Director of Undergraduate Studies; Teaching professor
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
B.A., Yale University
249C O'Shaughnessy Hall
Research Interest: Roman law, religion, and self rule
Frequently Teaches: Roman Law and Governance; Roman Criminal Law; Ancient Democracy; Greek and Latin Language
Professor Mazurek researches the literature and cultural history of Republican Rome, with a particular interest in Roman law, religion and self-rule. His published studies examine how ancient satirists treated the law, and how Roman priesthoods were consulted for the purpose of expiating prodigies.