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Biography Susan Stephens

Susan A. Stephens is a Professor of Humanities and Classics at Stanford University. She graduated from Stanford University in 1965, and obtained her PhD in Classics from Stanford University in 1972. She was a member of several associations, such as the Egypt Exploration Society, the Association Internationale de Papyrologues, and the American Philological Association. She was also a member of the Board of Directors of the Scholars Press (1980–1985), and California Classical Association (1979–1981). In addition, she was Senior Associate Dean for Graduate and Undergraduate Studies, Humanities and Sciences (2005–2009), and Chairwoman at the Senate Committee for the Review of the Undergraduate Major (2012/2013). She wrote 48 articles and eight books, including Ancient Greek Novels: The Fragments. Introduction, Text, Translation and Commentary and Greek Prose Composition. She was also granted several fellowships, such as Morse Fellowship, Sibley Fellowship Selection Committee, and a Senior Fellowship from National Endowment for the Humanities.
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