Names, Affiliations and Research Interests



Dr Andreas Abele

University of Tübingen


Interaction of prose and poetry in late Latin epistolography


Dr Valéry Berlincourt

Universität Basel & Université de Genève


Claudian, intertextuality, self-allusion, epic, panegyric


Lynton Boshoff

University of Oxford


Dracontius, Ennodius, epic, panegyric, post-Roman West, reception of late antiquity


Elena Castelnuovo

University of Milan


Prudentius, Ausonius, hymnody, genre, intervisuality


Dr Clare Coombe

The Oratory School, Reading


Claudian, Luxorius, Prudentius


Dr Maria Jennifer Falcone

University of Erlangen


Dracontius, Satisfactio, Intertextuality


Prof. Ian Fielding

University of Michigan


Ovid in late antiquity, Paulinus of Nola, late antique Campania


Dr Frances Foster

University of Cambridge


Servius, Claudian, Rutilius Namatianus, history


Prof. Florence Garambois Vasquez

Université de Lyon


Ausonius, Claudian, Latin Anthology, intertext, voices, late antique poetry, ekphrasis


Fernando Gorab Leme

University of Michigan


Prudentius, Claudian, reception


Dr Michael Hanaghan

University College Cork


Sidonius Apollinaris, panegyric, epideixis, intertextuality, visuality, reader response


Prof. Joshua Hartman

Kalamazoo College


Memory and identity, Latin poetry, allusion


Dr Helen Kaufmann

Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford


Intertextuality, genre, local identity, North African poetry, Dracontius


Prof. Gavin Kelly

University of Edinburgh


Claudian, Rutilius Namatianus Sidonius, late antique prose literature and political history


Prof. Robert Kirstein

University of Tübingen


Latin poetry, narratology


Lorenzo Livorsi

University of Reading


Venantius Fortunatus, praise poetry, hagiography, biblical epic


Dr Francesco Lubian

Independent scholar


Ambrose, biblical poetry, intermediality


Prof. Scott McGill

Rice University


Late Latin poetry, Juvencus, biblical epic, centos, reception, reception of Virgil


Dr Victoria Moul

King's College London


Reading, reception and imitation of late Latin poetry in the early modern period; especially Claudian


Prof. Carole Newlands

University of Colorado Boulder


Venantius Fortunatus, ecphrasis


Prof. Cillian O'Hogan

University of British Columbia


Prudentius, Claudian, intertextuality, transmission, reception, history of the book


Dr Marco Onorato

University of Messina


Sidonius Apollinaris, Claudian, Rutilius Namatianus, Ausonius, intertextuality and metaliterature, ekphrasis


Prof. Joseph Pucci

Brown University


Later and medieval Latin language and literatures


Katharina Pohl

Bergische Universität Wuppertal


Dracontius, panegyric, late Latin literature


Prof. Michael Roberts

Wesleyan University 


Late Latin poetry, rhetoric


Cédric Roduit

Université de Lausanne


Sedulius, hagiography


Giulia Sagliardi

University of Edinburgh


Claudian, intertextuality, genre, epic



PD Dr Petra Schierl

University of Basel


Bucolic poetry, panegyric, Christian poetry, Rutilius Namatianus


Dr Hedwig Schmalzgruber

University of Potsdam


Biblical epic, Heptateuch poet ("Cyprianus Gallus")


Dr Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed

Uppsala University


Late antique culture and its modern reception


Prof. Christoph Schubert

University of Erlangen


Commodianus, panegyric, biblical epic


Prof. Brian Sowers

Brooklyn College of the City University of New York


Ausonius, Christian poetry, centos, reception


Ann-Kathrin Staehle

University of Basel


Sidonius Apollinaris, myths, intertextuality


David Ungvary

Harvard University


Christian Latin poetry, post-Roman identity, asceticism, history and theory of authorship


Dr Joop van Waarden

University of Amsterdam


Late antiquity, early Christianity, Sidonius Apollinaris


Dr Berenice Verhelst

Ghent University


Epic, epyllia, Dracontius, Aegritudo Perdicae



Dr Catherine Ware

University College Cork


Claudian, panegyric, intertextuality


Gerben Wartena

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam


Biblical epic, Sedulius, early Christianity, late Latin literature


Dr Hope Williard

University of Lincoln Library



Venantius Fortunatus, Merovingian kingdom, epistolography