George Baroud

Postdoctoral Fellow of Liberal Studies

Ph.D., New York University

Areas of Interest: Ancient Greek and Roman historiography and rhetoric; literary and political theory; the Classical Near East; Graeco-Arabic

Course(s) Taught: Social Foundations I - Literature and Society

Fellowships/Honors:

    Dean’s Dissertation Fellowship, NYU (2014-15)
    Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD), Humboldt University Berlin (2013-14)
    Lane Cooper Dissertation Writing Fellowship, NYU (2013-4)
    NYU Global Research Fellow, NYU Berlin (Fall 2013)
    Antonia S. Ranieri Travel Grant, NYU (Summer 2012)

Teaching Statement: My goals as an instructor are to help my students discover their own voice, by which they may express themselves articulately and eloquently; to provide them with the tools for thinking critically, which I encourage them to utilize to question the wisdom they have received and to challenge its status as possessing ‘unassailable truth’; and to instill in them a deep sense of empathy, that they may use their knowledge to better themselves and their society in whatever capacity they can. My goals, in short, are to help my students attain intellectual autonomy and to encourage them to be healthy, productive citizens who actively engage with their communities.

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