This is the website for Mark B. Wilson, historian and writer.
Academic InformationI teach several subjects at various New York City colleges, including Brooklyn College, Lehman College, and the New School, in particular ancient history courses including ancient civilizations, ancient Greece, and ancient Rome.
Contact InformationIf you are a student and want to reach me, my contact information and office hours are on my syllabus for whichever course you're registered for (check for your course under the Courses Taught tab).
Syllabi, assignments, information, and documents for current courses
Resources for students
research and sources
Useful maps for ancient history courses
Online collectionsMost of the following are databases or collections of translations or transcriptions of ancient documents. Pay careful attention to the provenance of these sources and make sure to distinguish primary source material from commentary.
Online reference worksNote that anything from the material below that is not actual transcription or translation of classical materials (or an article from a peer-reviewed academic journal) will count as tertiary sources and CANNOT be used as source material in papers submitted fo my courses. These articles may, however, give you ideas about primary and secondary sources you can use.
More information about Mark B. Wilson
As an historianMark B. Wilson is an ancient historian completing his doctoral work at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Broadly interested in Mediterranean civilization in the centuries preceding the Roman principate, he is especially intrigued by the last centuries of the Roman Republic. His pre-dissertation work has focused on Sulla’s relationship to the fall of the Republic. He has also studied and taught Greek, medieval, and Byzantine history.
You can use this form to contact me with questions or issues.
Contact InformationIf you are a student and want to reach me: My contact information and office hours are on my syllabus for whichever course you're registered for, which can be found using the Courses Taught tab above.