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Curriculum Vitae 
José M. González
Box 90103, Durham, NC 27708-0103
(919) 684-5105 (office)
jose.gonzalez@duke.edu (email)

Education:

Ph.D. Harvard University, 2005
Ph.D. Princeton University, 1995
M.A. Harvard University, 2000
Post-Baccalaureate in Classical Studies University of Pennsylvania, 1997
M.A. Princeton University, 1991

Professional Experience / Employment History

    Duke University
        Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of Classics, Department of Classical Studies, 2010-present
        Assistant Professor of Classics, Department of Classical Studies, 2007 - present
    University of Oregon
        Assistant Professor of Classics, Department of Classics, 2005 - 2007
    Harvard University
        Teaching Fellow, Department of the Classics, 2000 - 2005
    Princeton University
        Teaching Assistant, Physics Department, Fall 1992
        Lab Preceptor, Physics Department, 1989 - 1992, Spring 1993
    California Institute of Technology
        Head Teaching Assistant, 1987 - 1989

Editorships

Member of the Advisory Board, Greek Roman and Byzantine Studies, 2008 - present
Managing Editor of Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 2001, Harvard University, 2001

Publications

   Books

 Diachrony: Diachronic Studies of Ancient Greek Literature and Culture.  edited by González, JM Walter de Gruyter, .
González, JM. The Epic Rhapsode and His Craft: Homeric Performance in a Diachronic Perspective.  Harvard University Press,  xii, 821 pages. [6127]

   Articles

González, JM. "The Aristotelian psychology of tragic mimesis." The Poetics in Its Aristotelian Context. Edited by Heath, M; Munteanu, D.  vol. 64 Cambridge University Press  172-245. [doi]
González, JM. "Homer and the Alphabet." The Cambridge Homer. Edited by Pache, C.   .
González, JM. "Rhapsodes and the Homêridai." The Cambridge Homer. Edited by Pache, C.   .
González, JM. "Hesiod and Homer." The Cambridge Homer. Edited by Pache, C.   .
González, JM. "Hesiod and the Disgraceful Shepherds: Pastoral Politics in a Panhellenic Dichterweihe?." Anthony Snodgrass Festschrift. Edited by Bintliff, J; Rutter, K.   .
González, JM. "Introduction: Diachrony in Synchrony." Diachrony: Diachronic Aspects of Ancient Greek Literature and Culture MythosEikonPoiesis Walter de Gruyter  1-14.
González, JM. "A Diachronic Metapoetics of Reception: Homeric κλέος and Biblical זרע (zera‘)." Diachrony: Diachronic Studies of Ancient Greek Literature and Culture MythosEikonPoiesis Walter de Gruyter  79-179.

   Papers Published

González, JM. "Theokritos' Idyll 16: The xαριτες and civic poetry." Harvard Studies in Classical Philology  vol. 105   65-116.
González, JM. "The Catalogue of Women and the End of the Heroic Age (Hesiod fr. 204.94–103 MW)." TAPA  vol. 140 no. 2,   375-422.
Gonzalez, JM. "The Meaning and Function of Phantasia in Aristotle's Rhetoric III.1." Tapa: Transactions of the American Philological Association  vol. 136 no. 1, Project Muse  99-131. [pqdlink], [doi]
González, JM. "Musai Hypophetores: Apollonius of Rhodes on Inspiration and Interpretation." HSCP  vol. 100   269-292. [sici]

   Book & Monograph Reviews

González, JM, Review of A. Beecroft, Authorship and Cultural Identity in Early Greece and China. Patterns of Literary Circulation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Classical Review 61 2  349-351.
González, JM, Review of A. Scholtz, Concordia Discors. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2008. NECJ 36 2  111-113.
González, JM, Review of C. Lehmler, Syrakus unter Agathokles und Hieron II. Die Verbindung von Kultur und Macht in einer hellenistischen Metropole. Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Antike, 2005. BMCR 2006.08.40 . (BMCR 2006.08.40) [html]
González, JM, Review of C.J. Mackie ed., Oral Performance and Its Context. Leiden: Brill, 2004. BMCR 2004.09.44 . (BMCR 2004.09.44) [html]

