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Robert Bauslaugh

Professor, Department of Ancient History and Classics, Brevard College

Fellow, Society of Fellows, SOF/Heyman, Columbia University

Professor Bauslaugh studied Classics as an undergraduate and went on to earn his M.A. and Ph.D. in Ancient History and Mediterranean Archaeology. He held a post-doctoral appointment in Columbia University’s Society of Fellows in the Humanities before joining the faculty of Emory University where he rose to the position of Professor of Classics. At Brevard College, Dr. Bauslaugh has served as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty from 1998-2002 and now teaches full-time as Professor of Ancient History and Classics. An expert in Classical Archaeology, History, and Numismatics, Bauslaugh has joined with Profs. Anne Chapin (Art History) and Jim Reynolds (Geology) in leading student study programs to Italy, Greece, Bolivia, and Peru. His latest research deals with the 16th century conflict between the Knights of Saint John of Rhodes and the Ottoman Empire.