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classical studies educator

Judith Evans Grubbs, American classical studies educator. Recipient ITT international fellowship, Greece, 1978-1979, graduate fellowship Stanford University, 1979-1983, Mednick grant Virginia Foundation Indiana Colleges, 1988, Jessie Ball Dupont fellowship National Humanities Centers, North Carolina, 1993-1994, fellowship for college teachers National Endowment of the Humanities, 1997-1998.

Background

Grubbs, Judith Evans was born on November 30, 1956 in Atlanta. Daughter of Trevor and Ellen Enid (Lovell) Evans.

Education

Bachelor with highest honors, Emory University, 1978;postgraduate, American School Classical Studies, Athens, Greece, 1978-1979;Doctor of Philosophy in Classics, Stanford University, 1987.

Career

Lecturer, Intercollegiate Center Classical Studies, Rome, 1984-1985;teaching fellow classics, Stanford (California) U., 1983-1984, 85-87;assistant professor, Sweet Briar (Virginia) College, 1987-1993;director honors program, Sweet Briar (Virginia) College, 1995-1996;associate professor classical studies, Sweet Briar (Virginia) College, since 1993.

Works

Membership

Member American Philological Association (education committee since 1997), Association Ancient Historians, Classical Association Middle West and South, Classical Association Virginia, Women's Classical Caucus, North America Patristics Society.

Connections

Married Charles Thompson Grubbs, August 18, 1979. 1 child, Charlotte.

father:
Trevor Evans

mother:
Ellen Enid (Lovell) Evans

spouse:
Charles Thompson Grubbs

child:
Charlotte Grubbs