Dr. Nadejda V. Popov Williams

 

(Ph.D., Princeton University, 2008; Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator) Greek and Roman Military History, Roman Republican
Historiography, Greek Law, Greek and Latin Epigraphy

 

Dr. Williams is a military historian of the Greco-Roman world. She is currently completing a book manuscript on speeches of common soldiers in the Ancient World, and is collaborating on a project on the participation of civilians in warfare in global history. Her course offerings include the introductory survey of World History to 1500, as well as upper-level courses on Greek and Roman Warfare, Civic Conflict and Civil War in the Ancient World, Democracy and Law in Classical Athens, and Religion and Society in Ancient Greece and Rome.

 

 

Office number: TLC 3221

Phone: 678-839-5370

Email: npopov@westga.edu

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

 

Fall 2014 COURSES AND MATERIALS

History 1111: World History to 1500

History 2302: Methodology (hybrid)

History: 6684: Historiography

 

 

PAST COURSES AND MATERIALS

HIST 4209W: Greek and Roman Warfare (Spring 2014)

History 1111H: World History to 1500 (Honors) (Spring 2014)

History 4485W: Greek Law (Fall 2013)

History 5485: Greek Law (Fall 2013)

History 2302: The Historian's Craft: Methodology (Spring 2013)

History 4485: Greek for Historians (Spring 2013)

History 5485: Greek for Historians (Spring 2013)

History 6686: Warfare and Civilians in World History (Spring 2013)

XIDS 2100: Introduction to Classical Studies (Fall 2012)

History 4485: Civic Conflict and Civil War in the Ancient World (Fall 2012)

HIST 5485: Greek and Roman Warfare (Spring 2011)

HIST 4485: Latin and Epigraphy for Historians (Fall 2011)

HIST 5485: Latin and Epigraphy for Historians (Fall 2011)

HIST 4432W: The Roman Republic (Fall 2011)