2020
 
Bridget Bagileo
Rome's Stone Consolations: Reading Mythological Iconography on Sarcophagi as Aids to Mourning
 
Megan Brizzell
Augustan Age Humor and Feminism in Ovid’s Metamorphoses: The ‘Rape’ of Daphne
 
Nissa Flanders (junior)
Princess, Matron, and Sorceress: The Medea of the Argonautica as a Synthesis of Classical Heroines
 
Patrick Pallisco
Changes in the Language of Flourishing between Columella and Palladius
 
2019
 
Matthew Blanchard
The lararia of the Roman Empire: Examining the Daily Religious Experience of an Everyday Roman
 
Ian Flanders
The Reception of Plato's Timaeus in John Philoponus's De aeternitate mundi contra Proclum
 
Sarah Grupp
How Different Ideas of Fate Force the Oedipus Myth to Evolve
 
Susannah Marshall (1)
Crossing a Line: The Clash of Caesar's Military Ambitions with the Political and Religious Culture of the Roman Republic
(Classical Civilization)
 
Susannah Marshall (2)
Religion in Service of Politics: Egyptian Propaganda from 1500-1150 BC (for HIST)
(History)
 
Angelina Vigliotti
"I Bore Him That He Might Die for Sparta”: Spartan Women as Perpetuators and Stereotypes of the Spartan Mirage
 
2018
 
Peter Bayer
The Philosopher and the Cicadas: Platonist Use of Musical Metaphor
 
Thomas Rini
Signs and Wonders: Virgil's Contribution to Reviving Rome back to Its Golden Age
 
Thomas Nathaniel Tombes
High Stake on the High Seas: The 'Muziris' Papyrus and Rome's Luxury Goods Trade
 
Clare Whitton
Experiencing the Son of God in the Early Roman Empire
 
2017

Joseph Prego
A Southwestern Mediterranean Transitional Model: Cultural De-Romanization Following the 4th Century AD

Angelica Sisson
The Tragic Aspects of Antigone in Sophocles and Sophoclean Interpretations

2016

Christen Dutkowsky
Augustine on Happiness: A Comparative Study of the De Beata Vita and the Enneads

Sarah Jackson
Reviving the Ancient World: Jacques-Louis David and The Funeral of Patroclus

Samantha Janazzo
Pedagogy and Latin Introductory Education: Should Everyone Learn Latin?

John Marshall
Doxa in Transition: Tracing Its Semantic Shift from Homer to the New Testament

Michael Schwab
History of the Ancient Mediterranean World: A Material Approach

2014

Anne-Marie Cannatella
A Portrayal of Christ: The Human and the Divine

Shannon Ells
Do the Dacian Stones Speak? Urbanization and Romanization at Dacia's Colonia Deducta: Sarmizegetusa

Eric Jennings
Mars and Ares: The Manifestations of War in Mythology

Sarah Moravsik
In Christ: Clement of Alexandria's Pneumatology in Paedagogus 1.6

Kevin Oriani
Hebraic Uses of 'En in The Royal Psalms and Their Interpretation by The Antiochene Fathers

2013

Christine Banach
The Roman Empire: From Julius Caesar to Romulus Augustus: A Course

Gabriel A. DiLeonardo
The Eighth Wonder of the Ancient World

Bruce R. Hoefer III
Aristocracy and Constitution in Cicero's De Re Publica

Victoria LaMonica
A Monumental Battle: Augustus' Propaganda Mission Against Mark Antony

Whitney Nelson
Targeting the Audience: The Ancient Roman Gladiator in Modern Cinema

2012

John Eby
Studies in the Myth of Er

Isaac Farias
The "Mean" Geometer: Roman Geometers' Approaches to Geometry

Katrina J. E. Milton
A Villa Transcending Time: An Investigation of the Villa of Diomedes from Its Excavation to Modern Day

2011

Daniel Marlett
A Metrical Analysis of Pindar's Pythian IV

Michael Schierer
The Ideal Politician in the Mind of Cicero

Thomas Schubert
Aristocratic Virtues and the Balance of Power in the Late Roman Republic: Political Functions of Veristic Portraits

Kristen Thiers
Eastern Influences in Greek Sanctuaries of the Archaic Era

2010

Clarissa Dominguez
Property Rights of Women in Ancient Rome

Erin Manning
Literary Performance in Rome

Jacob Walsh
The Judicial Torture of Slaves in Classical Athens

2009

Patrick Cavanaugh
Legal Terminology in Tertullian

Robert Coons (1)
Spartan Foreign Policy in the Archaic and Classical Periods: From Practicality to Propaganda
(Classical Civilization)

Robert Coons (2)
The Self-Fashioning of Quintus Sertorius: A Study in Leadership
(History)

Monica Cortright
Plato's Cratylus: Serious Philology or Playful Philosophy?

