Giuseppe Labua

Associato
L-FIL-LET/04 ( Lingua e letteratura latina )
Scienze dell'Antichità
Stanza 5 primo piano Facoltà di Lettere
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CURRICULUM VITAE
 
GIUSEPPE LA BUA
 
Professore Associato di Lingua e Letteratura Latina
Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità
“Sapienza” Università di Roma
Piazzale Aldo Moro 5
I- 00185 Roma
Phone (office)   ++390649913821
Email: giuseppe.labua@uniroma1.it  
              
Principali interessi scientifici
 
Oratoria e retorica
Poesia augustea e Ovidio
Critica testuale
Cicerone
Religione, diritto e letteratura
 
Formazione
 
1995 Ph.D. Classics (Università di Pisa)
1989 Laurea in Lettere Classiche (Sapienza Università di Roma)                                                  
 
Posizioni lavorative e accademiche
 
2012- Professore Associato di Lingua e Letteratura Latina, Sapienza Università di Roma, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità
2010-2011 Visiting Scholar, Harvard University, Department of the Classics
2010 (Summer Term) Visiting Professor, University of Colorado at Boulder
2005 (Spring Term) Visiting Scholar, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics
2005-2012 Ricercatore di Lingua e Letteratura Latina, Sapienza Università di Roma, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità (in congedo 2010-2011)
1995-2004 Docente di Latino e Greco presso i Licei Classici
1994-2004 Cultore della Materia di Lingua e Letteratura Latina, Sapienza Università di Roma
 
Fellowships
 
2010-2011 Loeb Classical Library Foundation Fellowship
2010 FIRST Grant, University of Colorado at Boulder (Summer Term 2010)
2005 Tytus Margo Visiting Scholar Spring Term, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics
2001-2002 Assegno di Ricerca, Sapienza University of Rome
 
Pubblicazioni
 
Libri
 
1) L’inno nella letteratura poetica latina, prefazione di L. Gamberale, Drion 1, S. Severo, Gerni Editori, 1999, XVI + 537, ISBN 88-85077-49-8
Reviewed by: A. Minarini, “BStudLat” 30, 2000, f. 2, 681-687; C. Salemme, “Orpheus” n.s. 21, 1-2, 2000, 266-67; J. Dingel, “REL” 2000, 288-289; A. Perutelli, “RFIC” 128, 2000 [2002], f. 4, 4667469; B. Rochette, “Latomus” 61, 2002, f. 2, 487-489; V. Hunink, “Mnemosyne” 55, 2002, f. 3, 381-383; N. Devlin, “CR” 52, 1, 2002, 84-85; Michael C.J. Putnam, “Gnomon” 75, 2003, 451-453
 
2) Cicero and Roman Education. The Reception of the Speeches and Ancient Scholarship, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2019, ISBN 978-1-107-068582 Hardback
 
3) Cicerone. Le Catilinarie, Introduzione, traduzione e commento a cura di G. La Bua (in preparazione)
 
Curatele
 
4) G. La Bua (ed.), Vates Operose Dierum. Studi sui Fasti di Ovidio, Testi e Studi di Cultura Classica 48, ETS Press, Pisa, 2010, pp. 272, ISBN 978-884672751-0
Reviewed by: A. De Vivo, “BStudLat” 2012, f. 1, 363-8; S.J. Heyworth, “BMCR” 2013.12.21; M. Ohrman, “CR” 62, 2, 2012, 506-508
 
Articoli:
 
5)Revisioni al testo dei centoni cristiani, “Giornale Italiano di Filologia” 43, 1, 1991, 105-118
 
6) Esegesi virgiliana antica e poesia centonaria, “Atene e Roma” n.s. 38, 2-3, 1993, 99-107
 
7) Quintil. “Inst. Or.” 3, 4, 9 e la “Rhetorica ad Alexandrum”, “Giornale Italiano di Filologia” 47, 2, 1995, 271-282
 
8) La Laus Cornuti nella V Satira di Persio e Lucrezio De rerum natura III, 1-30, “Bollettino di Studi Latini” 27, 1, 1997, 82-101
 
