Ann Rossi is listed in the twentieth edition of Whos Who of American
Women 1997-1998 and in Whos Who in the World, 17th edition,
2000. She appeared in Newsweek: Women of the Year (December 28,
1992): A Quiet Revolution: How Life in One Wisconsin City Has Changed
Since the Beginning of the Womens Movement. She was selected for
Women Right Nowof Glamour Magazine (September, 1991, p.
112): Why Cant Women be Priests Again? by Lucretia Marmon.
She was interviewed by the BBC for the Everyman Programme Womens
Ordination:The Hidden Tradition, which was viewed by two million people
on November 8, 1992. Rossis work is noted in Megatrends for Women, by
Aburdene and Naisbitt (N.Y.:Villard Books, 1992), and in The Word
According to Eve: Women and the Bible in Ancient Times and Our Own, by
Cullen Murphy (Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1998). The translation
Priesthood, Precedent, and Prejudice... was included in the new
website on women priests, www.womenpriests.org in 1999, along with her
translations of Latin passages from Bonaventure, Bellarmine, and Bernard, Duns
Scotus, and Albertus Magnus.
College, University of London, Ph. D., Classics, 1982
University, M.A., Classics, 1957
College, D. A., Classics, 1952
of Classical Studies, Athens, Summer, 1953
Thesis (unpublished): Stoic Themes in the Dramas of Euripides and Seneca
Honorary Fellow, Institute of Classical Studies, London, England.
Chair of the Latin section of a regional conference of the Educational
Testing Service in Chicago.
88 Reader, Advanced Placement examinations in Latin for the Educational
Testing Service in Princeton. ~
Keynote speaker for regional high school Latin conferences in Indiana.
Appointed by the Provost to the Womens Studies Committee; co-founder of
Womens Week at Ball State University.
Honorary Research Fellow, Womens Study Research Center, Univ. Wis.
Summer Fellowship, Stanford University.
Summer Fellowship, American Academy in Rome.
Summer Fellowship, Princeton University.
University Fellowship, Brown University.
Scholar of the New England Classical Association. Athens, Greece.
Wilbour Fellowship, Brown University.
Swayzee Scholarship, Connecticut College.
Womens Rights in the Labor Market in Women and Work: A
Handbook, edd. Paula J. Dubeck and Kathryn Borman (New York and London:
Garland Publishing, Inc.).
Androcentrism, Misogyny, and Presbytera, entries in An A to Z of
Feminist Theology, edd. Lisa Sherwood and Dorothy McEwan (Sheffield, U.K.:
Sheffield Academic Press).
Translations from the Latin of Isaac Newtons On Motion and
sections from the first edition of the Principia in J.Bruce
Brackenridge, The Key to Newtons Dynamics (Berkeley:
University of California Press).
St. Bridget s Social Activism: The Rome Years, Festschrift
for the Sixth Centenary of St. Bridgets Canonization, Studies in
St. Birgitta and the Brigittine Order, ed. James Hogg, vol.I,
Institut fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik Universität Salzburg (Edwin
Mellen Press, N.Y.).
Priesthood, Precedent, and Prejudice: On Recovering the Women Priests of
Early Christianity, Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, vol.
7, no. 1 (May).
1989Theocritus Idyll XVII: A Stylistic Commentary (Hakkert:
A Survey of Studies in Callimachus, LAntiquite
Classiqué, vol. LVII, pp. 311-316.
A Critical Bibliography of Theocritus, LAntiquite
Classiqué, vol. LVI, pp. 290-295.
A Textual Problem in Theocritus Idyll XVII.90", Museum
Philologum Londoniense, vol. VI, pp. 89-91.
The Passion of Perpetua, Everywoman of Late Antiquity, Pagan and
Christian Anxiety: A Response to E.R. Dodds, eds. Smith and Lounibos,
(University Press of America: New York), pp. 53-86.
The Arte Allusiva of Theocritus Idyll XVII,
Corolla Londiniensis, vol. III, pp. 107- 120.
Johannes Keplers On the More Certain Fundamentals of Astrology
N, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol.123, pp.
85- 116 (translation by Mary Ann Rossi and commentary by Bruce Brackenridge).
J. Cropp (ed.), Euripides: Electra, in Classical World
D.M.Halperin, Before Pastoral: Theocritus and the Ancient Tradition of
Bucolic Poetry in Classical World, vol. 77, no. 4, pp.258-59.
Book reviews for Choice, such as: Beare, The Roman Stage; Childe,
The Bronze Age; Ferguson, Callimachus; Figes, Tragedy and
Social Revolution; Frankel, Early Greek Poetry and Philosophy;
Friedrich, The Meaning of Aphrodite; Grant, The Birth of Western
Civilization; Hainsworth, The Flexibility of the Homeric Formula,
Institute of Archaeology (President of the Appleton, WI, Chapter, for three
Association, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Greece.