|Rose Mary Sheldon
Department of History
Virginia Military Institute
Lexington, VA 24450
2554 Holly Avenue
Buena Vista, VA 24450
- Ph.D. 1987 The University of Michigan, Ancient history, Roman provincial archaeology, Byzantine history
- M.A. 1976 Hunter College, City University of New York, Ancient history, Medieval history
- B.A. 1969 Trenton State College, Trenton, New Jersey, European history
- Virginia Military Institute, Professor, August 2000-present
Virginia Military Institute, Department Head, December 2009-August 2005
- Virginia Military Institute, (Associate Professor) 1996-2000
- Virginia Military Institute, (Assistant Professor) 1993-1996
- American Military University, (Adjunct) 1996-present, Graduate courses in ancint intelligence
- Norwich University, (Assistant Professor) 1991-1993
- Montana State University, (Assistant Professor) 1990-1991, Western Civilization, Greek History, Roman History, Egypt and Mesopotamia
- George Washington University (Adjunct) 1990, Espionage in the Ancient World
- Defense Intelligence College, (Adjunct) 1986-1989, Graduate seminar: An Intelligence Retrospective, Troy to Pearl Harbor
- Georgetown University, (Adjunct) 1984-1988, Espionage in the Ancient World, Politics and Propaganda in the Hellenistic Age, The Roman Republic, The Roman Empire, Classical Greek
- Civilization, Smithsonian Institution, Guest Lecturer 1989, 2003, 2004
AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS:
- Matthew Fontaine Maury Research Award, VMI, 21 May 2008.
- Virginia Social Science Assn., Scholar of the Year in History, 2007.
- VMI Faculty Development Leave - Spring 2005.
- VMI Faculty Travel Stipend - Harvard University, 2003.
- VMI Faculty Developmental Grant, 2001.
- VMI Technology Grant, Summer 2000.
- VMI Wachmeister Sabbatical Leave, Spring 2000.
- VMI Faculty Summer Grant, 1999 to Kalkriese, Germany.
- VMI Faculty Summer Stipend, 1998, Bibliography of Ancient Intelligence Literature
- VMI Faculty Summer Stipend, 1997, Great Battles of Antiquity
- VMI Faculty Summer Stipend, 1994, Intelligence in the Ancient Near East
- National Intelligence Book Award, 1988 for Tinker, Tailor, Caesar, Spy: Espionage in Ancient Rome (as dissertation)
- Rome Prize in Classical Studies, American Academy in Rome 1980-1981.
- Trenton State College, Alumna of the Year Award, 1989.
- American Association of University Women, Dissertation Grant 1980-1981.
- A.E.R. Boak Fellowship in Ancient History, University of Michigan 1976-1977.
- New Jersey State Scholarship 1965-1969.
- Travel Fellowship at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Trenton State College, 1968.
- The Journal of Military History
- International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence
- Small Wars and Insurgencies 2004-
- Classical Association of Virginia
- Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies
- Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies
- Association of Ancient Historians
- Association of Former Intelligence Officers
- International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, Editorial Board
- Small Wars and Insurgencies, Editorial Board
- RIEAS (Research Institute for European and American Studies, Athens, Greece), Advisory Board.
- NPR, With Good Reason, 2001, "Espionage in the Ancient World"
- NPR, With Good Reason, March 15-21, 2003 "The Problem of Evil
- NPR, With Good Reason, May 2006, "Rome's Wars in Iraq With Modern Parallels"
- Wye Faculty Seminars, Aspen Institute, Summer 1997.
- Virginia Commonwealth University, Seminar on Improving Student Satisfaction and Success in the Large-Classroom Environment, April 12, 1996.
- C-SPAN Summer Seminar for Professors, August 10-11, 1992, Washington, D.C.
- Five College Program in Peace and World Security Studies, Eighth Summer Faculty Institute on U.S. - Commonwealth Relations and World Security Affairs, June 8-12, 1992, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA.
- University of Michigan Excavations at Carthage, Tunisia
- Università di Perugia Excavations at Saepinum, Italy
- Université de Grenoble Excavations at Marnans, France
- Archaeological Survey of Constantine, Algeria