Denomination: Roman Catholic
Thomas Jerome Sienkewicz, American classics educator. Member American Philological Association, American Institute Archeology, Illinois Classical Conference (president), Illinois Council Teaching Foreign Languages, Classical Association Middle West and South (state and regional vice president), Phi Beta Kappa.
- Assistant professor classics Howard University, Washington, 1975-1981, associate professor classics, 1981-1984. Visiting associate professor classics Monmouth (Illinois) College, 1984-1985, Minnie Billings Capron professor classics, since 1985. Visiting director Associate Colleges Midwest Programs in Florence, Italy, 1992-1993.
- Theories of Myth: An Annotated Bibliography
- Theories of Myth, a companion to the author's World Mythology: An Annotated Guide to Collections and Anthologies (Scarecrow Press and Salem Press, 1996), has been written to serve the needs of college undergraduates, high school students, and general readers approaching the study of myth for the first time.
- The Myth of Mental Illness: Foundations of a Theory of Personal Conduct
- 50th Anniversary Edition With a New Preface and Two Bonus Essays The most influential critique of psychiatry ever written, Thomas Szasz's classic book revolutionized thinking about the nature of the psychiatric profession and the moral implications of its practices.
- Oral Cultures Past and Present: Rappin' and Homer (Language Library)
- Rap and Homer? It may seem incongruous to link the verbal gymnastics of black America and the epic poetry of ancient Greece.
- Classical Epic: An Annotated Bibliography (Magill Bibliographies)
- Book by Sienkewicz, Thomas J.