DR. ROBERT ZASLAVSKY received a BA from Temple University (1964), and an MA and Ph.D. from the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research (1969; 1978). He has taught Latin, Literature, Religion, Psychology, Philosophy, History, Film, and Art History on the university level and in middle and high schools. He is the author of "Platonic Myth and Platonic Writing" and "The First Latin Course: An Introductory Latin Grammar for Middle School, High School, and College." He has published scholarly essays on Plato, Aristotle, classical philology, detective fiction, Shakespeare, and Homer. He has been an op-ed columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Fort Worth Weekly, and the Atlanta (GA) weekly The Sunday Paper, writing on politics, technology, and education. His next two books will be a study of American education and a commentary on Shakespeare’s "Hamlet."
He is currently a theater judge for the Suzi Bass Awards (Atlanta, GA).
He resides in Decatur, GA.
His web site is www.doczonline.com.