WILSON, Winifred Warren
A.B., Boston U., 1891; M.A., 1894, Ph.D. Bryn Mawr, 1898; study in Munich and Berlin, 1896-7.
"A Study of Conjunctional Temporal Clauses in Thucydides" (Bryn Mawr, 1898).
- Professional Experience:
Fellow in Latin, Bryn Mawr, 1893-4; fellow by courtesy in Latin, 1894-6; Instr. Latin, 1897-1902; secretary American Board of Directors at Isabella Thorn College (Lucknow, India), 1918-30; corresp. secretary New York Branch of Women's Foreign Missionary Society, 1918-30; Red Cross volunteer, 1944-53.
""A Study of Conjunctional Temporal Clauses in Thucydides," PAPA 28 (1897) lxi-lxv; The Structure of Dionysii Halicarnassensis epistula II ad Ammaeum," AJP 20 (1899) 316-19; "On Dionysii Halicarnasei de Thucydidis Idiomatis Epistula," CR 16 (1902) 120; "The Soma Offering in a Fragment of Alkman," AJP 30 (1909) 188-95; "Jason as 'Dolomedes'," CR 24 (1910) 180; "The Parthenaion of Alkman," AJP 33 (1912) 57-67.
Winifred Warren rose from public school training to an advanced degree from Boston University to a doctorate from Bryn Mawr to the lectures of Diels at Munich and Wilamowitz at Berlin. While teaching at Bryn Mawr, she, along with Mary Alice Case (1857-1941), were the first women to present papers at a meeting of the APA (1897). Following her marriage to George Arthur Wilson (1864-1941), who had been her classmate at Boston University, had studied with her in Berlin, and was head of the philosophy department at Syracuse University, she gave up teaching.
Women's Who's Who of America (1914-15) 893.
- Author: Ward Briggs