Danielle Kellogg

Danielle L Kellogg

Associate Professor

Associate Professor (she/her)

Blegen Library


A&S Classics - 0226

Professional Summary

Danielle Kellogg's research focuses on the political history and epigraphy of rural Attica, the territory of Athens. Her monograph, Marathon Fighters and Men of Maple, examined the history and identity of Acharnai, the largest of the Athenian demes. Her current research includes a study of citizen migration and its effects upon the exercise of democratic rights and obligations in ancient Athens.
Further details of her research and publications can be found here: https://uc.academia.edu/DanielleKellogg 

A current CV is available here: https://classics.uc.edu/cv/Kellogg_CV_7_23.pdf


PhD: University of Pennsylvania 2005 (Ancient History)

A.B.: Franklin and Marshall College 1999 (Classical Archaeology & Ancient History; Ancient Greek)

Positions and Work Experience

2005 -2006 Assistant Professor of History, University of Central Arkansas,

2006 -2013 Assistant Professor of Classics, Brooklyn College CUNY,

2013 -2021 Associate Professor of Classics, Brooklyn College CUNY,

2014 -2021 Associate Professor of Classics, Graduate Center, City University of New York,