Connie Rodriguez

Associate Professor of Languages and Cultures, Advisor for Eta Sigma Phi

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Office Location
451 Bobet Hall
Mailing Address
Loyola University New Orleans
Department of Languages and Cultures
6363 St. Charles Ave.
Campus Box 118
New Orleans, LA 70118
Direct Phone
(504) 865-2287
E-mail Address
rodrigue@loyno.edu

Degrees

Ph.D, The Johns Hopkins University; M.A., The Johns Hopkins University; B.A., University of Richmond

Short Bio

I received my B.A. in Classical Studies from the University of Richmond, VA and my M.A. and Ph.D. from The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. I teach Greek and Latin and Greek and Roman Archaeology as well as courses on women in antiquity and Ancient Mystery cults. As a graduate student, I excavated on Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean. Since coming to Loyola, I have taught in Rome and has traveled extensively throughout Italy and Greece. I am also involved with the New Orleans Society of the Archeological Institute of America which sponsors several lectures on campus during the academic year. I am a former president of the Louisiana Landmarks Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to historic preservation of the architectural treasures of New Orleans and of Louisiana. I worked as a visiting curator for a special exhibit, "A Day in Pompeii", that opened in Mobile, Alabama (January 12-June 3, 2006) and traveled to the Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul.

Courses Taught

  • Beginning Latin I
  • Beginning Greek I
  • Intermediate Latin
  • Greek and Roman Archaeology
  • Women in Antiquity
  • Ancient Mystery Cults