Associate Professor


Fields of study: Greek and Roman military history, civilians and war, pedagogy of teaching world history
Updated blurb: Dr. Williams is a military historian of the Greco-Roman world. She has a special interest in civilian contributions to war in the ancient world, and is currently completing a collaborative 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, Democracy and Law in Classical Athens, the Roman Empire, and Greek and Latin for historians. 

Education / Degrees

  • B.A., Classics and French, University of Virginia, 2002
  • Certificate, Summer Session I of the American School at Athens, 2003
  • Ph.D., Classics and Program in the Ancient World, Princeton University, 2008