Dr. Scott DiGiulio

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Dr. Scott DiGiulio

Assistant Professor

1300 Lee Hall

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Education

Ph.D. in Classics, Brown University (2015)


Joined CMLL in: 

2016

Research Interests

  • Roman imperial literature
  • Intellectual culture of the High Roman Empire
  • Miscellaneous literature
  • Ancient reading practice
  • Digital epigraphy

Teaching Interests

  • Latin literature
  • Greek literature
  • Roman history
  • Ancient drama
  • Ancient mythology

Notable Awards

  • Research Scholarship for Young Researchers, Fondation Hardt, 2017
  • France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies Conference Grant, with I. Kuin (University of Groningen), and J. Arthur-Montagne (High Point University), 2015
  • Fellow, Venice International University Advanced Seminar in the Humanities, 2013-2014

Recent Publications:

“Gellius’ Strategies of Reading (Gellius): Miscellany and the Active Reader in Noctes Atticae Book 2.” Classical Philology (forthcoming).

Other Languages

Reading proficiency in German, French, and Italian

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