Williams Sanders Scarborough, an 1875 graduate of Oberlin College, was a pioneering African American scholar who wrote a university-level Greek textbook. Kirk Ormand, who now teaches at Oberlin, interviewed Prof. Michele Ronnick, who has recently published a facsimile edition of Scarborough’s Greek textbook, First Lessons in Greek (1881), with Bolchazy-Carducci press. Prof. Ronnick is the world’s leading expert on Scarborough.
Blog: Celebrating the Scholarship of W.S. Scarborough and the Contributions of African American Classicists
By Michele Ronnick | August 8, 2019
Blog: Teaching and Learning at the Museum, A Liberal Arts College Perspective
By Andaleeb Banta | March 4, 2018
By Andaleeb Badiee Banta (Curator of European and American Art, Allen Memorial Art Museum, firstname.lastname@example.org) and Christopher Trinacty (Associate Professor of Classics at Oberlin College, email@example.com)