We are pleased to announce that Richard Tarrant, the Pope Professor of the Latin Language and Literature at Harvard University, will serve as the faculty consultant for Latin 393: Literature of the Neronian Period. Professor Tarrant’s main areas of interest include Latin poetry and Greek and Roman tragedy. He has written commentaries of Seneca’s Agamemnon (Cambridge UP 1977) and Thyestes (Scholars Press 1985). In 2004, he completed a critical edition of Ovid’s Metamorphoses (Oxford Classical Texts). Currently, he is writing a commentary on Aeneid XII, and a book on Horace’s Odes. For more information, please see his faculty page.
More information about the Faculty Development Seminars in June is available here.