museums epigraphy collection, to create an XML catalog
of 55 previously unpublished fragmentary Latin inscriptions.

Invited Lectures

  1. Huskey, S. J. "The Digital Latin Library." SunoikisisDC. Leipzig,
    Germany. (July 1, 2021) https://github.com/SunoikisisDC/
    SunoikisisDC-2020-2021/wiki/SunoikisisDC-Summer-2021-Session-12
    .
  2. Huskey, S. J. "Encoding the Encoded: Making Critical Editions
    Digital." Lady Margaret Hall Seminar on Textual Criticism.
    University of Oxford. (May 21, 2021).
  3. Huskey, S. J. "What is ‘Digital Latin’? An Overview of the Digital
    Latin Library." Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities:
    Seminars in Digital and Public Humanities. Venice, Italy. (November
    25, 2020) https://youtu.be/u-HvLxablsA.
  4. Huskey, S. J., Abbas, J. M., Weaver, C. "The Digital Latin Library
    as an Open Access Publisher of Digital Critical Editions." Greek and
    Latin in an Age of Open Data. Leipzig, Germany. (December 2, 2014).

Presentations

CAMWS = Classical Association of the Middle West and South

SCS = Society for Classical Studies, formerly American Philological
Association

  1. Huskey, S. J. "Evaluating Digital Scholarship on its Own Terms: A
    Case Study." SCS 151st annual meeting, Washington, D.C. (January
    3, 2020)
  2. Huskey, S. J. "The Digital Latin Library," SCS 150th annual
    meeting, San Diego, CA. (January 6, 2019).
  3. Felkner, V. K. and Huskey, S. J. "Digital Critical Editions: Coding
    and/as Scholarship," CAMWS 114th annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.
    (April 2018).
  4. Huskey, S. J. "The Digital Latin Library and the Library of Digital
    Latin Texts," SCS 149th annual meeting, Boston, MA. (January 7,
    2018).
  5. Asokarajan, B., Etemadpour, R., Abbas, J. M., Huskey, S. J., Weaver,
    C., Proceedings of the EuroGraphics / IEEE-VGTC Conference on
    Visualization (EuroVis), "Visualization of Latin Textual Variants
    using a Pixel-Based Text Analysis Tool," IEEE-VGTC, Barcelona,
    Spain. (June 2017).
  6. Abbas, J. M., Baker, S. R., Huskey, S. J., Weaver, C., Association
    for Information Science & Technology, "How I learned to love
    Classical studies: Information representation design of the Digital
    Latin Library," Copenhagen, Denmark. (October 2016).
  7. Silvia, S., Etemadpour, R., Abbas, J. M., Huskey, S. J., Weaver, C.,
    Proceedings of the Workshop on Visualization for the Digital
    Humanities, "Visualizing Variation in Classical Text with Force
    Directed Storylines," IEEE, Baltimore, MD. (October 2016).
  8. Asokarajan, B., Etemadpour, R., Huskey, S. J., Abbas, J. M., Weaver,
    C., Proceedings of the International Workshop on Visual Analytics,
    "Visualization of Latin Textual Variants using a Pixel-Based Text
    Analysis Tool," EuroVis, Groningen, Netherlands. (June 2016).
  9. Huskey, S. J. "Evaluating Linked Open Data for the Library of
    Digital Latin Texts," Linking the Big Ancient Mediterranean (BAM)
    Conference, Iowa City, IA. (June 8, 2016).
  10. Abbas, J., Baker, R., Huskey, S. J. "Digital Latin Library:
    Information Work Practices of Classics Scholars, Graduate Students,
    and Teachers," Annual Meeting of the Association for Information
    Science and Technology, Saint Louis, MO. (November 7, 2015).
  11. Asokarajan, B., Weaver, C., Abbas, J. M., Huskey, S. J.
