Dan Curley 2013

Dan Curley
Associate Professor of Classics

Office: 210 Ladd Hall
Telephone: 518-580-5400
Email: dcurley@skidmore.edu


EDUCATION:

  • Ph.D., University of Washington (1999).
  • A.M., Washington University in Saint Louis (1991).
  • B.A., Beloit College (1988).

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION:

Metatheater: Heroines and Ephebes in Ovid’s Metamorphoses. (Director, S. Hinds.)

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS:

  • Latin poetry of late republic and early empire.
  • Publius Ovidius Naso and his reception.
  • Rome and Roman topography through the ages.
  • Greek and Roman drama, especially tragedy.
  • Ancient biography and life-writing.
  • Classical myth on film.

SELECT PUBLICATIONS:

  • (under contract for Wiley-Blackwell) Classical Myth on Film.
  • (in prep.) "Clash of the Titans: Divine Handiwork, Divine Myth."
  • 2013. Tragedy in Ovid. Cambridge University Press.
  • 2004. "The Alcaic Kid (Horace, Odes 3.13)." CW 97:137–52.
  • 2003. "Ovid's Tereus." In Shards from Kolonos, 163-97. Bari.
  • 1997. "A Dialogue between Mother and Son." CQ 47: 320–2.

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