Eugenia Chase Guild Professor Emeritus in the Humanities, Professor Emeritus of Latin
Ph.D., The University of Edinburgh
Republican and Augustan poetry, Renaissance humanism, Reception.
Catullus. Blackwell Introductions to the Ancient World. Wiley-Blackwell. 2009.
The Fortunes of Apuleius and the Golden Ass: A Study in Transmission and Reception (Martin Classical Lectures). Princeton University Press, 2008.
Oxford Readings in Catullus. Oxford University Press. 2007.
Catullus in English. Penguin Books, 2001.
Pierio Valeriano on the Ill-fortune of Learned Men: A Renaissance Humanist and his World. University of Michigan Press, 1999.
Catullus and his Renaissance Readers. Oxford University Press, 1993. Reprinted 2001.
“Some Thoughts on Philology.” Transactions of the American Philological Association 137 (2007) 477-81.
“Apuleius in Florence. From Boccaccio to Lorenzo de’Medici.” In Classica et Beneventana: Essays
Presented to Virginia Brown on the Occasion of Her 65th Birthday. Turnholt, 2007. 43-70.
“The Reception of Classical Texts in the Renaissance.” In The Italian Renaissance in the Twentieth Century. (I Tatti Studies, 2002) 387-400.
“Teaching Classics in the Renaissance,” Transactions of the American Philological Association. 131 (2001) 1-21.
“Threads in the Labyrinth: Competing Views and Voices in Catullus 64,” American Journal of Philology 116 (1995) 579-616.