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Associate Professor
Arts & Sciences
Public Relations:Lee Ann Cox (802)656-1107
Specialty:Greek and Roman philosophy and intellectual history; Greek and Latin prose; Arabic and Medieval philosophy
Biography:Bailly, who is the official pronouncer for the annual National Spelling Bee, was a 1999 Summer Fellow at the Center for Hellenistic Studies and a 1988-90 Fulbright Scholar at Basel University, Switzerland. His interests lie in Greek and Roman philosophy and intellectual history, Greek and Latin works in prose, and Arabic and Medieval philosophy. Among his publications is a review of "A Commentary on the Theages" (by Mark Joyal, upcoming in Gnomon), a book "Commentary on the Platonic Theages" (published by Georg Olms), and a commentary on Plato's Euthyphro and Clitophon (published by Focus Publishing). A member of Phi Beta Kappa, he has served as a member of UVM's nominating committee to that society, as well as serving as year 2000-2001 president of Vermont Classical Language Assn.