During this spouse, overseas students offer a accomplished evaluate that displays the latest traits in Catullan studies.
- Explores the paintings of Catullus, the best Roman ‘lyric poets’
- Provides discussions approximately construction, style, variety, and reception, in addition to interpretive essays on key poems and teams of poems
- Grounds Catullus within the socio-historical global round him
- Chapters problem got knowledge, current unique readings, and recommend new interpretations of biographical evidence
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Maehler, eds. , Pindari carmina cum fragmentis (1987–8) H. Lloyd-Jones and P. Parsons, eds. , Supplementum Hellenisticum, Texte und Kommentare no. eleven (1983) glossary Linguae Latinae (1900–) Notes on members Ronnie Ancona is professor of classics at Hunter collage, CUNY, and within the PhD software of the CUNY Graduate middle. She obtained her PhD in classics from the Ohio kingdom college in 1983. Her courses comprise Time and the Erotic in Horace’s Odes (1994); Horace: chosen Odes and Satire 1. nine, scholar textual content with accompanying teacher’s consultant (1999, 2d variation 2005); Writing ardour: A Catullus Reader with accompanying teacher’s advisor (2004); Gendered Dynamics in Latin Love Poetry, co-edited with Ellen Greene (2005); and A Concise advisor to educating Latin Literature, coming near near. She is the sequence editor for the Bolchazy-Carducci college-level Latin Readers and, with Sarah B. Pomeroy, the co-editor of a sequence on girls in antiquity for Routledge. present initiatives comprise a monograph, Contextualizing Catullus: Literary Interpretation and Cultural environment. Brian Arkins is professor of classics on the nationwide collage of eire, Galway. He used to be expert at Clongowes wooden collage and at college university Dublin, the place he received an MA in classics and a PhD in Latin. His major study pursuits are in Latin poetry and in reception stories, with detailed connection with glossy Irish literature. His books comprise Sexuality in Catullus (1982); An Interpretation of the Poems of Propertius (2005); developers of My Soul: Greek and Roman subject matters in Yeats (1990); Greek and Roman topics in Joyce (1999); and Hellenising eire: Greek and Roman issues in glossy Irish Literature (2005). He has additionally released over 100 magazine articles. William W. Batstone is affiliate professor of Greek and Latin on the Ohio kingdom collage. He obtained his PhD from the collage of California at Berkeley in 1984. His study pursuits contain literary conception and philosophical hermeneutics in addition to either the prose and poetry of the Roman Republic and early Empire. he's the writer with Cynthia Damon of Caesar’s Civil battle (2006) and has written on reception concept, Bakhtin, rhetoric, and metatheatre in addition to on Plautus, Catullus, Notes on participants xxi Cicero, Sallust, and Vergil. he's at present engaged on articles for partners to Roman historical past and Roman rhetoric and a booklet on comedy, historic and smooth, and the vicissitudes of Hegel’s concrete common. J. L. Butrica, who passed on to the great beyond whereas this booklet was once in press, bought his BA from Amherst collage in 1972, and his MA and PhD from the college of Toronto in 1973 and 1978 respectively. in addition to a couple of articles on Greek drama, such a lot of his paintings was once excited about the textual feedback of Latin poetry (most significantly The Manuscript culture of Propertius ). extra lately he started to post studies and articles on Roman sexuality. He additionally translated Erasmus’ ‘‘Ecclesiastes’’ for the ‘‘Collected Works of Erasmus’’ sequence (due to seem in 2006–7).