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Branden Kosch, Ph.D.

Dr. Branden Kosch received his B.A. in Greek and Latin from Oberlin College and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Classics from the University of Chicago. His research interests include Greek and Latin syntax, Greek oratory, paideia in Classical Athens, hermeneutics, and the poetic tradition. 


Ph.D., Classical Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago (2017)
Dissertation: "Reading Demosthenes"

M.A., Classical Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago (2013)

B.A., Latin and Greek concentration, Oberlin College (2010)

Academic Appointments

Affiliate Assistant Professor, Classics, University of Dallas, 2017 - present 

Recent Courses

Recent Courses 
First-Year Latin I (CLL1301)
Second-Year Latin II (CLL 2312) 
Advanced Grammar & Comp (CLG 3324)
Roman Historians: Tacitus (CLL 3328)

Roman Historians: Livy (CLL 3328)
Roman Letters: Cicero, Pliny (CLL 3V50)
Demosthenes (CLG 3V50)

Research Interests

Hermeneutics; Ancient and Modern Literary Theory; Greek and Latin Oratory


Selected Publications

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2010/10/04: Co-reviewer of Jürgen Leonhardt’s Geschichte einer Weltsprachewith Professor Benjamin Lee of Oberlin College.