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Curriculum Vitae

Guy P. Earle
guy.earle@sdhc.k12.fl.us

EDUCATION:

May 2002 University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida


M.A. in Latin, M. A. Minor in History
Master’s Thesis: “Julius Caesar’s Use of Psychological
Warfare in His Bellum Gallicum”

May 2000 University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida


B.A. in History
B.A. in Classics

May 1994 St. Petersburg Junior College, Clearwater, Florida


Associate of Arts

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Fall 2008 Established the Classics Program at Robinson High


School in cooperation with University of South Florida’s
Classics Department; recognition awarded to those
students taking two years of Latin and either of the
following Honors History electives: Ancient Warfare, or
Gods, Gladiators and Emperors.

Fall 2007- Robinson High School, Tampa, Fl.


Present Promoted to World Language Department Head

Fall 2002- Robinson High School, Tampa, Fl.


Present Instructor: Teaching Latin I, Latin II, Latin III Honors,
AP Latin (Catullus and Ovid), Ancient Warfare, Gods,
Gladiators and Emperors, World History, and
Geography.

Two courses, Ancient Warfare, and Gods, Gladiators


and Emperors, are 18-week Honors electives, for
which I have created and written the curriculum;
these courses are available only at Robinson High
School. I am currently writing an accompanying text
for each course, with publication as a goal.
In July of 2007, I became the Department Head of
Humanities, overseeing both foreign language and all
arts programs. In August of 2008, the Humanities
department was re-named the World Language
Department.

Spring 2002- University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl


Fall 2000 Instructor: Beginning Latin I, Latin II, Latin III,
Accelerated Latin I, and Accelerated Latin II.
Teaching Assistant: Assisted and occasionally co-
taught Professor Judy Turner’s course, Rome and the
Mediterranean; Assisted and occasionally co-taught
Professor Lewis Sussman’s advanced Latin course,
Sallust’s Bellum Catilinae.

AWARDS:

2002 - Manson Stewart Travel Award for travel to the annual


Classical
Association of the Middle West and South’s meeting.

2001 - Joseph J. Deiss Memorial Scholarship for summer study in


Rome, University of Florida.

2001 - Vergilian Summer Abroad Travel Scholarship, The Vergilian


Society.

2000 - Accepted onto the Florida State University archeological


excavation at San Venanzo, Italy.

PAPERS PRESENTED:

“Turn Your Head and Look the Other Way: Rome’s


Military Policy Regarding Gallic Headhunting Within the
Legions, As Seen in Livy and Caesar.” This paper was
presented at the April, 2006 annual CAMWS meeting in
Gainesville, Fl.

“Psychological Warfare or Simply Iratissimus: Caesar’s


Conflict with the Morini and Menapii and the Subsequent
Deforestation in B.G. 3.28-29.” This paper was presented at
the April, 2004 annual meeting of CAMWS in St. Louis, MO.
“Publius Sextius Baculus: Caesar’s Toughest Centurion
and His Role in the Bellum Gallicum.” Paper presented at
the April, 2003 annual CAMWS meeting in Lexington, KY.

“Don’t Lose Your Head: The Consul C. Claudius’ Usage of


Celtic Customs as Psychological Warfare Concerning the
Death of Hasdrubal Barca in Livy.” This paper was presented
at the April, 2002 annual CAMWS meeting in Austin, TX.

“The Relationship of Urbs, Oppidum, and Deditio in Livy’s


Ab Urbe Condita.” This is a revised version of my paper, “ The
Distinction of Oppidum to Urbs in Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita,” which
was given at CAMWS in 2001. This paper was presented at
University of South Florida’s Classics Forum. Tampa, Fl, March
2002.

“The Distinction of Oppidum to Urbs in Livy’s Ab Urbe


Condita.” Paper presented at the April, 2001 annual CAMWS
meeting in Provo, UT.

“The Etymology of the Latin Oppidum.” Paper presented at


University of South Florida’s Classics Forum. Tampa, Fl, March
2000.

“An Analysis of the Causes of the First Punic War.” Paper


presented at University of South Florida’s Classics Forum.
Tampa, Fl, April 1999.

IN PROGRESS:

“Ancient Warfare: A Survey from the Trojan War to


Cynoscephalae.” Text to accompany course curriculum.

“Gods, Gladiators and Emperors: A Survey of Ancient Greece’s


Heroes and Roman Decadence.” Text to accompany course
curriculum.
“A Comparison of the Portrayal of Hannibal Barca by Livy,
Jordanes, and Paul the Deacon.” Paper to be submitted to the
Essays in Medieval Studies.

MEMBERSHIPS:

Florida Junior Classical League (2003-Present)


Florida Foreign Language Association (2002-Present)
American Classical League (2002-Present)
Classical Association of the Middle West and South (2000-
Present)
Vergilian Society (2000-Present)
USF Classics Club (President 1999-2000)
USF Classics Honor Society (1999-Present)
USF History Honor Society (1999-Present)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

- Spring 2010: Sponsor for Region VII Latin Forum.


- Spring 2009: Sponsor for Region VII Latin Forum
- Spring 2003 to Present: Sponsor student participation in the
annual Latin State Forum and Regional Latin Forum competitions
- Summer 2001 attended Vergilian Summer Workshop at
University of Florida
- Latin tutor
Fall 2000 for Oak Hall Middle School, Gainesville, Fl.
Spring 2000 for Berkeley Preparatory School, Tampa, Fl.

OVERSEAS TRAVEL

2009 Led student group to Italy: Rome and the Bay of Naples
2007 Led student group to Italy: Rome, Naples, Pompeii; Greece:
Athens, Delphi, Mykonos, and Ephesus
2001 Italy: Rome, Naples, Paestum, Pompeii, Ischia,
Herculaneum et al.
1999 Italy: Rome, Montecompatri, Naples, Pompeii, Capri,
Sorrento
1993 England: London, Bath, Stonehenge, Trowbridge; Scotland:
Edinburgh
1990 Switzerland: Lucerne, Zurich; England: London, Trowbridge