Ph.D., Vanderbilt University
M.A., Vanderbilt University
B.A., The College of the City of NewYork
Stephanie Quinn, Ph.D., is interested especially in the literature and history of the late Roman Republic, and also generally in Greek and Roman epic, and Athenian democracy and tragedy. She enjoys teaching a wide variety of courses that introduce students to the ancient Greek and Roman worlds, including their languages. Her graduate work was at Vanderbilt University, and undergraduate in classics at CCNY. She has edited, with extensive introduction and conclusion, a collection of scholarly essays and literary selections that relate to the works of Vergil, focusing on the Aeneid. Dr. Quinn’s career has included many years of senior academic administration in higher education institutions. She has also traveled with students abroad to Rome. She recently gave a paper at the Chicago Classical Club and a talk for the AAUW (American Association of University Women).