His course offerings cover a range of Greek and Roman history and literature, and include ancient medicine, ancient astronomy, and the history of the book.
Ancient Mathematics; History of Science; Palaeography and Manuscript Studies; Papyrology; Indo-European Poetics; Greek & Latin Novels.
Prof. Winters' research is rewriting the history of ancient mathematics to show that Greek mathematicians worked in various distinct traditions of practice, contrary to the accepted model of a standard Euclidean methodology. He has worked with the Vatican manuscript library identifying unknown scientific texts and has taught for a study abroad program in Greece. Before becoming a classicist, he worked as a physicist in heavy ions research and taught physics at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee.