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Curriculum Vitae
Matthew R. Christ
Department of Classical Studies
Ballantine Hall 616
Indiana University
1020 E Kirkwood Ave
Bloomington, IN 47405
(812) 855-6651
Education
Ph.D. 1987 Princeton University
1985/86 American School of Classical Studies at Athens
M.A. 1984 Princeton University
B.A. 1982 Carleton College, summa cum laude
Positions Held
Indiana University: Professor (2007-); Associate Professor
(1998-2007); Assistant Professor (1990-98); Adjunct Professor,
Department of History (2007-)
Oberlin College: Visiting Assistant Professor (1987-90)
Special Interests
Athenian Democracy
Greek Historiography
Greek Rhetoric and Oratory
Publications and Research
Books
Xenophon and the Athenian Democracy: The Education of an Elite
Citizenry, Cambridge University Press, 2020. 215 pp.
The Limits of Altruism in Democratic Athens, Cambridge University
Press, 2012. 215 pp.
The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens, Cambridge University Press, 2006
(hb) and 2008 (pb; and hb [reprint]) 250 pp.; 2019 (modern Greek
translation, Crete University Press) 377 pp.
The Litigious Athenian, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. 317
pp.
Articles
“The Conscription of Cavalrymen in Classical Athens” forthcoming in
Phoenix.
“Demosthenes on philanthrōpia as a Democratic Virtue,” Classical
Philology 108.3 (2013) 202-22.
“Helping Behavior in Classical Athens,” Phoenix 64 (2010) 254-90.
“Helping and Community in the Athenian Lawcourts,” in Valuing Others
in Classical Antiquity, edited by R. Rosen and I. Sluiter (Leiden
2010) 205-32.
“Imagining bad citizenship in Classical Athens: Aristophanes'
Ecclesiazusae 730-876,” in KAKOS: Badness and Anti-Value in Classical
Antiquity, edited by I. Sluiter and R. Rosen (Leiden 2009) 169-83.
“The Evolution of the Eisphora in Classical Athens,” Classical
Quarterly 57 (2007) 53-69.
“Response to Edward M. Harris,” Symposion 2001: Vorträge zur
griechischen und hellenistischen Rechtsgeschichte, edited by M.
Gagarin and R. Wallace, 143-46 (Vienna, 2005).
“Draft Evasion onstage and offstage in Classical Athens,” Classical
Quarterly 54 (2004) 33-57.
“Conscription of Hoplites in Classical Athens,” Classical Quarterly 51
(2001) 398-422.
“Legal Self-Help on Private Property in Classical Athens,” American
Journal of Philology 119 (1998) 521-45.
“Herodotean Kings and Historical Inquiry,” Classical Antiquity 13
(1994) 167-202. Reprinted in in R. V. Munson, ed., Oxford Readings in
Classical Studies: Herodotus: Volume 1 - Herodotus and the Narrative
of the Past (Oxford 2013), 212-50.
“Theopompus and Herodotus: A Reassessment,” Classical Quarterly 43
(1993)
47-52.
“Ostracism, Sycophancy, and Deception of the Demos: [Arist.] Ath. Pol.
43.5,” Classical Quarterly 42 (1992) 336-46.
“Liturgy Avoidance and Antidosis in Classical Athens,” Transactions of
the American Philological Association 120 (1990) 147-69.
“The Authenticity of Thucydides 3.84,” Transactions of the American
Philological Association 119 (1989) 137-48.
Dissertation
Danger and Its Rewards: A Study in Athenian Self-Presentation
(Princeton 1987; Prof. W. R. Connor, supervisor).
Book Reviews
V. Anastasiadis, Interest and Self-Interest in Ancient Athens (Sehepunkt
- Review Journal for History, January 2014, 3 pp.).
J. Crowley, The Psychology of the Athenian Hoplite: The Culture of
Combat in Classical Athens (Classical Review 63.2 [2013] 502-4).
D. Pritchard, ed., War, Democracy and Culture in Classical Athens (CR
62.1 [2012] 207-10).
S. Lape, Race and Citizen Identity in the Classical Athenian Democracy
(Classical Journal 107.2 [2011/2012] 245-7).
V. Bers, Genos Dikanikon: Amateur and Professional Speech in the
Courtrooms of Classical Athens (CR 61.1 [2011] 50-52).
P. Cartledge, Ancient Greek Political Thought in Practice (Journal of
Hellenic Studies 130 [2010] 215-6).
P. Hunt, War, Peace, and Alliance in Demosthenes' Athens (Bryn Mawr
Classical Review 2010.10.57, 4 pp.).
A. Moreno, Feeding the democracy: The Athenian grain supply in the
fifth and fourth centuries BC (Gnomon 82.2 [2010] 127-30).
