Marcel Widzisz is an assistant professor of Classics at Southern Virginia University. He joined the faculty in 2016.
Before arriving at Southern Virginia University, he taught at the University of Texas at Austin, Exeter University in the UK, the University of Houston, Boston University, Rice University, and St. John’s College in Annapolis. His book, Chronos on the Threshold: Time, Ritual, and Agency in the Oresteia was published by Lanham in 2012. Articles and reviews of his have appeared in journals such as the Classical Review, GRBS (Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies), Arethusa, Classical and Modern Languages, and the Bryn Mawr Classical Review. His research interests include Greek tragedy, Homer, Greek lyric poetry, Greek religion, and Roman Comedy. He has studied at universities in France, Germany, and England.
B.A. in French Southern Illinois University at Carbondale 1998, B.A. in Philosophy Southern Illinois University at Carbondale 1998, B.A. in Classics Southern Illinois University at Carbondale 1998, M.A. in Classics The University of Texas at Austin 2002, Ph.D. in Classics The University of Texas at Austin 2005.
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