    "Pixel-oriented Visualization for Analyzing Classical Latin Texts,"
    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Information
    Visualization Conference (InfoVis), Chicago, IL. (October 2015).
  12. Shejuti, S., Abbas, J. M., Weaver, C., Huskey, S. J. "Storyline
    Visualization with Force Directed Layout," Institute of Electrical
    and Electronics Engineers Information Visualization Conference,
    Chicago, IL. (October 2015).
  13. Huskey, S. J. "Toward the Evaluation of Digital Critical Editions of
    Latin Texts," Latin Textual Criticism in the Digital Age, Norman,
    OK. (June 25, 2015).
  14. Huskey, S. J. "Combining Latin Language Learning and Undergraduate
    Research with Digital Humanities," CAMWS 110th annual meeting,
    Waco, TX. (April 5, 2014).
  15. Huskey, S. J. "Ovid in the Land of the Dead," CAMWS 108th annual
    meeting, Baton Rouge, LA (March 30, 2012).
  16. Huskey, S. J. "Eastwood’s Unforgiven as a Reading of the Odyssey,"
    CAMWS 106th annual meeting, Oklahoma City, OK (March 25, 2010).
  17. Huskey, S. J. "Ovid as Palinurus and Aeneas in the Tristia," CAMWS
    105th annual meeting, Minneapolis, MN (April 4, 2009).
  18. Huskey, S. J. "Publication and You: Thinking Strategically about
    Publishing," CAMWS 105th annual meeting, Minneapolis, MN (April 2,
    2009).
  19. Huskey, S. J. "A New Manuscript of Lucan’s Bellum Civile," CAMWS
    103rd annual meeting, Cincinnati, OH (April 13, 2007).
  20. Huskey, S. J. "Roasting the Emperor: Augustus as Phalaris in Ovid’s
    Exile Poetry," CAMWS 102nd annual meeting, Gainesville, FL. (April
    6, 2006).
  21. Huskey, S. J. "Ulysses Who?: The Strategic Suppression of Names in
    Tristia 1.5," CAMWS 101st annual meeting, Madison, WI (April 1,
    2005).
  22. Huskey, S. J. "A Funny Thing Happens On The Way Through Ovid’s Forum
    (Tristia 3.1)," CAMWS 100th annual meeting, St. Louis, MO (April
    16, 2004).
  23. Huskey, S. J. "In Memory of Tibullus: A Double Allusion in Ovid’s
    Tristia 3.3." CAMWS, 99th annual meeting, Lexington, KY (April
    5, 2003).
  24. Huskey, S. J. "Si licet exemplis in parvo grandibus uti: Ovid at
    the Fall of Troy in Tristia 1.3," American Philological
    Association 133rd annual meeting, Philadelphia, PA (January 2002).
  25. Huskey, S. J. "The Argonautic Exile: Ovid and Jason in Tristia
    1.10," CAMWS 97th annual meeting, Provo, UT (April 2001).
  26. Huskey, S. J. "The Allusive Exile: Philomela and Palamedes in Ovid’s
    Tristia 1.1," American Philological Association 132nd annual
    meeting, San Diego, CA (January 2001).
  27. Huskey, S. J. "Gubernator … immemor artis: Ovid as Palinurus in
    Tristia 1.11," CAMWS 96th annual meeting, Knoxville, TN (April
    2000).
  28. Huskey, S. J. "The Deeply Clinging Boundary Stone: An Element of
    Liminality in the De Rerum Natura," American Philological
    Association 131st annual meeting, Dallas, TX. (December 1999).
  29. Huskey, S. J. "Venus, Juno, and the Linear Structure of Ovid’s
    Amores 3," CAMWS 95th annual meeting, Cleveland, OH (April
    1999).
  30. Huskey, S. J. "Deus Inde Ego: Horace as Priapus in Sermones
    1.8," CAMWS 94th annual meeting, Charlottesville, VA (April 1998).
  31. Huskey, S. J. "Turnus and Terminus in Aeneid XII," CAMWS 92nd
    annual meeting, Nashville, TN (April 1996).