Awards, Honors, and Distinctions

Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of Classical Studies, Duke University, 2010/11

Junior Fellowship, Center for Hellenic Studies, 2010/11

New Faculty Award, University of Oregon, 0 2006

University of Oregon New Faculty Award, University of Oregon, 2006

Derek Bok Certificate of Distinction in Teaching, Harvard University, 0 2004

Deanne H. and Herbert S. Winokur Jr. Fellowship in the Humanities, Harvard University, 2003-2005

Derek Bok Certificate of Distinction in Teaching, Harvard University, 2002-2003, 2004-2005

Graduate Society Fellowship, Harvard University, 2000

Lawler Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies in Athens, 2000

Norton Fellowship, Harvard University, 2000

Harvey Fellowship, Mustard Seed Foundation, 1997-2001

Joseph Henry Merit Prize, Princeton University, 1990

Henry Ford II Scholarship Award, California Institute of Technology, 1989

Haren Lee Fisher Memorial Award in Junior Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1988

Carnation Scholarship Merit Award, California Institute of Technology, 1987-1989

Conferences Organized
Diachrony: Diachronic Aspects of Ancient Greek Literature and Culture, Conference organizer, 2009

Professional Lectures

  Invited Lectures:

Aristotle on Theôria, Bryn Mawr College, March 25, 2011
Theôria and the Hymnic Poetics of the Greek Festival, University of Pennsylvania, November 18, 2010
'Tell me, O Muse!': Of Recomposition in Performance and the Notional Fixity of the Homeric Tradition, University of Iowa, March, 2004
Tell me, O Muse!: Of Recomposition in Performance and the Notional Fixity of the Homeric Tradition, University of Iowa, 1 March 2004
  Conference Papers:
Cognition, Recognition, and the Psychology of Aristotelian Mimêsis, The Ohio State University, April 07, 2013
The Paian as a Competitive Genre, Anaheim, CA, January 9, 2010
From Homeric Transcripts to Homeric Scripts: Rhetorical autoskhediasmos and Rhapsodic Practice in VI–V BC, San Francisco, January, 2004
Civic Comedy in a Paratragic Key: Euripides and his Telephos in Aristophanes' Akharnians, University of Lille, France, June, 2003
Ho basilikos logos: Hesiod and Isokrates on Tyranny, Philadelphia, January, 2002
Theokritos' Idyll 16, Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington DC, June, 2001
The Status of the Moirai in Orphic Literature, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, May, 2000
  Other:
Theokritos' Idyll 16: The Charites and Civic Poetry, Washington DC, 1 June 2001

Professional Service

  University Committees/Service

Strategic Planning Committe
Arts & Sciences Council
Drama Lecture Series, Organizer
Duke Trinity College Language Committee, 2012/13
The TCLC is the chief interdepartmental advisory body for all matters relating to language teaching at Duke.
UO Classics Department Websmaster, 2005-2007
Archaeological Institute of America (AIA), President of the Eugene OR Society, 2006-2007
Graduate Teaching Fellows (GTF) Oversight Committee, 2005-2007
Graduate Student Representative for Faculty Searches, 2003 - 2004

  Departmental Committees/Service

Lectures Coordinator, 2013/14
Diagnostic Examinations, 2013/14
Drama Series Committee, 2013/14
Preliminary Examinations Committee, 2013/14
Preliminary Examinations Committee, 2009/10, 2011 - 2013
Greek Reading List Examinations, 2007 - 2010, 2012/13

  Service to the Profession

GRBS, Member of the Advisory Board, 2009 - present

  Community Service

Greek Roman and Byzantine Studies, Member of the Advisory Board
Diachrony: Diachronic Aspects of Ancient Greek Literature and Culture, Conference convener and organizer

Doctoral Theses Directed

Alexander Loney, Narrative Revenge and the Poetics of Justice in the Odyssey: A Study on τίσις, (2007 - 2010)
Joseph G. Miller, Democritus and the Critical Tradition, (2009 - 2013)

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