9) A proposito di TRF inc. inc 18-19 Ribb.3  “Invigilata Lucernis” 20, 1998, 133-150
 
10) Elementi innici nelle orazioni ciceroniane, “Res Publica Litterarum” 21, 1998, 134-154
 
11) Sulla pseudo-ciceroniana Si eum P. Clodius legibus interrogasset e sull’ordine delle orazioni negli Scholia Bobiensia, “Rivista di Filologia e di Istruzione Classica” 129, 2, 2001 [2003], 161-191
 
12) Obscuritas e dissimulatio nella pro Tullio di Cicerone, “Rhetorica” 23, 3, 2005, 261-280
 
13) Diritto e retorica. Cicerone iure peritus in Seneca retore e Quintiliano, in “Ciceroniana”, Atti del XII Colloquium Tullianum, Salamanca, 7-9 ottobre 2004, Centro di Studi Ciceroniani, Roma 2006, 181-203
 
14) Laus deorum e strutture inniche nei Panegirici Latini di età imperiale, “Rhetorica” 27, 2, 2009, 142-158
 
15) Aiebat se in animo scribere (Sen. Contr. 1 praef. 18): Writing in Roman declamations, in L. Calboli Montefusco (ed.), Papers on Rhetoric X, Roma 2010, 183-199
 
16) Patronage and Education in Third-Century Gaul: Eumenius’ Panegyric for The Restoration of the Schools, “Journal of Late Antiquity” 3.2 (Fall), 2010, 300-315
 
17) Minerva Capta (Ovidio Fasti 3, 809-848), in G. La Bua (ed.), Vates Operose Dierum. Studi sui Fasti di Ovidio, Pisa 2010, 51-63
 
18) Nota a Calp. Sic. 1, 67s. (e Ovidio Fast. 1, 715s), “Eikasmòs” XXI, 2010, 239-246
 
19) Monoteismo e teologia negativa nell’innografia latina tardo-antica e nella prima innografia cristiana, “Paideia” LXV, 2010, 533-546
 
20) Audes / fatidicum verbis fallere velle deum? (Ov. Fast. 2, 261-2): l’ironia del logos nei Fasti di Ovidio, in M. Passalacqua, M. De Nonno, A.M. Morelli eds. Venuste Noster. Studi in onore di L. Gamberale, Spudasmata 147, Olms, Hildesheim-Zürich-New York 2012, 161-180
 
21) Horace’s East: Ethics and Politics, “Harvard Studies in Classical Philology” 107, 2012, 265-96
 
22) ‘Quo usque tandem cantherium patiemur istum?’ (Apul. Met. 3.27): Lucius, Catiline, and the ‘immorality’ of the human ass, “Classical Quarterly” 63.2, 2013, 854-59
 
23) ‘Mastering’ Oratory: the mock-trial in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses 3.3.1-7.1, “American Journal of Philology” 134.4, 2013, 675-701
 
24) Cicero’s Pro Milone and the ‘Demosthenic’ Style: De Optimo Genere Oratorum 10, “Greece & Rome” 61.1, 2014, 29-37
 
25) Medicina consularis: Cicerone e la cura dello stato, in P. De Paolis (ed.), Modelli educativi e formazione politica in Cicerone, Atti del V Symposium Ciceronianum, Arpino 10 Maggio 2013, Cassino 2014, 29-51
 
26) Nihil infinitum est nisi Oceanus (Sen. suas. 1, 1): il mare nelle declamazioni latine, “Maia” 67, 2, 2015, 325-339
 
27) Cicerone e l’educazione nel mondo tardoantico, “Rationes Rerum” 5, 2015, 51-59
 
28) L’epifania mancata: l’inno alla Pontica tellus in Ovid. Pont. 3.1, “Paideia” LXX, 2015, 87-101
 
29) Late Ciceronian Scholarship and Virgilian Exegesis: Servius and Ps. Asconius, “CQ” 2018 (forthcoming)
 
