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Jennifer Ebbeler is Associate Professor of Classics at the University of Texas, Austin. She is the author of the forthcoming Disciplining Christians: Correction and Community in Augustine’s Letters (Oxford). She has also published articles on a range of topics pertaining to Latin epistolography and late antique literary culture. She is currently working on a reader of late antique Latin for Cambridge University Press. Her research continues to explore her interests in Roman Africa, Augustine, and Latin letters.

Duncan F. Kennedy is Professor of Latin Literature and the Theory of Criticism at the University of Bristol. He is the author of The Arts of Love: Five Studies in the Discourse of Roman Love Elegy (Cambridge 1993), Rethinking Reality: Lucretius and the Textualization of Nature (Ann Arbor 2002), and Antiquity and the Meanings of Time (forthcoming).

Genevieve Liveley is Senior Lecturer in Classics at the University of Bristol. Her principal research interests are in Augustan literature, critical theory, and the classical tradition. She is co-editor and contributor to a recent volume, Latin Elegy and Narratology: Fragments of Story (Columbus, OH 2008), and author of Ovid: Love Songs (London 2005), as well as numerous articles on Augustan literature.

Kathleen McCarthy is Associate Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. Her current work focuses on issues of fictionality in the work of Propertius, Horace, and Catullus.

Barbara Weinlich is Assistant Professor of Classics at Texas Tech University. She is the author of Ovids Amores: Gedichtfolge und Handlungsablauf (Stuttgart and Leipzig 1999) and of several articles on Roman love elegy. Her current research interests include early imperial literature, the classical tradition, and literary as well as critical theory. She is currently completing a book on Propertius’s third book of Elegies. [End Page 206]

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ISSN
1935-0228
Print ISSN
0160-0923
Pages
p. 206
Launched on MUSE
2011-10-01
Open Access
No
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