Associate Professor and Chair of the Classical Mediterranean and Middle East
Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures, Greek Drama
Brian Lush, Associate Professor, completed doctoral research on the subject of recognition and epistemology in Euripides. He has published work on battle trauma and PTSD in Euripides’ depiction of Medea and on irony and dramatic technique in Euripides’ Alcestis. Professor Lush teaches Greek Myths, Greek World, and Greek and Latin languages at all levels. In his spare time, Professor Lush enjoys watching Masterpiece Theatre, sampling frosty brews, and reading mystery novels when no one is watching.
BA: University of Kentucky
Master’s: University of Wisconsin–Madison
PhD: University of Wisconsin–Madison