30) Cicero…nec prodesse tantum sed etiam amari potest (Quint. inst. 2, 5, 19): Cicerone idoneus auctor e maestro dell’arte dell’illusone in Quintiliano e nei commentari tardo-antichi, in P. De Paolis (ed.), I commenti a Cicerone, Atti del IX Symposium Ciceronianum, Arpino 12 maggio 2017, Cassino 2018, 39-62
 
31) Intratextual Readings in Ovid’s Heroides, in S. Harrison-S. Frangoulidis-T.D. Papanghelis (eds.), Intratextuality and Latin Literature, Trends in Classics, Supplementary Volume 69, 2018, 243-52
 
32) Iucundus nominis error (Ov. Ars 3, 729): Procri rustica puella nell’Ars amatoria, “Dictynna” 15, 2018 (URL: http://journals.openedition.org/dictynna/1593ISSN: 1765-3142)
 
33) Sic cecinit pro te, doctus, Minoi, Catullus ([Tib.] 3, 6, 41): voci catulliane nel ciclo di Ligdamo, “Paideia” LXXIV, 2019 (forthcoming)
 
 
Voci in volumi collettivi:
 
34) Enciclopedia Oraziana, ed. Scevola Mariotti, Roma, Istituto dell’Enciclopedia Italiana, 2, 1997:
Entries: Inno, 8, 62-68; Acrisio, 10, 296-297; Castalia, 10, 333-334; Danae, 10, 347-348;  Dirce, 10, 357-358; Peleo, 10, 461; Penteo, 10, 463-464; Pipleide/Piplea, 10, 464; Pirra, 10, 465; Sileno, 10, 486-487
 
Recensioni:
 
35) Bibliographie analytique de la prière grecque et romaine (1898-1998), par les membres du C.A.R.R.A. (Centre d’Analyse des Rhétoriques Religieuses de l’Antiquité), sous la direction de G. Freyburger et L. Pernot (Recherches sur les Rhétoriques Religieuses, 1), Turnhout, Brepols 2000, pp. 361, “RFIC” 128, fasc. 3, 2000, 381-382
 
36) Cicerone Prospettiva 2000, Atti del I Symposium Ciceronianum Arpinas, Arpino 5 maggio 2000, a cura di E. Narducci, Le Monnier, Firenze 2001, “RFIC”, 130, 3, 2002 [2005], 379-380
 
37) Interpretare Cicerone. Percorsi della critica contemporanea, Atti del II Symposium Ciceronianum Arpinas, Arpino 18 maggio 2001, a cura di E, Narducci, Le Monnier, Firenze 2002, “RFIC”, 130, 4, 2002 [2005], 505-506
 
38) Corpus de prières grecques et romaines. Textes réunis, traduits et commentés par F. Chapot et B. Laurot, Recherches sur les Rhétoriques Religieuses, 2, Turnhout, Brepols 2001, “RFIC”, 134, 2006, 126-127
 
39) Eduard Norden, Agnostos Theos. Dio Ignoto. Ricerche sulla storia della forma del discorso religioso, a cura di Chiara Ombretta Tommasi Moreschini, Morcelliana, Brescia 2002, “RFIC”, 133, 2005, 342-347
 
40) Christian Stock (ed.), Sergius (Ps.Cassiodorus) Commentarium de Oratione et de Octo Partibus Orationis Artis Secundae Donati, K. G. Saur, München-Leipzig 2005, “BMCR” 2005. 09. 55
 
41) Scott McGill, Virgil Recomposed. The Mythological and Secular Centos in Antiquity, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2005, “BMCR” 2006.03.31
 
42) Ingo Gildenhard, Paideia Romana. Cicero’s Tusculan Disputations, Cambridge Classica Journal. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society. Supplementary Volume 30, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2007, “BMCR” 2008.03.28
 
43) Antonella Tedeschi, Lezione di buon governo per un dittatore. Cicerone, Pro Marcello: saggio di commento, Scrinia 24, Bari, Edipuglia 2005, “RFIC” 136, 2008, 1, 84-91
 
