Welcome! I’m Stephen Hill, Instructor of Latin at Wyoming Catholic College and Ph.D candidate in Classics at the University of Virginia. As a teacher, I help language learners develop fluency in reading, writing, and speaking ancient Greek and Latin through active communication, something I’ve done for over ten years. As a researcher, I investigate ancient Greek religion in the imperial period; my dissertation focuses on the figure of Heracles in Dio Chrysostom, Lucian, and Philostratus. I previously earned M.A. degrees in Classics (Kentucky) and Teaching English as a Second Language (Illinois).
Click here for information about my Choices of Heracles online seminar on July 29th.