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Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
Sophie Emilia Seidler. Monstrous Texts and Textual Monsters: Transgressive Hybridity in Ovid's Metamorphoses. MA thesis, 2020 Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Critical Theory, Latin Literature
Konnor Clark, Giton’s Performance of Status in the ​Satyrica. Diss. 2019 Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Latin Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction
Daniel A. Conner. Mille simul leti facies: The Allusive Battlefield of Punica 4. Diss., 2018 Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Imperial Rome, Latin Literature
Matthew Gorey. Atomism in the Aeneid: Physics, Politics, and Cosmological Disorder. Diss., 2017. Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Latin Literature, Literary Criticism, Philosophy, Roman History and Culture
Adriana M. Vazquez. Vates and Initiates: Augustan Poetic Manipulation of Greek Mystery Cult. Diss., 2017. Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Latin Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Religion, Roman History and Culture
Joshua J. Hartman. Allusion and Cultural Memory in Late Antiquity: Ausonius, Prudentius, and Claudian. Diss., 2016. Graduate, Dissertations Late Antiquity, Latin Literature, Poetry and Poetics
Bridget Langley. Written on Running Water: Ovidian Poetics in the Roman Waterscape. Diss., 2016. Graduate, Dissertations Archaeology, Culture, Latin Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Visual Culture
Rachel Carlson. The Honey Bee and Apian Imagery in Classical Literature (2015) Graduate, Dissertations Greek (Classical), Latin Literature, Culture
Jessica Kapteyn. All Italy an Orchard: Landscape and the State in Varro’s de Re Rustica. Graduate, Dissertations Culture, Ecocriticism, Latin Literature
Laura Zientek. The Landscape of Civil War: Geography, Ecphrasis, and Philosophy in Lucan's Bellum Civile. Graduate, Dissertations Latin Literature, Philosophy, Post-Augustan
Morgan Palmer. Inscribing Augustan Personae:  Epigraphic Conventions and Memory Across Genres. Diss. 2014 Graduate, Dissertations Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature
Lissa Crofton-Sleigh. The Building of Verse: Descriptions of Architectural Structures in Roman Poetry. Diss., 2014 Graduate, Dissertations Latin Literature, Architecture, Culture, Poetry and Poetics, Visual Culture
Alexandra Kennedy. Leaving Rome: Alienation from and Attachment to the City in Augustan Literature. Diss., 2013. Graduate, Dissertations Latin Literature, Culture
Jaime Volker. Caesarian Conflict: Portrayals of Julius Caesar in narratives of civil war. Diss., 2012. Graduate, Dissertations Latin Literature, Historiography
Colin Shelton. Semantics and the Structure of Latin Etymological Wordplay. Diss., 2011. Graduate, Dissertations Latin Literature, Linguistics
Ashli J. Baker. Apuleius' Political Animal: A Socio-Cultural reading of identity in the Metamorphoses. Diss., 2011. Graduate, Dissertations Greek (Classical), Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Imperial Rome, Novel/Prose Fiction
Alex Dressler. Matter, Language and Attachment in Seneca's Moral Epistles. Diss., 2009. Graduate, Dissertations Latin Literature, Post-Augustan, Critical Theory, Culture, Philosophy
Kari Ceaicovschi. (Re)constructing Cato Maior: An Assessment of the Reception of Cato in Latin Literature from Cicero to Aulus Gellius. Diss., 2008. Graduate, Dissertations Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Imperial Rome, Post-Augustan, History
Christina E. Franzen. Revulsion and Desire: the Figure of the Monster in the Roman Imperial Imagination. Diss., 2007. Graduate, Dissertations Latin Literature, Culture
Erika J. Nesholm. Rhetoric and Epistolary Exchange in Ovid's Heroides 16-21. Diss., 2005. Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Latin Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Rhetoric and Composition
Marco J. Zangari. Cicero Fabricator: The Ethos of Aesthetics in Cicero's de Signis. Diss., 2005. Graduate, Dissertations Latin Literature, Oratory
Ethan T. Adams. Gods and Humans in Ovid's Metamorphoses : Constructions of Identity and the Politics of Status. Diss., 2003. Graduate, Dissertations Classics, Latin Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Religion
Christopher M. Chinn. Statius and the Discourse of Ekphrasis. Diss., 2002. Graduate, Dissertations Imperial Rome, Latin Literature
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