Conferences

  1. Conference Organizer, "Digital Latin Library Summer Workshop."
    Norman, OK (June 29–30, 2017).
  2. Conference Organizer, "Latin Textual Criticism in the Digital Age."
    Norman, OK (June 25, 2015).
  3. Chair, Local Committee, 106th annual meeting of the Classical
    Association of the Middle West and South. Oklahoma City, OK. (March
    24–27, 2010)

Ongoing Research Activity

  1. Houston, Jason and Samuel J. Huskey. Boccaccio’s Shorter Latin
    Works
    . Cambridge: Harvard University Press (under contract).
  2. "Digital Critical Edition of Calpurnius Siculus and other Minor
    Latin Poets" (On-Going). (2016 — Present) This is an ongoing
    project to involve undergraduate students in philological research.
    The result will be a new, born-digital critical edition of the minor
    Latin poets.
  3. "Digital Latin Library" (On-Going). (2012 — Present). The DLL,
    funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and affiliated with the
    Society for Classical Studies, the Medieval Academy of America, and
    the Renaissance Society of America, is building a Linked Open Data,
    online resource for finding, reading, discussing, studying,
    teaching, editing, annotating, and publishing Latin texts of all
    eras

Teaching

(* Indicates a course proposed, developed, and taught)

  1. CL C 1113:* Introduction to Classical Studies (Fall 2011, 2012)
  2. CL C 2383: Classical Mythology (Summer 2003, Spring 2011, Spring
    2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2016, Fall 2020)
  3. CL C 3023:* Greek Literature in English Translation (Fall 2008)
  4. CL C 3033: Latin Literature in English Translation (Fall 2002, 2003,
    2004, 2005, 2007)
  5. CL C 3113: Greek Epic Poetry (May 2003, 2004, Fall 2021)
  6. CL C 3123: Greek Tragedy in English Translation (Fall 2010)
  7. CL C 3313:* Religions of Rome (Spring 2003, 2004, 2007)
  8. CL C 3510: * States in Crisis in Greece & Rome (Spring 2021)
  9. CL C 3613: Classical Influences on Modern Literature (Winter 2004,
    May 2005, Summer 2005, May 2006)
  10. CL C 4503: Classics Capstone (Spring 2009, Spring 2015, Spring 2016,
    Spring 2019, Spring 2020)
  11. GRK 2113 Biblical Greek (Fall 2018, Fall 2020)
  12. LAT 2113: Intermediate Latin Prose (Spring 2003, Spring 2004, Spring
    2006, Spring 2008, Fall 2008, Spring 2019, Spring 2021)
  13. LAT 2213: Intermediate Latin Poetry (Spring 2007, Fall 2021)
  14. LAT 3113: Advanced Latin Prose (Fall 2002, Fall 2003, Spring 2008,
    Fall 2009, Fall 2010)
  15. LAT 3213: Advanced Latin Poetry (Fall 2004, Fall 2006)
  16. LAT 3313:* Latin Prose Composition (Spring 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012,
    2014, 2018)
  17. LAT 4133: Historians (Fall 2006, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2017, 2019)
  18. LAT 4213: Latin Lyric Poetry (Fall 2005, Spring 2011, Spring 2017)
  19. LAT 4970: Latin Inscriptions (Fall 2015); Bucolic Poetry (Fall 2019)
  20. UNIV 1210: section 1, Freshman Mentoring Program (Fall 2009,
    2010, 2011)

Directed Student Learning

  1. Honors Research, Jack Bennet (Fall 2021)
  2. Mentored Undergraduate Research, Caleb Carr (Spring 2019)
  3. Mentored Undergraduate Research, Elizabeth Anderson, (Fall 2018)
  4. Undergraduate Honors Research, "Mythological Connotations in Ex
    Machina
    ." (May 2016) Advised: Jennifer Nguyen
  5. Undergraduate Honors Research, "A Digital Edition of Vibius
    Sequester." (December 2012) Advised: Shaina Gordon
  6. Undergraduate Honors Research, "Persona vs. Vita: Authorship,
    Identity, and Purpose in the Ovidian Corpus." (May 2011) Advised:
    Dylan Erwin
  7. Undergraduate Honors Research, "The Problem of Genre and Ovid’s Ars
    Amatoria
    ." (May 2011) Advised: Molly Miller
  8. Undergraduate Honors Research, "The Effects of a Creed on Freedom
    and Order." (December 2009) Advised: Michael Du Pont
  9. Undergraduate Honors Research, "The Sources on Amyntas IV and
    Amyntas Antiochou of Macedon." (December 2008) Advised: Kelly Taylor
  10. Undergraduate Honors Research, "A reading of Ovid’s Ibis."
    (December 2008) Advised: Rachel Dowell
  11. Undergraduate Honors Research, "An Analysis of the Prose Style of
    Julius Caesar’s Bellum Civile." (May 2007) Advised: Alex Ward
  12. Undergraduate Honors Research, "A Survey of Pedagogical Methods for
    Latin." (May 2007) Advised: Bethany Burklund
  13. Undergraduate Honors Research, "Latin Textual Criticism and the New
    Lucan MS." (May 2007) Advised: Scott Wise
  14. Undergraduate Honors Research, "A Translation and Commentary on the
    Life of Elagabalus." (May 2006) Advised: Shane Morgan
  15. Undergraduate Honors Research, "Religion in Roman Britain."
    (December 2003) Advised: Sharada Price
  16. Undergraduate Honors Research, "Jews and Judaism in Ancient
    Alexandria." (May 2003) Advised: Mary Veith

Faculty Development Activities Attended

  1. Workshop, "Evaluating Digital Scholarship," National Endowment for
    the Humanities, Charlottesville, VA, United States. (June 20, 2012
    — June 22, 2012).
  2. A year-long series of workshops, "Academy for Chairs," Educators’
    Leadership Academy, Edmond, OK, United States. (August 2009 — May
    2010).
  3. Series of workshops, "Outstanding Professors’ Academy," Educators’
    Leadership Academy, Edmond, OK. (August 2007 — May 2008).

