Alexandros Kozák, M.A. Education
University of California, Berkeley (1997-2000). M.A. in Greek (2000).
University of Cambridge , England. Postgraduate study in Classics (1996-1997). Work Experience Recent Freelance web designer and developer (2015-present). Author at and elsiecarlisle.com manager of and The Elsie Carlisle Facebook Page (2014-present). The Elsie Carlisle Twitter Feed Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, San Francisco Instructor, "Introduction to Orthodoxy" (2007-present). Assistant Chanter (2011-2012; 2016-present). Web Developer (2009-2012). Operations (2009-2010). BizXchange Trade Department Corporate Account Manager (BizX Media Group; 2008-2009). Corporate Trade Broker (BizXchange & BizX Media Group; 2007-2008). Operations Office Coordinator (2007). Director of First Impressions (2006-2007). Teaching Positions Graduate Student Instructor at the University of California, Berkeley (2000-2004). Instructor, Latin 100 ("Republican Prose," advanced reading course; 2004). Teaching Assistant, Classics 28 ("The Classic Myths"; Prof. Anthony Bulloch; 2003). Teaching Assistant, Classics 10B ("Introduction to Roman Civilization"; Prof. Trevor Murphy; 2002). Instructor, Latin 2 ("Elementary Latin"; 2001). Instructor, Latin 40 ("Latin Prose Composition"; 2001). Instructor, Greek 1 ("Elementary Greek"; 2000). Instructor, Latin 10 ("Intensive Elementary Latin"; 2000). Pew Charitable Trust Associate (teaching assistant) at Gettysburg College (1993-1994). Latin 204 ("Roman Poetry"; 1994). Latin 102 ("Elementary Latin II"; 1993). Latin 101 ("Elementary Latin I"; 1993). Related Experience Review panelist for the 2001-2002 Medusa Mythology Examination. Research assistant to Prof. Donald J. Mastronarde ( University of California, Berkeley ; commentary on Euripides' Medea; 1999). Proctor, Harvard University Summer School (1995). Latin and Greek proofreader for the Patrologia Latina Database at Chadwyck-Healey (now ProQuest; 1994). Research assistant to Prof. Laurence Marschall ( Gettysburg College ; book on meteorite and comet impacts and other catastrophic events; 1994). Private Latin language tutor at Gettysburg College (1992-1994). Research assistant to Prof. Leslie Cahoon ( Gettysburg College ; text of and commentary on medieval Latin hymns; 1992-1994). Awards University Regents Fellowship (Berkeley; 2003). Andrew W. Mellon graduate scholarship for modern foreign language study (2000). Berkeley Fellowship for Graduate Study (1997-2002). Laurence Studentship (Cambridge; for postgraduate study in Classics; 1996-1997). Cambridge Overseas Trust Bursary (1996-1997). Latin Orator at Harvard Commencement 1996 ( David Taggart Clark Prize; oration "). De moribus Harvardianis" Society for Values in Higher Education, Fellow (1996). Harvard Undergraduate Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society (1996). Honorary 1996 Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship in Humanistic Studies. Thomas Temple Hoopes Prize (Harvard; for outstanding undergraduate honors thesis; 1996). Raymond Weir Smyth Prize (Harvard; for outstanding undergraduate honors thesis; 1996). Bowdoin Undergraduate Latin Prize (Harvard; for a Latin version of a passage from Mark Twain's "Ghost Story" into the style of Pliny; 1996). William King Richardson Scholarship (Harvard; for distinction in Greek and Latin sight-reading and composition; 1996). Arthur Deloraine Corey Fellowship (Harvard Classics Department fellowship for graduate study; 1996-1997). Bowdoin Undergraduate Greek Prize (Harvard; Greek version of a passage from William James's into the style of Plato; 1995). Varieties of Religious Experience George Emerson Lowell Scholarship Prize (Harvard; for excellence in the classics, based on an examination which tests competence in the translation and composition of Greek and Latin and in exposition of classical literature; Greek, 1995). John Osborne Sargent Prize (Harvard; best metrical translation of Horace's ; 1995). Odes 2.13 John Harvard Scholarship (for academic achievement of the highest distinction; 1994-1995). Publications Papers Presented "Holy Fools in the Byzantine Empire." , Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, San Francisco, CA September 10, 2017. "What If the Fall Had Never Happened?" , Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, San Francisco, CA March 6, 2016. In the News Ἀρχὴ σοφίας φόβος Κυρίου.