Gerard Cummings
The Similarities and Differences of the Central Courts, Residential Quarters, and Key Rooms in the Minoan Palaces of Knossos, Phaistos, and Zakros

Jacqueline Daley
Apollo's Birthplace: Hub of the Aegean

Elizabeth Fetner
Out of the Mouths of Bards

Elizabeth Homan
Understanding Roman Women: Mothers, Children, and Domestic Life

Victoria A. Napoli
Pliny the Elder and the Fine Arts

Samantha Saporito
Xenophon on Virtue: The Agesilaus as an Ethical Model for the Hellenica?

2008

Katelynn Chambers
Homer and Bacchylides, Apollodorus and Ovid: The Meleager Myth

Matthew Innes
Provide and Conquer: Roman Logistics and Military Superiority

Rebecca Jackson
The Manicheans and the Frontier

Jocelyn Rohrbach
The Exchange of Pity: Rhetoric and Response within Euripides

Andrew Rudolphi
"Memento omnia mihi et in omnis licere": The Evolution of Assassination and Proscription in the Roman World

Courtney Valeo
Forgetting the Present: Time and Oblivion in the Underworlds of Homer, Dante and Vergil

Kathryn E. Winter
A Study into Archaic Greek Pottery: Primarily Focusing on Pottery Fragments in the CUA Collection

2007

Kristin Mullarkey
The Catalyst Corpse: An Analysis of Close Encounters with the Dead in the Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles

2006

Angelle Bonnecarrere
Pandora's Box: Perspectives on Greek Women

Erica Buentello
Identity Crisis: Apollo and Dionysus at Delphi

Rebecca Goodman
The Universal Antidote: A Test of Endurance

Robert Stern
Greek Dithyrambs

2005

Sarah Insley
Classical Paradigms, Christian Contexts: Gregory of Nazianzos' Funeral Oration on Basil the Great

Laura Johnson
Bird Divination in the Homeric Epics

Alexander Pino
Greek Silence

John Scanlon
Ariadne in Ovid and Catullus

2004

Matthew L. Bilenki
Hoplite Iconography on a Corinthian Aryballos at Catholic University

Timothy Chirdon
Julii Caesaris Clementia

Stefanie Marie Jenkins
Apotheosis: Ancient and Modern

Tirzah O'Beirne
Wyler "Wakes" Wallace in Ben-Hur's Sea Battle

William J. Phelan IV
Inventory and Commentary on the Bronze Coinage of Constantine the Great at The Catholic University of America's Catholic History Research Center and University Archives

2003

Amber Garofolo
Venus Genetrix and Her Relationship to the Julio-Claudian Family

Emily Oren
Can Cinema Be "Classic"? A Study of its Elements in Comparison with Classical Literature

John Welsh
Perspectives on a King: Croesus in Bacchylides, Herodotus, and Plutarch

2002

Meghan Gallagher
Demens et Fortis: Cleopatra VII in Horace's Ode 1.37 and Augustan Poetry

Sarah Gustafson
Revenge as an Act of Passion: The thumos of Medea in Euripides

Christopher C. Mank
The Evolution of the Praetorian Guard in the Reign of Tiberius

Catherine Peters
The Role of a Roman Woman as a Wife

2001

Jamie Reddington
The "Judgment of Paris" in Literature and Art

Stephen Francis Scott
The Temple of Apollo Epikourios and the Arcadian Mercenary

2000

Sarah K. McCullough
Psyche and thymos in Homer and the Lyric Poets

Christopher P. Susie
The Beech in the Eclogues: Virgil's Assimilation and Adaptation of phegos

1999

Michelle Su Shupp
Education in Ancient Rome

Ceylan Tozeren
Medea: Unconventional Tragedy

1998

Alexander D. Griffiths
Britain: Was it Romanized?

Shanna L. Peterson
The Vestal Virgins as Brides to Rome

Danielle R. Smith
The Hylas Episode in Apollonius of Rhodes and Valerius Flaccus

1997

Richard A. Ionata
Roman Banquets as Symbolic Statements of Wealth and Social Structure

Megan Matthews
Gender, Honor, and Criminal Censure in Republican Rome: The Bacchanalian Conspiracy of 186 BC