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DAVID ARLO TEEGARDEN

Department of Classics
University at Buffalo, SUNY 333 MFAC
Buffalo, NY 14261 (716) 645-2154
dat6@buffalo.edu

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
Ancient Greek History, Ancient Greek Democracy

EDUCATION
Ph.D. Classics. Princeton University, November 2007
Dissertation: Defending Democracy: A Study of Ancient Greek Anti-Tyranny Legislation
Advisor: Josiah Ober
M.A. Classics. Princeton University, May 2005
B.A. History, summa cum laude. University of Minnesota, 1998

EMPLOYMENT
Assistant Professor of Classics, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2008 - present
Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics and History, Wellesley College, 2007-2008

AWARDS AND HONORS
Loeb Classical Library Foundation Grant, Harvard University, academic year 2010-2011
Visiting Scholar, Cornell University, Dept. of History, 2010-2011

PUBLICATIONS
Death to Tyrants! Ancient Greek Democracy and the Struggle against Tyranny (Princeton
University Press, 2014)
“Acting like Harmodius and Aristogeiton: Tyrannicide in Ancient Greek Political Culture”
in The Oxford Handbook of the History of Terrorism, Eds. Claudia Verhoeven and Carola Dietze (online publication date: Feb. 2014; print edition forthcoming)
“The Inauthenticity of Solon’s Law Against Neutrality” Buffalo Law Review 62.1 (2014): 157-175.
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“Tyrant-Killing Legislation and the Political Foundation of Ancient Greek Democracy” Cardozo Law Review 34.3 (2013): 965-982
“The Oath of Demophantos, Revolutionary Mobilization, and the Preservation of the Athenian Democracy” Hesperia 81.3 (2012): 433-465
Review of Christ, M. The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens. Polis 25.2 (2008)

WORK IN PROGRESS
Article: “The Koinon Dogma and the Consolidation of the Democratic Revolutions in mid 5th Century Sicily”
Book: The Democratic Revolution in Ancient Athens (working title)

INVITED LECTURES
“Tyrant-Killing Legislation and the Political Foundation of Ancient Greek Democracy,” Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, April, 2012 (invited paper for a symposium entitled “Constitutionalism, Ancient and Modern”)
“The Athenian Anti-Tyranny Law of 336,” Cornell University, Department of History, February, 2011
“Life in Classical Greece: Nasty, Brutish, and Short,” opening lecture for Graduate Student Conference, University at Buffalo, October, 2010
“Did the Ancient Greek City-State System Become More Densely Democratic Over Time?”, Stanford University, Dispersed Authority Colloquium, April 2009
"Greek Laws against Tyranny, their Function and Significance", Classical Association of Western New York, October 2009
"Democracy in Ancient Greece", University at Buffalo Humanities Institute New Faculty Series, Buffalo, NY, October 2008
"The Oath of Demophantos, Mobilization, and the Preservation of the Athenian Democracy", Colgate University, Hamilton, NY, October 2008

COURSES TAUGHT, UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO
Graduate Level
* History of Greek Literature
* Thucydides
* Epigraphy and the Historiography of the Athenian Empire
* Tyranny and Tyrannicide in Ancient Greece
* Independent studies: Archaic Athens; Aristotle’s Politics
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Undergraduate Level
* Greek 101, 102, 201, and 202.
* Ancient Greek Democracy and Macedonian Imperialism
* Greek History from the Archaic Period to the End of the Peloponnesian War
* Greek History from the End of the Peloponnesian War to the Roman Conquest

COURSES TAUGHT, WELLESLEY COLLEGE
* History of Archaic and Classical Greece
* Contemporary Perspectives on Athenian Democracy
* History of the Roman Republic
* Latin Prose Epistolography

SERVICE
University at Buffalo, SUNY, Department-level:
* Manager of departmental website, 2011-
* Director of Undergraduate Studies, fall 2009
* Faculty Meeting Secretary, fall 2008-spring 2010; spring 2012-
* Member of Greek literature Search Committee (fall 2012-winter 2013)
University at Buffalo, SUNY, University-level
* Member of the Curriculum Committee (College of Arts and Sciences), 2011-
Professional Service:
* Publication advisor for Arethusa

GRADUATE STUDENTS SUPERVISED
Ph.D Dissertation Primary Advisor
* Michael McGlin (Economic Transactions and Temples in Ancient Greece)
Ph.D Dissertation Committee Member
* Meagan Ayer (Refugees in Classical Greece)
- Defended fall 2012
* Katie Lamberto (Sound and the Cult of Dionysos in Democratic Athens)
* Elizabeth Poyer (Hippocratic Medicine, Divination, and Asclepius)
- Defended fall 2013
* Lana Radloff (The Archaeology and Historical Significance of Ports in Ancient Greece)
* Jennifer Krantz (Greek Dialects and Greek Social History)
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M.A. Thesis Committee Member
* Michael McGlin (Spartan Black Figure Vase Paintings)
(5/3/14)

Source: http://www.classics.buffalo.edu/people/faculty/david_teegarden/

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