Concordia University

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Dr. Simeon D. Ehrlich, PhD

Assistant Professor, Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics

Biography    Teaching    Research   


Office: S-FB 1000-20 
Faubourg Building,
1250 Guy
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2312
Email: simeon.ehrlich@concordia.ca
Availability: Fall 2019
Tu/Th 1:15-2:30pm (or by appt.)

Winter 2020
M/Tu 10:15-11:30am (or by appt.)

Current Fieldwork

Research Fellow (Roman and Byzantine Publications), Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon, Israel

Prior Employment

2017-18 -- J.E.A. Crake Doctoral Fellow in Classics (Mount Allison)

Education

2018 -- PhD in Classics (Stanford)
2012 -- MA in Classics (UWO)
2010 -- BA (Honors) in Classical Studies with Greek and Latin (UWO)


Teaching

Winter 2020

CLAS 240/HIST 223 -- Greek History from the Bronze Age to Alexander
CLAS 242/HIST 225 -- History of the Roman Republic
CLAS 364 -- Classical Greek Art and Archaeology

Fall 2019

CLAS 260 -- Introduction to Greek Archaeology
CLAS 264 -- Egyptian Archaeology
CLAS 343/HIST 327 -- History of the Roman Empire
CLAS 363 -- Archaeology of Archaic Greece

Winter 2019

CLAS 267 -- The Archaeology of the Greek Bronze Age
CLAS 364 -- Classical Greek Art and Archaeology
CLAS 365 -- Art and Archaeology of the Hellenistic Age

Fall 2018

CLAS 260 -- Introduction to Greek Archaeology
CLAS 264 -- Egyptian Archaeology
CLAS 341/HIST 323 -- Greek History from Alexander to the Roman Conquest

CLAS 370 (Practicum in Archaeology)

Students wishing to receive Concordia credit (CLAS 370) for participation in archaeological fieldschools abroad are advised to discuss projects and procedures with me or with Dr. Francis.

CLAS 490 (Honours Thesis)

Students wishing to write honors theses under my supervision in areas of Greek and Roman history and archaeology are advised to discuss topics with me and to seek permission to enroll in CLAS 490 from Dr. Dale.


Research

Interests

Cultural history and material culture
Greek and Roman urban form, architecture, and building codes
Comparative urbanism
Roman and Byzantine Ashkelon
Greco-Roman Near East
Late antiquity
Epigraphy
Ancient science, technology, and engineering

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