Senior Lecturer and Chair of the Classical Mediterranean and Middle East
Hebrew, Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures, Poetry of Crisis


Professor Nanette Goldman, Senior Lecturer of Classics, specializes in Latin poetry as well as documentary and literary texts from the Greco-Roman Near East. Her current research focuses on Jewish poetry of crisis in the Second Temple period. Professor Goldman coordinates the Hebrew language program, teaches all levels of Greek, Latin and Hebrew, as well as research seminars in Classical literature and archaeology. Professor Goldman is a supervisor at the the Omrit archaeological excavation in Israel, and with departmental colleagues Severy-Hoven and Overman runs January studies abroad in Italy, Turkey and Egypt. She is also a professional violinist and violist.

BA: Carleton College 1978
Candidate for PhD: University of Minnesota 1998