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Classics and Letters Faculty and Staff


Scott JohnsonAssociate Professorsfj@ou.eduCarnegie 109


Phoenix MirandaAcademic Advisornixmiranda@ou.eduCarnegie 111


Susan AlcockBarnett Family Professor of Classical Archaeology and Professor of Classics and Letterssue.alcock@ou.eduCarnegie 121
David AndersonAssociate Professor and
Senior Fellow,
Dunham College 
dkanderson@ou.eduDunham A133
Jeremy BaileyProfessor, Sanders Chair of Law and Liberty, and Director of the Institute for the American Constitutional Heritagejdb@ou.eduCarnegie 215
Peggy ChambersInstructor and
Academic Advisor
pchambers@ou.eduCarnegie 106
Darin DavisInstructordarindavis@ou.eduCarnegie 206
Daniela GarofaloProfessor and Director,
Center for Literary Studies
dg@ou.eduCarnegie 119
Ellen GreeneJoseph Paxton
Presidential Professor
of Classics and Letters
egreene@ou.eduCarnegie 105
John HansenInstructor and
Academic Advisor
jhansen@ou.eduCarnegie 108
Kyle HarperProfessor and
G.T. and Libby
Blankenship Chair
in the History of Liberty
kyleharper@ou.eduOld Science Hall 103
Rebecca HuskeyAssociate Professorrhuskey@ou.eduCarnegie 118
Samuel J. HuskeyProfessorhuskey@ou.eduCarnegie 116
Andrew PorwancherWick Cary Professor, Institute for the
American Constitutional
Heritage core faculty
porwancher@ou.eduCarnegie 219
Will SelingerWick Cary Assistant Professorw.selinger@ou.eduCarnegie 213
Cheryl Walker-EsbaughInstructor and
Academic Advisor
Walker-Esbaugh@ou.eduCarnegie 107
Charles (Ben) WatsonAssociate Professor of Classics and Joseph F. Paxton Presidential Professorcbwatson@ou.eduCarnegie 120
Joey  Carnegie 117
James ZainaldinAssistant 

Professors Emeriti

In Memoriam

Rufus Fears

J. Rufus Fears was David Ross Boyd Professor of Classics and the G.T. and Libby Blankenship Chair in the History of Liberty. His many awards for teaching include being chosen Professor of the Year on three occasions by students at the University of Oklahoma, the Medal for Excellence in College and University Teaching from the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) Great Plains Region Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the UCEA's National Award for Teaching Excellence.

Professor Fears passed away on October 7, 2012.