Andrew Connor is an Ancient Historian. He defended his dissertation, "Temples as Economic Agents in Early Roman Egypt: The Case of Tebtunis and Soknopaiou Nesos" on November 13, 2014. He received a BA in History from the Honors Tutorial College of Ohio University and an MA in Ancient History from the University of Cincinnati. From 2011-2012, he was the Burt Hodge Hill Fellow at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. His dissertation explored the economic underpinnings of religion in Roman Egypt, especially in Tebtunis and Soknopaiou Nesos, two villages in the Fayum region. His interests include documentary papyrology, Egypt (ancient and modern), the practice and rhetoric of religion in the Greek and Roman world, and the ancient economy.
In addition to his work on Egypt, Andrew has also presented on the use of space in Roman villas and has studied Hellenistic and early Roman coins from the South Stoa wells at Corinth, the results of which he presented at the AIA/APA Joint Annual Meeting.
Articles & Book Chapters
- Andrew Connor (2010). "A Lease of Urban Property from Hermopolis." Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists, 47, Pp. 111-116.
- Andrew Connor (2012). "A Cancellation of a Contract of Debt from Hermopolis." Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists, 49, 139-146.
Presentations & Lectures
- Andrew Connor. "No One Can Claim the Priestly Land": P.Tebt. 2.302 and Egyptian Temples under Rome in Context. AIA/APA Joint Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. 01/05/2014.
- Andrew Connor. Royal Temple Land?: Temple Land Management Strategies in the Ptolemaic Fayum. 27th International Congress of Papyrology, Warsaw, Poland. 08-2013.
- Andrew Connor. ‘Not War, but Man-Eating’: P.Oxy. 42.3065 and the Language of Chaos. Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Iowa City, Iowa. 04-2013.
- Andrew Connor. “Small Change: Corinth and the End of Autonomous Bronze Coinage in the Corinthia in the 2nd century BCE". Archaeological Institute of America 2013 Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington. 01-2013.
- Andrew Connor. Loaves' Labors Lost: Loving the Dead in Herodotus. CAMWS Annual Meeting, Grand Rapids, MI. 04/03/2011.
- Andrew Connor. οὐ κατὰ νόμον: In bed with Herodotus' tyrants. Sumer to Caesar Graduate Student Symposium, Hebrew Union College. 03/30/2011.
- Andrew Connor. "Beset on All Sides by Peasants": Making the Worker Invisible on the Roman Villa. Archaeological Institute of America 2010 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA. 01/07/2010.
- Andrew Connor. Superstition and Tyranny: Herodotus, the Persians, and the ‘Impious Persian’. Sumer to Caesar Graduate Student Symposium, Cincinnati, OH. 03/31/2009.
- Andrew Connor. The Impiety of the Persians?: Herodotus and the Creation of an "Impious East". International and Intercultural Relations in the Near and Middle East from Antiquity to the Present, University of Toronto. 03/05/2009.
- University of Cincinnati Graduate Student Conference, "Classics Goes Green: Interactions with the Environment in the Ancient World" (), Cincinnati, OH.
Honors & Awards
- Burt Hodge Hill Fellowship, 2011 to 2012.
- Cedric Boulter Memorial Fellowship,, 2013.
- Graduate Student Travel Grant,, 2013.
- Graduate Student Travel Grant,, 2010.
- Herbert Baer Prize for Interdisciplinary Scholarship,Ohio University, 2006.
Experience & Service
- 15-LATN-103 ELEMENTARY LATIN .
- 15-LATN-102 ELEMENTARY LATIN.
- 15-LATN-101 ELEMENTARY LATIN.
- 15-CLAS-238 GRK LAT ELE MEDTECH.
- 15-CLAS-102 INTRO ANC HISTORY.
- 15-CLAS-101 INTRO ANC HISTORY.
- CLAS 2001, Ancient Athletics.
- CLAS 1011, Greek History.
- 15-LATN-301 LATIN PROSE.
- -CLAS-1011 GREEK HISTORY .