Kris Trego

Kris Trego

Associate Professor of Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies
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Education

  • Ph.D., University of Cincinnati

Areas of Interest

  • A philologist specializing in historiography with particular interest in ancient biography, Plutarch, and narrative theory.
  • A field archaeologist working with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology since 2000 to excavate ancient Greek and Roman shipwrecks of the coast of Turkey. In this area she concentrates on the utilitarian wares and crew's personal items.

Teaching Interests

  • Greek and Latin literature and history
  • Latin language
  • Roman history and culture
  • Ancient seafaring

Research Areas

  • Plutarch and Ancient Biography
  • Narrative theory
  • Nautical Archaeology and Ancient Shipboard Life

Selected Publications

"Competition in Context: philonikia in Agesilaus-Pompey." Ploutarchos, n.s., 10 (2012/2013) 63-74.

"Agesilaus the Puppet? The Effects of Thematic Development on Plutarch's Story of the Accession." Illinois Classical Studies, vol. 39 (2014) 39-62.

"The Plainware Pottery" (Forthcoming in the final publication of the Tektaş Burnu Shipwreck from Texas A&M University Press)

"Bones, Stones, and Metals" (Forthcoming in the final publication of the Tektaş Burnu Shipwreck from Texas A&M University Press)