Department of Classics
Faculty - Angeline Chiu, Assistant Professor
Angeline Chiu, Assistant Professor
- Ph.D., Princeton University, 2007
- Curriculum Vitae (PDF)
Area of expertise
Latin poetry, particularly epic and Ovid, Roman topography, all aspects of the Augustan period, Greek and Roman drama, the classical tradition
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (802) 656-8613
Office: Room 302, 481 Main Street
Office Hours: Fall 2010 - MWF 1:00-2:45 and by appointment
I am a UVM alumna (MA in Greek and Latin, 2000) who returned to Vermont in 2006 after finishing my PhD at Princeton with a dissertation on Ovid. I teach courses in all levels of Greek and Latin language and literature; recent and forthcoming courses include Classical Mythology, Shakespeare and the Classical Tradition, Intermediate Latin, Elementary Greek, and Roman Lyric Poetry. My academic interests include the literature and history of the late Republican and Augustan periods, Roman epic, Greek and Roman theater, Roman topography with emphasis on literary and historical context, and the classical tradition. Aside from classics, my interests include science fiction, Shakespeare, cooking, and movies and pop culture.
"Generata e Sanguine: The Motivations of Anna Perenna in Silius Italicus, Punica 8." New England Classical Journal 38.1 (2011) 3-23.
"The Importance of Being Julia: Historical Revision and the Mutable Past in Lucan's Pharsalia." Classical Journal, 105.4 (2010) 343-60.
"Caught in Time: Creusa, Iphigenia, and Resolving the Past in Euripides' Ion and Iphigenia in Tauris." In Text and Presentation 2004. Stratos Constantinidis, ed. Jefferson and London, 2005. 5-19.
Recent Conference Papers:
“‘A Touch Too Cerebral For That Audience’: Eulogizing Caesar in Rome, Season 2.” 108th Classical Association of the Middle, West, and South Annual Meeting, 28-31 March, 2012, Baton Rouge, LA.
“The Edge of Story: Reading the Marginalia in Ben Jonson’s Sejanus: His Fall.” 106th Annual Classical Association of New England Meeting, 16-17 March, 2012, Needham, MA.
“Pandora’s TARDIS: The Case Study of a Classical Myth in ‘Doctor Who.’” 3rd Annual Joint Meeting of the Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations, 20-23 April, 2011, San Antonio, TX.
“Crimes of Fashion: Vestal Virgins, Elegiac Puellae, and Claudia Quinta in Ovid Fasti 4.” 107th Classical Association of the Middle, West, and South Annual Meeting, 6-9 April, 2011, Grand Rapids, MI.
“I Am More an Antique Roman Than a Dane”: Classical References in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” 105th Annual Classical Association of New England Meeting, 18-19 March, 2011, Mount Holyoke, MA.