amlewis


Anne-Marie Lewis

Photo of Anne-Marie Lewis

Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics

Associate Professor

Office: Ross Building, S520
Phone: (416) 736-2100 Ext: 66291
Email: amlewis@yorku.ca


Anne-Marie Lewis completed her M.A. at Rutgers University and her Ph.D. at McMaster University under the direction of noted Vergilian scholar Alexander G. McKay. She teaches Ancient Greek and Latin in the Department of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics at York University in Toronto. She has served as Editor of Amphora, the outreach publication of the American Philological Association and as the President of the American Association for Neo-Latin Studies. She has published on topics dealing with astronomy and astrology in Roman culture and literature during the lifetime of Augustus, and she also has a particular interest in Neo-Latin poetry and prose written in England during the sixteenth century.

More...

Degrees

PhD, McMaster University
MA, Rutgers University
BA, Case Western Reserve University

Research Interests

Classics , Science and Technology, Literature and Language, Greek and Roman Literature; Classical Tradition

Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Summer 2019 AP/LA1020 3.0 A Spoken Latin LGCL


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/GK2000 6.0 A Intermediate Classical & Biblical Greek SEMR
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/LA1000 6.0 A Elementary Latin LGCL
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/GK1000 6.0 A Elementary Classical Greek LGCL


Anne-Marie Lewis completed her M.A. at Rutgers University and her Ph.D. at McMaster University under the direction of noted Vergilian scholar Alexander G. McKay. She teaches Ancient Greek and Latin in the Department of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics at York University in Toronto. She has served as Editor of Amphora, the outreach publication of the American Philological Association and as the President of the American Association for Neo-Latin Studies. She has published on topics dealing with astronomy and astrology in Roman culture and literature during the lifetime of Augustus, and she also has a particular interest in Neo-Latin poetry and prose written in England during the sixteenth century.

Degrees

PhD, McMaster University
MA, Rutgers University
BA, Case Western Reserve University

Research Interests

Classics , Science and Technology, Literature and Language, Greek and Roman Literature; Classical Tradition


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Summer 2019 AP/LA1020 3.0 A Spoken Latin LGCL


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/GK2000 6.0 A Intermediate Classical & Biblical Greek SEMR
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/LA1000 6.0 A Elementary Latin LGCL
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/GK1000 6.0 A Elementary Classical Greek LGCL