New CAS Faculty
Assistant Professor of Classics
Angeline Chiu, Assistant Professor of Classics, is currently completing her Ph.D. from Princeton. She holds a B.A. in English and History from Baylor University (1997) and an M.A. in Greek and Latin from UVM (2000), and she is delighted to be back in Burlington.
Her research interests often combine the study of literature with other areas such as history and topography, and they include Latin poets of the Augustan age such as Virgil, Horace, and Ovid; the interaction between Latin literature and physical art, architecture, and locations; and the classical tradition, particularly Shakespeare.
She has published research in Greek tragedy and is completing her dissertation, entitled Calendar Girls: Women, Genre, and Roman Identity in Ovid's Fasti, focusing on the poet Ovid and his literary adaptation of the Roman calendar.
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