As a one-off project in 2011, the year in which the citations for award winners were curtailed for delivery at the annual meeting, the then President, Kathleen Coleman, conducted interviews with the 2010 prize-winners, to give them more prominence than the new format at the annual meeting allowed. The interviews are archived here for their intrinsic value. This page is not part of a series, but simply a unique exercise showcasing the dedication and talent of members of the Classics profession at a specific moment in its history, and memorializing their example.
By Kathleen Coleman, President, 2011
The citations for the APA award winners are eloquent testimony to their excellence. But what do the winners themselves think about the job they do and how to do it? Along the lines of the former “Questions for . . .” column by Deborah Solomons in the New York Times Magazine and its successor, “The interview” by Andrew Goldman, the President set about finding out over the course of the year via Skype.
Click on the links below to read the Q&A for …
- Peter Anderson, winner of the Collegiate Teaching Award. (Read the citation here)
- Nita Krevans, winner of the Collegiate Teaching Award. (Read the citation here)
- Max Gabrielson, winner of the Pre-Collegiate Teaching Award. (Read the citation here)
- Peter Meineck, winner of the Outreach Prize. (Read the citation here)
- John Miller, winner of the Goodwin Award. (Read the citation here)