Director of Undergraduate Studies
Curator of the Wulfing Coin Collection
PhD, University of Chicago
Umrath Hall, Room 237
Washington University in St. Louis
Campus Box 1050
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
Professor Bubelis' research interests include Greek history and epigraphy (especially Athens and the Peloponnese, and Northern Greece); Economic history and numismatics (particularly taxation and fiscal behavior, banking, numeracy); Ancient religion and its institutional dimensions, especially as they intersect with economics; Attic oratory and historiography; The political economy of the ancient Near East (especially Iron Age Mesopotamia, Cyprus, and the Achaemenid Empire)
L08 Classics 346C: Greek History: The Age of Alexander
From the death of Socrates until the foundation of the Roman Empire, Greece and the Ancient Near East underwent profound changes that still resonate today. This course surveys the political, social, economic, and military developments of this period, especially Alexander the Great's legacy.
L09 Greek 210: Intensive Beginning Greek II
Completion of work begun in Greek 190D followed by readings in original Greek poetry and prose.
L09 Greek 520 Thucydides
Thucydides created a distinct and critically important tradition of historical writing with his incomplete but monumental history of the Peloponnesian War. We will read extensive passages of the Greek text and examine numerous questions of Greek history and historiography that arise from or intersect with Thucydides' work.