S. C. Todd, A Commentary on Lysias: Speeches 1-11 (BMCR 2008.11.05, 4
pp.).
P. Liddel, Civic Obligation and Individual Liberty in Ancient Athens (BMCR
2008.03.44, 5 pp.).
K. Raaflaub et al., Origins of Democracy in Ancient Greece (CR 58.2
[2008] 513-14).
R. Sternberg, Tragedy Offstage: Suffering and Sympathy in Ancient
Athens (JHS 128 [2008] 225-6).
G. Herman, Morality and Behaviour in Democratic Athens (BMCR
2007.07.37, 9 pp.).
S. Forsdyke, Exile, Ostracism, and Democracy: The Politics of
Expulsion in Ancient Greece (CJ 102 [2007] 305-7).
V. Bers, Demosthenes, Speeches 50-59 (CR 55 [2005] 356).
R. Balot, Greed and Injustice in Classical Athens (American Journal of
Philology 124 [2003] 146-9).
J. Hesk, Deception and Democracy in Classical Athens (Classical
Philology 98 [2003] 92-7).
L. Rubinstein, Litigation and Cooperation: Supporting Speakers in the
Courts of Classical Athens (BMCR 13 [2002] 8 pp.).
A. Scafuro, The Forensic Stage: Settling Disputes in Graeco-Roman New
Comedy (BMCR 9 [1998] 4 pp.).
A. Boegehold, et al., The Lawcourts at Athens. Athenian Agora XXVIII (BMCR
8.5 [1997] 416-19).
D. Cohen, Law, Violence and Community in Classical Athens (BMCR 7.5
[1996] 379-84).
S. C. Todd, The Shape of Athenian Law (BMCR 5.3 [1994] 256-60).
M. Palmer, Love of Glory and the Common Good: Aspects of the Political
Thought of Thucydides (Classical World 86 [1993] 518-19).
J. de Romilly, Great Sophists in Periclean Athens (BMCR 3.5 [1992]
396-7).
D. Russell, An Anthology of Greek Prose (BMCR 3.1 [1992] 45-6).
S. Miller, Arete: Greek Sports from Ancient Sources (BMCR 2.7 [1991]
428-9).
W. Pritchett, The Greek State at War. Part V (BMCR 2.6 [1991] 384-6).
E. Heatley and M. Widdess, Athens: City and Empire (CW 85 [1991]
132-3).
P. Stadter, A Commentary on Plutarch's Pericles (CW 84 [1991] 488).
C. Segal, Orpheus: The Myth of the Poet (CW 84 [1991] 242).
P. Borgeaud, The Cult of Pan in Ancient Greece (CW 83 [1990] 546-7).
D. Kagan, The Fall of the Athenian Empire (CW 83 [1989] 133).
Lectures and Papers
Coimbra University, Coimbra, Portugal, June 2019, “Xenophon on the
Thirty: Deception and Disinformation in Politics and Historiography,”
Celtic Conference in Classics.
University of Toronto, October 2018, “The Conscription of Cavalrymen
in Classical Athens.”
Ohio State University, October 2017, “The Politics of Xenophon’s
Symposium.”
University of Michigan, October 2016, “Xenophon and the Athenian
Democracy: The Arginusae Episode.”
Wilfrid Laurier University, October 2015, “Xenophon’s Oeconomicus and
the reinvention of the Athenian ‘gentleman’.”
Indiana University, November 2014, “Xenophon’s Memorabilia as a
political guide for the Athenian elite,” The Indiana University
Interdisciplinary Workshop on Greek History and Political Theory.
Rutgers University, November 2013, “Xenophon’s Anabasis as a Text for
the Athenian Elite.”
University of Toronto, November 2012, “Aristocrats Behaving Badly:
Andocides, On the Mysteries.”
Northwestern University, April 2011, “Demosthenes on philanthrōpia as
a Democratic Virtue.”
Columbia University, October 2010, “Helping and Altruism in Classical
Athens.”
Ohio State University, May 2010, “Helping and Democratic Citizenship
in Athens.”
University of Michigan, April 2009, “'Helping Others' in Athenian
interstate relations.”
Leiden University, the Netherlands, June 2008, “Helping and Community
in the Athenian lawcourts,” at Penn-Leiden Colloquium V on Ancient
Values.
University of Toronto, April 2007: “Altruism in Athenian Civic
Values.”
University of Pennsylvania, June 2006: “Imagining bad citizenship in
Classical Athens: Aristophanes, Ecclesiazusae 730-876,” at Penn-Leiden
Colloquium IV on Ancient Values.
University of Minnesota, December 2004: “Self-Interest and Athenian
Citizenship.”
