Curriculum Vitae 
Dennis K. Stanley
Box 90103, Durham, NC 27708-0103 (email)


Summer School The American Academy in Rome, 1959
A.B. with High Honors University of Florida, 1957

Professional Experience / Employment History


   Papers Published

Stanley, DK. "De-intensifying Moreland-Fleischer." The New England Classical Newsletter   .
Stanley, DK. "Lexicography of Arts and Crafts." American Speech  vol. 59.4   358-361.
Stanley, DK. "The Role of Aphrodite in Sappho, Fr. 1." Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies  vol. 17   305-321.
Stanley, DK. "A New Caryatid Chalice." Archaeological News  vol. 3   21-27.
Stanley, DK. "An Instructive Fake at Duke." Archaeological News  vol. 2   21-27.
Stanley, DK. "An Archaic Cypriote Amphora at Duke University." Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies  vol. 9   355-358.
Stanley, DK. "Irony and Foreshadowing in Aeneid I, 462." American Journal of Philology  vol. 86   267-277.
Stanley, DK. "The Duke Collections and the Program in Classical Studies." Library Notes  no. 38,   10-14.
Stanley, DK. "Rome, Eros, and the Versus Romae." Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies  vol. 4   241-249.
Stanley, DK. "Notes on an Athenian Prytany Decree." Notes on an Athenian Prytany Decree  vol. 82   425-427.

Awards, Honors, and Distinctions

Nominated for the Goodwin Award of Merit for The Shield of Homer, American Philological Association, 1994

Summer Grant, Cooperative Program in the Humanities, 1966

Samuel Fels Fellowship, The Johns Hopkins University, 1960-61

Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, The Johns Hopkins University, 1957-58

Conferences Organized
Organizer, Conference in Greek Vase-Painting in connection with exhibit of Duke Classical Collection, January 28, 1995

Professional Lectures

  Invited Lectures:

Lecture on Duke Classical Collection, to DUMA docents (Fall), pottery classes from Durham Claymakers (Summer) and Duke Crafts Center, and to the Focus Program (Fall), 2003
The Odyssey in the Iliad, Homeric conference at Washington University, St. Louis, October 1990
Narrative Structure in the Iliad, Duke Departmental Colloquim, 1981
Lecture on Duke Classical Collection for Symposium on Classical Art in Southern Collections, Classical Association of the Middle West and South, 1977
Euripides' Alcestis: Tragedy on Holiday?, Duke Departmental Colloquim, 1976
The Architectural Development of the Greek Theatre, Emory and Henry College Humanities Series, 1975
The Romans as Art Collectors, Erasmus Club, 1969
A History of Classics at Duke, Symposium on Classical Studies in North Carolina Colleges and Universities, North Carolina Classical Association, 1968
A New Triptolemos-Krater by Polygnotos, North Carolina Classical Association, 1964
Aeneid I, 462, Yet Again, North Carolina Classical Association, 1963

Professional Service

  University Committees/Service

Library Advisory Board, Member, 2002-present
Arts and Sciences Council, Member, 2002-2003
Provost's Museum Advisory Commitee, Member, 2001-present
Duke Classical Collection, Curator, 1964-present
The two new pieces we purchased last spring (thanks to the department’s generosity) have been fine additions to the whole, and will repay further study.
Arts and Sciences Research Council, Member, 1994-2002
Undergraduate Judicial Board, Member, 1999-2001
Provost's Gothic Bookshop Committee, Member, 1992-2000
Bryan Center Stores Renovation and Expansion Project, Architect's consultant, Fall 1999
Elections Committee, Phi Beta Kappa, 1969-84
Social Chairman, Duke Chapter Phi Beta Kappa, 1968-70
Roman Studies, Assistant Editor, 1965-70

  Departmental Committees/Service

Departmental Curriculum Committee, Member, 2002-present
Duke Classical Studies, Departmental Director of Undergraduate Studies, 1968-70, 1979-85, 2002-present

  Other Service

Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Monographs, Regular referee, 2001-present
Three-day retreat for third-year leaders in the Gemeinschaft program of the Moravian Church in America, Southern Province, Conductor, June 2001
Homeric studies for Johns Hopkins Press, Reader/advisor, 1999
I was asked by the Johns Hopkins University Press to provide a final review of a new translation of the Odyssey by the American poet Edward McCrorie (my remarks on an earlier version were described as "critical in the re- working of the manuscript"). The book will appear in Spring 2004 with (by permission) a blurb from me.
Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, Senior Editor, 1985-1999; I continue to referee papers
Tenure/promotion committee for Northwestern University, Member, 1998
Tenure/promotion committee for Washington University, Advisor, 1998
Homeric studies for Oxford University Press , Princeton University Press, Reader/advisor, 1998
Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Monographs, Senior Editor, 1994
Installation of objects from Duke Classical Collection in St. John’s Museum, Walking tour guide, June 6, 1993
Roman Studies, Editor, 1980-84
American Institute of Archaeology, Vice-President of local chapter, 1970
North Carolina Classical Association, Vice President, 1965-66

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