Tribute to Ronald S. Stroud

Ron Stroud in Thessaly.

Ron Stroud in Thessaly, 1960 (photo by Patricia Lawrence, class of 1959–1960)

REMEMBERING RONALD S. STROUD

July 8, 1933–October 7, 2021

Between his arrival at the American School in 1959 to the present, Ron Stroud served many roles: Secretary, an excavator of the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth, Whitehead Professor, and Mellon Professor. From his 1965 Berkeley Ph.D. on Drakon's law on homicide through well over 70 scholarly works and 30 years co-editing Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum, Ron established himself as a true sage of the scholarly community. We remember him here as a scholar, a teacher, and a most generous and dear friend. Please visit this link to read his obituary.

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Ron looks on at the group (left) and then laughs (right). From left: School scholars Nancy Bookidis, Elizabeth Pemberton, Ian McPhee, and Stroud study ancient pottery in the Corinth Museum, 2008 (photo courtesy of ASCSA Archives).