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Ph.D., University of Chicago (1983)
M.A., University of Chicago (1980)
M.A., Harvard University (1976)
B.A., summa cum laude, Princeton University (1975)

Recent Courses

Honors - Human Condition I
Honors-The Human Condition II
Honors-Thesis In Liberal Studies

Teaching Specializations/Interests

Greek language and literature
Latin language and literature
Russian language and literature
Biblical Hebrew
Literature in translation

Grants/Sponsored Research

Heyman Prize for Junior Faculty Research, 1986
Morse Faculty Research Fellowship, 1987-88
NEH Summer Research Stipend, 1990


Richard Garner (1990). From Homer to Tragedy: The Art of Allusion in Greek Poetry. United Kingdom: Routledge.

Richard Garner (1987). Law and Society in Classical Athens. United Kingdom: Croom Helm.

Refereed Articles

Richard Garner (1994), Stesichorus' Althaia: P.Oxy. 3876. Zeitschrift fuer Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 100, 25-37.

Richard Garner (1993), Achilles in Locri: P.Oxy. 3876. frr.37-77. Zeitschrift fuer Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 96, 153-65.

Richard Garner (1992), Countless Deeds of Valor: Bacchylides 11. Classical Quarterly, 42, 523-525.

Richard Garner (1992), Mules, Mysteries, and Son in Pindar's Sixth Olympian. Classical Antiquity, 11, 45-67.

Richard Garner (1988), Death and Victory in Euripides' Alcestis. Classical Antiquity, 7, 58-17.

Invited Presentation/Lecture

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Richard Garner (1994, March). Stesichorean Narrative in Light of P.Oxy. 3876. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Richard Garner (1993, April). Lawless Women in Classical Athens. Fordham University, Bronx, NY.

Richard Garner (1992, February). Broad Shield and Viper's Venom: The Technology of Allusion in Greek Poetry. MIT, Cambridge, MA.

Richard Garner (1990, February). Sophocles' Philoctetes. Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA.

Richard Garner (1990, January). Issues in Editing the Ion. UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

Richard Garner (1989, December). The Importance of Being Surprised: Euripides' Ion and the Conventions of Greek Tragedy. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.

Richard Garner (1989, September). Theory and Interpretation in Greek Culture: Five Lectures on the Doryphoros, the Odyssey, and the Republic. Lawrence University, Appleton, WI.

Richard Garner (1989, February). The Importance of Being Surprised: Euripides' Ion and the Conventions of Greek Tragedy. Smith College, Northampton, MA.

Richard Garner (1987, June). Intertext, Subtext, and Context: The Art of Allusion in Greek Tragedy. Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT.

Richard Garner (1985, October). The Development of the Athenian Legal System. Vassar, Poughkeepsie, NY.

Honors and Accomplishments

Phi Beta Kappa, Princeton, 1975
Banchko Prize (Slavic), Princeton, 1975
Junior Fellow, Society of Fellows, Harvard University, 1980-1983
Galler Dissertation Prize, University of Chicago, 1983-1984
Yale College-Sidonie Miskimin Clauss Prize for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities, 1986
Sarai Ribicoff Award for the Encouragement of Teaching in Yale College, 1986
William Clyde DeVane Medal for Distinguished Scholarship and Teaching in Yale College-Phi Beta Kappa, 1992
Elected as Loeb Lecturer, Harvard University, 1994