Emeriti

Katherine King

Published: October 6, 2016

Professor King received her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Princeton University in 1978 after first earning an M.A. in Greek from Columbia University. She holds a joint appointment in the Departments of Classics and Comparative Literature. King’s seminars on Epic, Greek tragedy, and the Classical tradition utilize feminist theory and cultural criticism. Her main interest…

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Sander Goldberg

Published: October 6, 2016

As UCLA Distinguished Research Professor, Sander Goldberg continues to explore the relationship of Roman literature to Roman life. A new edition of Ennius for the Loeb series, prepared in partnership with Gesine Manuwald of University College London, appeared in 2018 and a monograph on Terence’s Andria for Bloomsbury appeared in 2019. In press are essays…

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Steven Lattimore

Published: October 6, 2016

Professor Lattimore’s teaching assignments reflected his research interests in Greek literature, history, and material culture. His courses covered literature, art and iconography, and Greek and Roman athletics. He has published a translation of Thucydides, The Marine Thiasos in Greek Sculpture, and Marble Sculpture from Isthmia, as well as articles dealing with Greek literature and with…

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Michael Haslam

Published: October 6, 2016

Professor Haslam specializes in ancient Greek literature. He is a papyrologist, and publishes new literary and paraliterary papyri in The Oxyrhynchus Papyri series. He makes available new accessions to the still expanding corpus of literary texts, contextualizing them and assessing their significance. Special areas of interest include archaic Greek lyric, Homer, tragedy, and Hellenistic poetry;…

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Amy Richlin

Published: October 6, 2016

Since my undergraduate days I have been interested in outgroups and muted groups in the Roman empire: women, slaves, sexual minorities, indigenous peoples in the provinces. All my work has focused on the problems inherent in writing the lives of people who left few records for themselves; for me, the urge to write history springs…

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Robert Gurval

Published: October 6, 2016

Robert Gurval is Associate Professor Emeritus in the Department of Classics. He was Chair of the Department for six years (2000-05; 2013-14). He is most proud of his university service as Director of the Mellon Program in Post-Classical Latin (2014-17); Chair of the GE Governance Committee (2007-10); Chair of College Honors Faculty Advisory Committee (2009-10;…

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