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Authors

The commentary authors are experienced scholars who have extensively studied and taught the authors they annotate. They write notes and vocabulary lists, create multimedia resources, and supervise student contributors. To propose a new commentary, please see the contribute page.

Eric Casey, Trinity School, New York City, revised the print edition of Lucian's True Histories by Stephen Nimis (Miami University) and Evan Hayes (2014). 

Bret Mulligan, Associate Professor of Classics, Haverford College, wrote notes and essays for Cornelius Nepos, Life of Hannibal (2013).

William Turpin, Professor of Classics at Swarthmore College, wrote notes and essays for Ovid, Amores Book I (2012).

Christopher Francese, Asbury J. CLarke Professor of Classical Studies, Dickinson College, edited notes for Caesar, Selections from the Gallic War (2010-2011) and wrote notes and introductory matter for Sulpicius Severus, Life of Saint Martin (2011).

Julia Haig Gaisser, Professor Emerita of Classics, Bryn Mawr College. Contributed notes for Caesar, Selections from the Gallic War (2011).