Dawn L. Gilley

Dawn L. Gilley

Northwest Missouri State University
Education Background
University of Missouri (Columbia, MO), PhD in History (2009)
University of Nebraska (Lincoln, NE), M.A. Classics, Greek and Latin (2003)
Baylor University (Waco, TX), B.A. History (2000)
Teaching Background 
Northwest Missouri State University (2009 – Present) Department Chair, Humanities and Social Sciences (2017-Present) Associate Professor of Humanities – Tenured 2016

American College of Greece-DEREE (Spring, 2017) Visiting Lecturer
University of Missouri (2003 - 2008) Graduate Instructor Teaching Assistant Research Assistant
Washington University (Spring, 2007) Lecturer
Research Field
PUBLICATIONS Peer-Reviewed Publications: Gilley, Dawn L. “Strato (168)." Brill’s New Jacoby. Ian Worthington (ed.). Leiden: Brill, 2009, rev. 2017. Gilley, Dawn L. “Herakleitos of Lesbos (167)." Brill’s New Jacoby. Ian Worthington (ed.). Leiden: Brill, 2009, rev. 2018. Gilley, Dawn L. “Demodamas of Halikarnassos (428),” Brill’s New Jacoby. Ian Worthington (ed.). Leiden: Brill, 2009; rev. 2018. Gilley, Dawn L. “The Latin Alexander: Roman Power, Imperialism, and Alexander the Great.” Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Alexander the Great. Kenneth Moore (ed.). Leiden: Brill, 2017. Gilley, Dawn L. “The Macedonian Empire.” The Encyclopedia of Empire. John M. MacKenzie and Nigel Dalziel (eds.). New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
Gilley, Dawn L. “The Kingdom of Epirus.” The Encyclopedia of Empire. John M. MacKenzie and Nigel 
Dalziel (eds.). New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
Gilley, Dawn L. and Ian Worthington, “Alexander the Great, Macedonia and Asia,” in J. Roisman and I. 
Worthington (eds.), A Companion to Ancient Macedonia (New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), 186-
207.
Gilley, Dawn L. “Alexander and the Carmanian March of 324 BC,” Ancient History Bulletin (2006), 9-14.

Book Reviews: Review: Ian Worthington, By the Spear. Philip II, Alexander the Great, and the Rise and Fall of the Macedonian Empire (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014) in The Classical Review 65.2 (2015). Review: Waldemar Heckel and Lawrence A. Tritle, eds., Alexander the Great: A New History (Malden, MA, 2009) in Classical Bulletin 85.2 (2010), 127-129. Review: John Buckler and Hans Beck, Central Greece and the Politics of Power in the Fourth Century (Cambridge, UK, 2008) in Ancient History Bulletin 23 (2009), 154-157. (Published in 2011). Review: R. Stoneman, Alexander the Great: A Life in Legend (New Haven, 2008), Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2008.09.19. Review: W. Heckel, L. Tritle, P. Wheatley (eds.), Alexander’s Empire: From Formulation to Decay (Claremont, CA, 2007), Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2008.03.18. Review: W. Heckel and L. Tritle (eds.), Crossroads of History: The Age of Alexander (Claremont, CA, 2003), Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.03.05.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Conferences with Peer-Reviewed Abstract Submissions:“The Ironic Alexander: Plutarch’s Alexander Declamations,” European Studies Conference, Omaha, NE (2013).“Andreia and Agôn and the Scars of War: Philip II and Alexander the Great,” European Studies Conference, Omaha, NE (2010).“The Rhetorical Image of Philip II and Alexander III,” Mid-America Conference on History, Springfield, MO (2008). “Rhetorical Wounds: The War Wounds of Philip II and Alexander III,” Fourth International Symposium on Alexander the Great, Clemson University, SC (2008).“Alexander, Deification, and the Carmanian March of 324 BC,” European Studies Conference, Omaha, NE (2005