44) John F. Miller, Apollo, Augustus, and the Poets, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2009, “Gnomon” 84.1, 2012, 20-25
 
45) S. Grazzini (a cura di), Scholia in Iuvenalem recentiora secundum recensiones f et c tomus I (satt. 1-6), Edizioni della Normale, Pisa 2011, “Gnomon” 86.7, 2014, 611-615
 
46) Nazario. Panegirico in onore di Costantino, a cura di Carmela Laudani, Biblioteca della tradizione classica 12, Cacucci Editore, Bari, 2014, “Athenaeum” 2018 (forthcoming)
 
Conferenze:
 
- The Zeus hymns of Cleanthes and Aratus, Sapienza Università di Roma, Aprile 1999  
- Hymns in Seneca’s Tragedies, Università L’Aquila, Maggio 1999
- The arrangement and selection of the Ciceronian works in the ancient school, Università  L’Aquila, Aprile 2000
- The paradosis  of Cicero’s De Divinatione, Università Basilicata, Maggio 2000
- Hymns in the literature of the Augustan Age, Associazione Italiana di Cultura Classica, Roma, Febbraio 2001
- The ancient commentaries on Cicero’s speeches and the ancient Ciceronian criticism, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics, April 2005
- Problems of Ciceronian Chronology, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics, May 2005
- Pseudoasconiana: ancient Ciceronian criticism and Servius’ commentary on Virgil, Sapienza Università di Roma, Dicembre 2005
- Cicero’s speeches in the ancient school, Associazione Italiana di Cultura Classica, Roma, Maggio 2007
- Leges, sed retractatum, quae causa recitandi fuit (Plin. 8.21): Orality and Writing in Pliny’s Letters, University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Classics, January 2009
- Aristocratic Ethics, Orality and Writing in Pliny’s Epistles, Viterbo, Aprile 2009
- Between Poetry and Politics: Horace and the East, Penn University Philadelphia, December 2010, Harvard University, March 2011
- Acting as Cicero and against Cicero: the mock-trial in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses 3.3-11, Princeton University, Columbia University, March 2011; University of Cincinnati, April 2011
- La negazione della sapientia. Riflessioni sulla reprehensio Ciceronis nella prima età imperiale, Università di Palermo, March 21 2017
 
Relazioni convegni Internazionali
 
- Diritto e retorica. Cicerone iure peritus in Seneca retore e Quintiliano, paper delivered at the 12th  Colloquium Tullianum, “Centro di Studi Ciceroniani”, Salamanca, October 7th-9th, 2004
- La laus deorum nei panegirici latini di età imperiale, paper delivered at the 16th Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR), Strasbourg, July 24th -28th , 2007
- The Restoration of the Schools of Autun: Rhetoric and Education in Third-Century Gaul, paper delivered at APA 140th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, January 8th -11th , 2009
- Writing in Roman Declamations, paper delivered at 17th Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR), Montreal, July 20th - 26th, 2009
- Orazio e l’Oriente tra politica e letteratura, paper delivered at the International Conference “Orientalismo Romano”, Rome, November 19th-21st, 2009
- Medicina consularis: Cicerone e la cura dello stato, paper delivered at the V Symposium Ciceronianum Arpinas, Arpino, May 10th, 2013
- Nihil infinitum est nisi Oceanus (Sen. suas. 1, 1): il mare nelle declamazioni latine, paper delivered at the International Conference “Omnia pontus erat: il mare nella letteratura latina”, Rome, January 23rd-24th, 2014
- Cicerone e l’educazione nel mondo tardoantico, paper delivered at the International Conference “Tradizione vs innovazione in età tardo antica. Letteratura, scuola, traduzione”, Rome, June 9th, 2014
- Intertestualità, parodia e immortalità della poesia: Petronio e Ovidio, paper delivered at the International Conference “Ovid: Death and Transfiguration”, Rome, March 7th -9th , 2017
- Cicero…nec prodesse tantum sed etiam amari potest (Quint. Inst. 2.5.19): Cicerone idoneus auctor e maestro dell’ ‘arte dell’illusione’ in Quintiliano e nei commentari tardo-antichi, paper delivered at the VIII Symposium Arpinas, Arpino, May 12th, 2017
- Intratextual Readings in Ovid’s Heroides’, paper delivered at 11th Trends in Classics Conference ‘Intratextuality and Roman Literature’, Thessaloniki 25-27 May 2017  
- Cicero’s Last Fight for the Republic in Greek and Roman Historians, paper delivered at 11th Celtic Classics Conference, University of St. Andrews, 11th-14th July 2018
- Celebrating the Death of Elegy: Lygdamus’ Elegies (Tib. 3.1-6), paper delivered at the International Conference “Constructing Authors and Readers in the Appendices Vergiliana, Tibulliana, and Ovidiana”, Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford, 6-8 September 2018
 
