Daniel P. Tompkins, Associate Professor, earned his B.A. at Dartmouth College and his Ph. D. at Yale University. He has written reviews and essays on Homer, Thucydides, Wallace Stevens, and the ancient city, and is currently working on Thucydidean historiography and language. He teaches courses on the history of slavery, the ancient city, Greek language, and the western intellectual tradition. Dr. Tompkins also has won the Excellence in Teaching Award from the American Philological Association, and, in 2009, the Great Teacher Award from Temple University. His website is available now. 204-4900, pericles@temple.edu