This session presents a unit of study centered on the life and writings of Cicero, a pivotal figure in Roman history and one of the best-documented. Cicero’s life, intersecting with many of Rome’s best-known figures, provides a perfect point of access to many cultural themes, while engaging students with primary texts of undisputed virtuosity.
Carpento certe: Conveying Gender in Roman Transportation.” Classical Antiquity 35 (2): 215-246. Publisher's Version. 2016. “
Thoughts on the Virgilian hexameter.” Multi nominis grammaticus. Festchrift for Alan J. Nussbaum, , 306–314. Ann Arbor: Beech Stave Press.. 2012. “
Pro Cicerone: In Defense of Cicero in the Latin Classroom.” American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Program Abstract. 2014. “
Epigram and Propertian Elegy’s Epigram Riffs: Radical Poet/Radical Critics.” Latin Elegy and Hellenistic Epigram: A Tale of Two Genres at Rome, , 67–85. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.. 2011. “
The Delian Maidens and their relevance to choral mimesis in classical drama.” Choral Mediations in Greek Tragedy, , 227–256. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.. 2013. “
Recognition and Identity in Euripides' Ion .” Recognition and Modes of Knowledge: Anagnorisis from Antiquity to Contemporary Theory, , 33–50. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press.. 2012. “