Roman literature, especially imperial epic and tragedy; reception of classical literature and culture; history of classical scholarship; Renaissance and Neo-Latin Studies
Latin, and the different ways we read it.
Greek social and intellectual history, with focus on mythology, religion, magic, and Platonic philosophy
Roman history and historiography, Roman archaeology and history of the republican and imperial periods with special reference to Italy and the western provinces.
Homeric epic and archaic Greek lyric, with particular focus on time and the narrator; Athenian tragedy, especially the language of the chorus; Greek meter; metaphor
Republican and Augustan poetry, Renaissance humanism, Reception.
Greek literature, Greek religion, Greek iconography
Ancient medicine and science, Latin poetry, and classical reception
Radcliffe Edmonds, Chair
Oliva Cardona, Program Assistant
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