Premi
 
“Latinarum Litterarum Linguaeque Certamen Capitolinum II” con il libro “L’inno nella letteratura poetica latina” (2002)


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CURRICULUM VITAE
 
GIUSEPPE LA BUA
 
Associate Professor of Latin Literature
Department of Ancient World Studies
“Sapienza” University Rome
Piazzale Aldo Moro 5
I- 00185 Roma
Phone (office)   ++390649913821
Email: giuseppe.labua@uniroma1.it  
               
 
Main Scholarly Interests
 
Ancient Religion and Literature
Rhetoric and Oratory
Augustan poetry
Textual criticism
Receptions studies
Medicine and Politics in Antiquity
 
Education
 
1995 Ph.D. Classics (University of Pisa). Dissertation on “Hymns in Latin Poetry”
1989 Cum laude degree (laurea) in Latin Literature (Sapienza University of Rome). Thesis on “The indirect tradition of Virgil’s text”                                                  
 
Employment and Academic Positions
 
2012- Associate Professor of Latin Literature, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Ancient World Studies
2010-2011 Visiting Scholar, Harvard University, Department of the Classics
2010 (Summer Term) Visiting Professor, University of Colorado at Boulder
2005 (Spring Term) Visiting Scholar, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics
2005-2012 Assistant Professor of Latin Literature, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Ancient World Studies (on leave 2010-2011)
1995-2004 Teacher of Latin and Greek at High Secondary School
1997-2001 Post-doctoral Fellow (Latin Literature), University of Rome Lumsa
1994-1997 Post-doctoral Fellow (Roman History), University of Rome Lumsa
1994-2004 Teaching Assistant of Latin Literature, Sapienza University of Rome
 
Honours, Grants, Fellowships, and Awards
 
2010-2011 Loeb Classical Library Foundation Fellowship
2010 FIRST Grant, University of Colorado at Boulder (Summer Term 2010)
2007-2008 Research Grant, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Greek and Latin Philology
2005 Tytus Margo Visiting Scholar Spring Term, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics
2001-2002 Research Grant, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Greek and Latin Philology
 
Publications
 
Books:
 
1) L’inno nella letteratura poetica latina, prefazione di L. Gamberale, Drion 1, S. Severo, Gerni Editori, 1999, XVI + 537, ISBN 88-85077-49-8
Reviewed by: A. Minarini, “BStudLat” 30, 2000, f. 2, 681-687; C. Salemme, “Orpheus” n.s. 21, 1-2, 2000, 266-67; J. Dingel, “REL” 2000, 288-289; A. Perutelli, “RFIC” 128, 2000 [2002], f. 4, 4667469; B. Rochette, “Latomus” 61, 2002, f. 2, 487-489; V. Hunink, “Mnemosyne” 55, 2002, f. 3, 381-383; N. Devlin, “CR” 52, 1, 2002, 84-85; Michael C.J. Putnam, “Gnomon” 75, 2003, 451-453
 
2) Cicero and Roman Education. The Reception of the Speeches and Ancient Scholarship, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2019, ISBN 978-1-107-068582 Hardback
 
3) Cicerone. Le Catilinarie, Introduzione, traduzione e commento a cura di G. La Bua (in preparation)
 
