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== Research Summary ==
 
== Research Summary ==
 
I am professor of Classical Studies at Dickinson College. My main DH interests are in the multimedia annotation of classical texts, lexicon digitization, and the statistical study of vocabulary. My teaching focuses on Latin literature, and my scholarly work includes translations, articles on Latin literature, and a monograph on Parthenius of Nicaea.
 
I am professor of Classical Studies at Dickinson College. My main DH interests are in the multimedia annotation of classical texts, lexicon digitization, and the statistical study of vocabulary. My teaching focuses on Latin literature, and my scholarly work includes translations, articles on Latin literature, and a monograph on Parthenius of Nicaea.
== Digital Projects ==
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== digital projects ==
 
*Dickinson College Commentaries (2010–pres.; Project Director): A peer-reviewed series of classical texts for reading with media, vocabulary, grammatical, historical, and stylistic notes. http://dcc.dickinson.edu/  
 
*Dickinson College Commentaries (2010–pres.; Project Director): A peer-reviewed series of classical texts for reading with media, vocabulary, grammatical, historical, and stylistic notes. http://dcc.dickinson.edu/  
 
*Dickinson Classics Online (2015-pres.; Officer): resources for Chinese students and scholars of the ancient Greek and Latin classics. http://dco.dickinson.edu/
 
*Dickinson Classics Online (2015-pres.; Officer): resources for Chinese students and scholars of the ancient Greek and Latin classics. http://dco.dickinson.edu/
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*Caesar Gallic War (2010): commentary on selections from Caesar’s Gallic War (covering the AP Latin syllabus), with notes selected from older school commentaries in public domain, enhanced with maps, audio files, and links. http://dcc.dickinson.edu/caesar/caesar-introduction
 
*Caesar Gallic War (2010): commentary on selections from Caesar’s Gallic War (covering the AP Latin syllabus), with notes selected from older school commentaries in public domain, enhanced with maps, audio files, and links. http://dcc.dickinson.edu/caesar/caesar-introduction
 
*Core Vocabularies for Latin and Classical Greek (2012): The thousand most common words in Latin and the 500 most common words in ancient Greek, collated and edited on the basis of large samples. http://dcc.dickinson.edu/vocab/core-vocabulary
 
*Core Vocabularies for Latin and Classical Greek (2012): The thousand most common words in Latin and the 500 most common words in ancient Greek, collated and edited on the basis of large samples. http://dcc.dickinson.edu/vocab/core-vocabulary
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== education ==
 
== education ==
 
*University of Texas, Austin, 1987–1993. PhD in Classical Studies, 1993. Advisor: Karl Galinsky, Dissertation: Parthenius of Nicaea and Roman Poetry, MA in Greek, 1989. Semple Award for Summer Study in Greece (American School, Athens 1989)
 
*University of Texas, Austin, 1987–1993. PhD in Classical Studies, 1993. Advisor: Karl Galinsky, Dissertation: Parthenius of Nicaea and Roman Poetry, MA in Greek, 1989. Semple Award for Summer Study in Greece (American School, Athens 1989)

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Research Summary

I am professor of Classical Studies at Dickinson College. My main DH interests are in the multimedia annotation of classical texts, lexicon digitization, and the statistical study of vocabulary. My teaching focuses on Latin literature, and my scholarly work includes translations, articles on Latin literature, and a monograph on Parthenius of Nicaea.

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education

  • University of Texas, Austin, 1987–1993. PhD in Classical Studies, 1993. Advisor: Karl Galinsky, Dissertation: Parthenius of Nicaea and Roman Poetry, MA in Greek, 1989. Semple Award for Summer Study in Greece (American School, Athens 1989)
  • Oberlin College, 1985–1987. BA in Greek, 1987; Florence Frew Prize in Greek, 1987
  • Boston University 1982–1984. School of Music; Composition major

employment

  • Dickinson College, Asbury J. Clarke Professor of Classical Studies 2014-pres.; Professor of Classical Studies, 2011-2014; Associate Prof. 2002–2011; Assistant Prof. 1996–2002
  • Swarthmore College, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classical Studies, 1993–96
  • College Board, AP Latin Exam Development Committee, 2006–2012

contact

Christopher Francese Asbury J. Clarke Professor of Classical Studies Dickinson College Carlisle, PA 17013 717-245-1202 francese@dickinson.edu @DCComm CV: http://blogs.dickinson.edu/francese/ Blog: http://blogs.dickinson.edu/dcc/

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