Department of History
Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in History and Classics - Latin and Greek Language and Literature, Ancient History, Language Pedagogy
Charles W. Oughton is a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in the Department of History. His research focuses on Ancient Historiography, especially the reception of the Greek historiographic tradition in Rome. He teaches Ancient History, and Latin and Greek at all levels. While he was at the University of Texas at Austin, he won several teaching awards, including an award from the Texas Language Center as the Best Foreign Language Instructor at the university. His current book projects include a coauthored introductory Greek textbook (Ancient Greek: A Diachronic Approach) and a monograph on narrators, intertextuality, and source criticism in Livy’s AUC.
Latin and Greek Language and Literature, Ancient History, Language Pedagogy
Latin and Greek Historiography, Narratology, Language Pedagogy, Roman Republican History
- PhD - University of Texas at Austin 2016
- MA - University of Texas at Austin 2011
- BA - Utah State University 2008