Ohio State University, November 2003: “Draft Evasion in Classical
Athens.”
Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, D. C., July, 2002: “Attitudes
toward litigation in Classical Athens.” Invited web-lecture, with
links to the Perseus Project database.
http://chs.harvard.edu/online_disc/athenian_law/lect_christ.htm
DePauw University, March 2002: “Law and Litigiousness in Classical
Athens.”
American Philological Association (APA) 2002: “Conscription of
Hoplites in Classical Athens.”
University of Chicago, November 2001: “Draft-dodging onstage and
offstage in Classical Athens.”
Northwestern University, September 2001: “Feuding and Enforcement in
Athenian Litigation,” at the International Symposium on Greek Law (=
Symposion 2001).
University of Chicago, May 2001: “Public Enemies: Sykophancy and
Ostracism,” at symposium, Ritual and Politics: Ostracism in Democratic
Athens.
Northwestern University, February 1999: “The Reluctant Soldier:
Draft-dodgers and Cowards in Classical Athens.”
APA 1998: “The Other Athenians: Greek Popular Immorality.”
Oberlin College 1998, Keynote Speaker, “Cowards, Traitors, and Cheats
in Classical Athens.”
APA 1997: “Litigation and Athenian Culture.” Panel co-organizer and
participant.
APA 1995: “(Re)shaping Athenian law: Metis and Metaphor in the Attic
Orators.”
Bryn Mawr College 1994: “The Litigious Athenian.”
APA 1994: “Legal Self-Help or Hubris? The Etiquette of Home Invasion
in the Attic Orators.”
APA 1993: “Three Aristocratic Tales in Xenophon: Sycophancy and the
Wealthy.” Earlier draft presented at Classical Association of the
Atlantic States 1993.
APA 1992: “Herodotean Kings and Historical Inquiry.”
APA 1990: “The Idea of Sycophancy in Classical Athens.”
University of Illinois 1990: “The Idea of Sycophancy in Classical
Athens.”
APA 1989: “Liturgy Avoidance and Antidosis in Classical Athens.”
University of Pittsburgh 1989: “Antidosis: Trading Places in Classical
Athens.”
APA 1988: “The Authenticity of Thucydides 3.84.”
American Historical Association 1988: “Rhetoric in Fifth-Century
Athens.”
Fellowships and Awards
Indiana University Arts and Humanities Initiative Grant (2002/3)
Indiana University Research Grant-in-Aid (1998, 2002)
American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship (1994/95)
Indiana University Research Leave Supplement (1994/95)
Indiana University Summer Faculty Fellowships (1991, 1999)
Whiting Fellowship in the Humanities, Princeton (1986/87)
University Fellowship, Princeton (1982-85)
Seymour Fellowship, American School, Athens (1985/86)
Hill Scholarship, American School, Athens (Summer 1984)
Seeger Fellowship, Princeton (Summer 1983)
Honors in Double Major in Classics and Comp. Lit.; Phi Beta Kappa,
Carleton (1982)
Teaching Experience
General: Greek/Roman History and Culture, Classical Myth, Greek Epic
and Drama
Greek: all levels, graduate and undergraduate, prose and poetry
Latin: all levels, undergraduate, prose and poetry
Service (selective list)
Indiana University:
Department of Classical Studies:
Chair (2005- )
Director of Graduate Studies (Spring 2004)
Director of Undergraduate Studies (1990-92; Spring 1998; Summer/Fall
2002)
College of Arts and Sciences:
Dean’s Panel of Chairs (2017-18)
Schrader Endowment Committee, Chair (2016-)
External Review Committee for Department of Religious Studies (2016)
Strategic Planning Committee on Staffing & Professional Development
(2016-17)
Executive Committee, Phi Beta Kappa chapter, Gamma of Indiana
(2010-13);
Vice President (2011-12); President (2012-13)
Palmer-Brandon Scholarship Committee (2008-12)
Program in Ancient Studies, Director (2002-5)
University:
Online Course Evaluations Taskforce (2009-13)
Wells Scholars application reader (2009)
Outstanding Junior Faculty Award Committee (2001, 2002 [Chair])
Editorial Boards:
University of Michigan Press: Law and Society in the Ancient
Mediterranean Series
(2007- )
Bryn Mawr Classical Review (2009-16)
Classical Journal (2005-10)
American Philological Association:
Committee on Ancient History (1997-2000)
Steering Committee, Colloquia on Greek Law (1994-98)
Lionel Pearson Fellowship Committee (Chair 1996-97, Member 1994-96)
Oberlin College: Martin Lecture Committee (1987-90), Faculty Associate
for Oberlin Commons (1989-90)
Princeton University: Dept. of Classics, Stinnecke Examiner (1988-93)

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