University Service

  1. Committee Member, University Libraries Associate Dean for Digital
    Strategies & Innovation. (Fall 2021).
  2. Committee Member, University Libraries Chief Technology Office Search.
    (April 2021 — July 2021).
  3. Faculty Appeals Board (2020 — 2023)
  4. Campus IT Council. Replacement position. (Spring 2020)
  5. Chief Information Officer Search Committee (2019)
  6. Business Continuity Plan (2015 — Present).
  7. Provost’s Advisory Committee on Learning Outcomes Assessment.
    (2014–2016).
  8. Committee Member, Bookstore Advisory Committee. (2017).
  9. Guest Speaker, A Conversation with Tony Hey. (February 24, 2016).
  10. Guest Speaker, Introduction to Digital Humanities. (February 19,
    2016).
  11. Committee Member, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Oklahoma. (2011 — 2015).
  12. ‘The Digital Latin Library’ at ‘Digital Humanities at OU.’
    (September 15, 2015).
  13. Assessment Management System Review Committee. (2014).
  14. Bookstore Advisory Committee. (2014).
  15. Task Force Member, Arts and Humanities Working Group. (2011 —
    2013).
  16. Faculty Advisor, OU Academic Team. (2010 — 2012).
  17. Faculty Advisor, Student Veterans Association. (2010 — 2012).
  18. Guest Speaker, OU Teaching Scholars Institute. (October 19, 2012).
  19. Guest Speaker, OU Teaching Assistant Orientation. (August 14, 2012).
  20. Committee Member, Executive Committee on Academic Integrity. (2011).
  21. Guest Speaker, OU Teaching Assistant Orientation. (August 14, 2011).
  22. Chairperson, Aspire 2020 Arts and Humanities Action Team. (2010).
  23. Guest Speaker, OU Greek Community Forum. (November 9, 2010).
  24. Committee Member, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Oklahoma. (2002 — 2007).
  25. Guest Speaker, OU Faculty Lecture Series. (April 24, 2007).
  26. President, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Oklahoma. (2005 — 2006).
  27. Vice President, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Oklahoma. (2004 — 2005).

Professional Service

  1. Information Architect, Society for Classical Studies (2011 —
    Present)
  2. Member, ex officio, Society for Classical Studies Education
    Committee (2011 — Present)
  3. Member, ex officio, Society for Classical Studies Outreach
    Committee (2011 — Present)
  4. Member, ex officio, Society for Classical Studies Research and
    Publications Committee (2011 — Present)
  5. Reviewer, Ad Hoc Committee on Digital Scholarship, Society for
    Classical Studies (2014)
  6. Member, Classical Association of the Middle West and South Committee
    on Merit (2009 — 2014)
  7. Member, Classical Association of the Middle West and South Committee
    for the Promotion of Latin (2005–2009)
  8. Member, Classical Association of the Middle West and South Executive
    Committee. (2002 — 2009).
  9. Webmaster, Classical Association of the Middle West and South. (2002
    — 2009).

Public Service

  1. Committee Member, United Way of Norman Income Council, Norman, OK.
    (February 23, 2017 — June 20, 2017).
  2. Guest Speaker, College of Arts and Sciences Research Discussion
    Series. (November 10, 2017).
  3. Guest Speaker, Pioneer Library System, OK. (March 21, 2016 — April
    17,2016).
  4. Guest Speaker, Pioneer Library System, Norman, OK. (April 8, 2016).
  5. Guest Speaker, Norman High School, Norman, OK. (November 3, 2015).
  6. Guest Speaker, Trinity Lutheran Church, Norman, OK. (November 7,
    2013).
  7. Guest Speaker, Oklahoma City Mensa Society. (September 17, 2011).
  8. Guest Speaker, Shawnee Rotary Club, Shawnee, OK. (June 7, 2011).
  9. Guest Speaker, Blanchard High School Gifted and Talented Program.
    (January 27, 2011).
  10. Guest Speaker, Wabunaki Society, Norman, OK. (October 5, 2009).
  11. Guest Speaker, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK. (June
    24, 2008).
  12. Guest Speaker, St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church, Norman, OK.
    (April 24, 2007).
  13. Guest Speaker, Morning Star Center for Spiritual Living, Norman, OK.
    (August 25, 2006).
  14. Guest Speaker, St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church, Norman, OK.
    (April 17, 2005).

Awards and Honors

  1. OU Libraries Library Partner Award (April 2019)
  2. Most Inspiring Faculty, University of Oklahoma Department of
    Athletics (April 2019)
  3. Nancy L. Mergler Faculty Mentor Award for Undergraduate Research, OU
    Office of Undergraduate Research (April 2018)
  4. Integrity Apex Award, Office of Academic Integrity (May 2011)
  5. Outstanding Mentor Award, President’s Distinguished Faculty
    Mentoring Program (May 2011)
  6. Ovatio, Classical Association of the Middle West and South (April
    18, 2008)
  7. Outstanding Faculty Member, OU Panhellenic Association (May 2004)

Professional Memberships

  1. Text Encoding Initiative Consortium (2014 — Present)
  2. Association for Computers and the Humanities (2011 — Present)
  3. American Classical League (1996 — Present)
  4. Society for Classical Studies (formerly APA) (1996 — Present)
  5. Classical Association of the Middle West and South (1995 — Present)