Elizabeth Forbis Mazurek
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
B.A., Dickinson College
247A O'Shaughnessy Hall
Research Interest: Latin literature, Roman epigraphy, women and gender in Classical antiquity
Frequently Teaches: Vergil, Ovid, Sex and Gender in Classical Antiquity, Roman History
Mazurek’s interests include Latin literature, Roman epigraphy, Roman history, and women and gender in classical antiquity. Her book, Municipal Virtues in the Roman Empire (Teubner 1996), examines the epigraphical language of praise in Roman municipalities during the empire. Her articles include studies of women in Roman public life and the poetry of Ovid. Her current research focuses on Roman Elegy. Mazurek has received the Kaneb Teaching Award.