- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
- 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.
- "Gender, Democracy, and the Justice of Athena's Vote to Acquit Orestes,"
Text and Presentation 12 (2015) 57-69.
- "Studying Julian the Author," in Emperor and Author: the Writings of
Julian the Apostate, ed. Nicholas Baker-Brian and Shaun Tougher, 323-38
(Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales 2012).
- "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: M, W, F 10:25am-11:15am, Sullivan Center 228, or by appointment
- CLST 277, The World
of Late Antiquity, Tier 2 Historical Knowledge Core: fulfils requirements for majors
and minors in Classical Civilization and minors in European Studies and in Rome Studies;
MWF 9:20am-10:10am, Mundelein Center 406
Other classes taught (old syllabuses on-line)
- CLST 271,
Mythology (most recently taught Fall 2002)
- CLST 272,
Classical Epics (most recently taught Fall 2015)
- CLST 273,
Tragedy (most recently taught for Honors, Spring 2002)
- CLST 273G, Classical
Tragedy - Women/Gender Focus (most recently taught Fall 2016)
- 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 384, The Humanism
of Antiquity II (most recently taught Spring 2016)
- 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 101,
Latin I (most recently taught Fall 2011)
- LATN 102,
Latin II (most recently taught Spring 2011)
- LATN 271,
Introduction to Roman Prose
(most recently taught Fall 2013)
- 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 303, Latin Composition (most recently taught Fall 2016)
- 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: 16 January 2017