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Faculty of Classics

 

Publications

Key publications: 

Books

Horace Satires I (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics, 2012)

Ennius Perennis: The Annals and Beyond, ed. with William Fitzgerald (Cambridge Classical Journal Supplementary Volume, 2007)

The Loaded Table: Representations of Food in Roman Literature (Oxford, 1993)

Recent articles

(2017) “Maecenas, Gaius”, entry for S. Goldberg, ed., Oxford Classical Dictionary, digital edition. Oxford (Oxford University Press)

(2017) “Rus in urbe: l’intimité urbaine chez Horace”, in L’invention de la vie privée et le modèle horatien, ed. N. Dauvois and B. Délignon. Paris (Classiques Garnier), 43-57.

(2016) “Dido and the Owl”, in Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, ed. P. Mitsis and I. Ziogas. Berlin (De Gruyter), 107-30.

(2016) “Noises Off: The Thyestes Theme in Tacitus’ Dialogus”, in S. Frangoulidis and A. Rengakos, eds., 8th Trends in Classics: Roman Drama. Berlin (De Gruyter), 555-72.

(2016) “Girls will be Boys and Boys will be Girls, Or, What is the Gender of Horace’s Epodes?”, in P. Bather and C. Stocks., eds., Horace’s Epodes: Contexts, Intertexts, and Reception. Oxford (Oxford University Press), 103-30.

(2016) "Under the Influence: Maecenas and Bacchus in Georgics 2", in P. Hardie, ed., Augustan Poetry and the Irrational. Oxford (Oxford University Press), 134-52

 In press

"Tasting the Roman World", in Taste and the Ancient Senses, ed. K. Rudolph (Acumen)

 

 

 

Professor of Latin Literature
Fellow of St John's College
Professor Emily  Gowers

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St John's College
Cambridge
CB2 1TP
335150 (Faculty); 337869 (College)
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Latest news

Mary Beard makes a gift to Classics - and honours Joyce Reynolds

13 May 2021

The Faculty is pleased to announce the creation of two bursary awards for Classics students from under-represented backgrounds. The Joyce Reynolds Awards have been funded by Mary Beard, Professor of Classics, as part of our efforts to encourage more diversity among those studying the subject. The £80k gift will pay the £...

The Cambridge Greek Lexicon

10 May 2021

A celebration of the publication of the much-anticipated Cambridge Greek Lexicon on YouTube. Emeritus Professor James Diggle, Editor-in-Chief, details the background and highlights of the project. Pippa Steele, Gábor Betegh, Hannah Willey, Richard Hunter and Carrie Vout each offer brief reflections on an individual Greek...

Athena SWAN

10 May 2021

The Faculty is pleased to announce that its application for an Athena SWAN Bronze Award has been successful.

The Museum of Classical Archaeology invites applications for a Collections Engagement Intern

6 May 2021

The Museum of Classical Archaeology invites applications for a Collections Engagement Intern. This is a paid opportunity. Length of Internship 2.5 days per week for 12 weeks. The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 7 June 2021. Purpose of Internship The intern will help us to clean and transfer the data we hold on...