- Jacqueline Long
- Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Arts and Sciences
- Associate Professor, Department of Classical Studies
- Associate Faculty, Women's Studies and Gender Studies Program
- 228 Sullivan Center, Loyola University Chicago, 1032 W. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, Illinois 60660
- phone 773-508-3654; fax 773-508-2153 (indicate CLASSICAL
STUDIES on cover-sheet); e-mail email@example.com
- Late Antique History & Literature
- Roman History & Literature
- Women and Gender in the Classical World
Also Known As
- Member of Governing Board, Society for Late Antiquity
- Praeses iunior, Ab epistulis and Member, Editorial Board,
Romanis (the On-Line Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors)
- 2004-05 Blegen Research Fellow in Classics,
- Claudian's in Eutropium, or, How, When and Why to Slander a
Eunuch, University of North Carolina Press, 1996.
- Barbarians and Politics at the Court of Arcadius,
with Alan Cameron and a contribution by Lee Sherry,
University of California Press, 1993.
- "Women and War in the Ancient World," proceedings of a panel
organized for the Friends of Ancient History at the 2002 Annual Meeting
of the American Philological Association, The Ancient World
35 (2004) 143-237.
- Proceedings of Ancient Studies - New Technology: The World Wide
Web and Scholarly Research, Communication, and Publication in Ancient,
Byzantine, and Medieval Studies, with M. Michael DiMaio, Jr.
- "How to Read a Halo: Three (or More) Versions of Constantine's Vision,"
in The Power of Religion in Late Antiquity, ed. Noel Lenski and Andrew Cain,
227-35 (Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate 2009).
- "'Kill All the Dogs!' or 'Apollonius Says!': Two Stories against
Punitive Violence," in Violence in Late Antiquity: Perceptions and
Practices, ed. H. A. Drake, 225-33 (Aldershot, Hampshire and Burlington,
Vermont: Ashgate Publishing 2006).
- "Julian Augustus' Julius Caesar," in Julius Caesar in Western
Culture, ed. Maria Wyke, 62-82 (Oxford: Blackwell 2006).
- "Claudian and the City: Poetry and Pride of Place," in Aetas
Claudianea, ed. Widu-Wolfgang Ehlers, Fritz Felgentreu, and Stephen
Wheeler, 1-15 (Munich and Leipzig: K. G. Saur 2004).
- "Bygone Rome in the Historia Augusta," Syllecta
Classica 13 (2002) 180-236.
- "Julia-Jokes at Macrobius's Saturnalia: Subversive Decorum
in Late Antique Reception of Augustan Political Humor,"
International Journal of the Classical Tradition 6,3 (2000)
and Zenobia", De Imperatoribus Romanis, 1997.
- Contributions to Columbia Papyri X, edited by Roger S.
Bagnall and Dirk Obbink, American Studies in Papyrology 34,
Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press 1996.
- "Juvenal Renewed in Claudian's In Eutropium,"
International Journal of the Classical Tradition 2,3 (1996) 321-35.
- "Two Sides of a Coin: Aurelian, Vaballathus, and Eastern
Frontiers of the Early 270s," in Shifting Frontiers in Late
Antiquity, edited by Ralph W. Mathisen and Hagith S. Sivan, 59-71,
Aldershot, Hamps.: Variorum Press 1996.
- "Structures of Irony in Julian's Misopogon," part of American Philological
Association panel on "The Emperor Julian: the Man, the Writer and the Legacy"
co-organized with Robert J. Penella, The Ancient World 24 (1993) 15-23.
- "Dating an Ill-Fated Journey: Synesius, Ep. 5," Transactions
of the American Philological Association 122 (1992) 351-80.
- "A New Solidus of Julian Caesar," American Numismatic Society
Museum Notes 33 (1988) 111-18.
- "Textual Notes on Synesius' De Providentia," with Alan Cameron
and Lee Sherry, Byzantion 58 (1988) 54-64.
- "Confidential Business: P. Col. Inv. 316," Bulletin of the
American Society of Papyrologists 24 (1987) 9-16.
- "The Wolf and the Lion: Synesius' Egyptian Sources," Greek,
Roman and Byzantine Studies 28 (1987) 103-15.
Office Hours: MWF 10:30am-11:30am or by appointment
- CLST 273 / WSGS 297, Classical
Tragedy with a focus on gender and women's history, MWF 9:20am-10:10am, DU-234:
a University Core class in the Area of
Literary Knowledge and Skills of Critical
Thinking; helps fulfil requirements for majors or minors in
Classical Civilization and Women's Studies and Gender Studies
- LATN 101,
Latin I (most recently taught Fall 2011), MWF 8:15am-9:05am, DU-4;
helps fulfil requirements for CAS language requirement; may be substituted for CLST
credit-hours toward majors or minors in Classical Studies and may be used to
helpf fulfil requirements for minors in Medieval Studies
CLST 384, The Humanism of Antiquity II, departmental major capstone:
fulfils requirements for majors or minors in Classical Civilization
Greek, and Latin
- LATN 303, Latin Composition (most recently taught Spring 2011): fulfils a
requirement for majors in Latin
Other classes taught (old syllabuses on-line)
- CLST 271,
Mythology (most recently taught Fall 2002)
- CLST 272,
Classical Epics (most recently taught Fall 2007)
- CLST 273,
Tragedy (most recently taught for Honors, Spring 2002)
- CLST 277 / CATH 200 / MSTU 298,
of Late Antiquity (most recently taught Spring 2012)
- CLST 283,
Comedy and Satire (most recently taught as a Writing Intensive
section, Spring 2003)
- CLST 295 / WSGS 295,
the Classical World (most recently taught Fall 2011)
- CLST 307 / FNAR 337 / ROST 307,
Art of the Roman World (most recently taught
Summer 2010 on-site in Rome)
- CLST / HIST / ROST 308, History of Rome to Constantine (most recently
taught Spring 2000, but impossible to put on-line from the Rome Center)
- CLST 389 / CATH 300 / HIST 300B / MSTU 398,
Backgrounds II: Augustine (most recently taught as a Writing Intensive
section, Spring 2012)
- CLST 395 / HIST 300 / ROST 395,
of Rome (most recently taught Spring 2000, but since syllabus
couldn't then be updated from the Rome Center, this is the Fall 1999
- LATN 102,
Latin II (most recently taught Spring 2011)
- LATN 271,
Introduction to Roman Prose (most
recently taught Fall 2010)
- LATN 281/332, Introduction to Roman Historians / Roman Historical Masterworks I:
Sallust (most recently taught Spring 2008)
- LATN 284/345, The Age of Augustus/Horace Satires
(most recently taught Spring 2010)
- LATN 286/289,
The Age of Nero
(most recently taught Fall 2007)
- LATN 341,
Aeneid (most recently taught Spring 2009)
- LATN 388/431, Julius
Caesar (most recently taught Fall 2001)
- LATN 361-001 / CATH 361,
Confessions (most recently taught Spring 2012)
- LATN 388/488, Ammianus
Marcellinus (most recently taught Spring 2001)
- LATN 388/488,
Historia Augusta (most recently taught Fall 2002)
- LATN 389,
Readings in Latin: Archaic Latin
(most recently taught Spring 2005)
last revised: 26 November 2012