Edited books:
 
4) G. La Bua (ed.), Vates Operose Dierum. Studi sui Fasti di Ovidio, Testi e Studi di Cultura Classica 48, ETS Press, Pisa, 2010, pp. 272, ISBN 978-884672751-0
Reviewed by: A. De Vivo, “BStudLat” 2012, f. 1, 363-8; S.J. Heyworth, “BMCR” 2013.12.21; M. Ohrman, “CR” 62, 2, 2012, 506-508
 
Articles:
 
5)Revisioni al testo dei centoni cristiani, “Giornale Italiano di Filologia” 43, 1, 1991, 105-118
 
6) Esegesi virgiliana antica e poesia centonaria, “Atene e Roma” n.s. 38, 2-3, 1993, 99-107
 
7) Quintil. “Inst. Or.” 3, 4, 9 e la “Rhetorica ad Alexandrum”, “Giornale Italiano di Filologia” 47, 2, 1995, 271-282
 
8) La Laus Cornuti nella V Satira di Persio e Lucrezio De rerum natura III, 1-30, “Bollettino di Studi Latini” 27, 1, 1997, 82-101
 
9) A proposito di TRF inc. inc 18-19 Ribb.3  “Invigilata Lucernis” 20, 1998, 133-150
 
10) Elementi innici nelle orazioni ciceroniane, “Res Publica Litterarum” 21, 1998, 134-154
 
11) Sulla pseudo-ciceroniana Si eum P. Clodius legibus interrogasset e sull’ordine delle orazioni negli Scholia Bobiensia, “Rivista di Filologia e di Istruzione Classica” 129, 2, 2001 [2003], 161-191
 
12) Obscuritas e dissimulatio nella pro Tullio di Cicerone, “Rhetorica” 23, 3, 2005, 261-280
 
13) Diritto e retorica. Cicerone iure peritus in Seneca retore e Quintiliano, in “Ciceroniana”, Atti del XII Colloquium Tullianum, Salamanca, 7-9 ottobre 2004, Centro di Studi Ciceroniani, Roma 2006, 181-203
 
14) Laus deorum e strutture inniche nei Panegirici Latini di età imperiale, “Rhetorica” 27, 2, 2009, 142-158
 
15) Aiebat se in animo scribere (Sen. Contr. 1 praef. 18): Writing in Roman declamations, in L. Calboli Montefusco (ed.), Papers on Rhetoric X, Roma 2010, 183-199
 
16) Patronage and Education in Third-Century Gaul: Eumenius’ Panegyric for The Restoration of the Schools, “Journal of Late Antiquity” 3.2 (Fall), 2010, 300-315
 
17) Minerva Capta (Ovidio Fasti 3, 809-848), in G. La Bua (ed.), Vates Operose Dierum. Studi sui Fasti di Ovidio, Pisa 2010, 51-63
 
18) Nota a Calp. Sic. 1, 67s. (e Ovidio Fast. 1, 715s), “Eikasmòs” XXI, 2010, 239-246
 
19) Monoteismo e teologia negativa nell’innografia latina tardo-antica e nella prima innografia cristiana, “Paideia” LXV, 2010, 533-546
 
20) Audes / fatidicum verbis fallere velle deum? (Ov. Fast. 2, 261-2): l’ironia del logos nei Fasti di Ovidio, in M. Passalacqua, M. De Nonno, A.M. Morelli eds. Venuste Noster. Studi in onore di L. Gamberale, Spudasmata 147, Olms, Hildesheim-Zürich-New York 2012, 161-180
 
21) Horace’s East: Ethics and Politics, “Harvard Studies in Classical Philology” 107, 2012, 265-96
 
22) ‘Quo usque tandem cantherium patiemur istum?’ (Apul. Met. 3.27): Lucius, Catiline, and the ‘immorality’ of the human ass, “Classical Quarterly” 63.2, 2013, 854-59
 
23) ‘Mastering’ Oratory: the mock-trial in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses 3.3.1-7.1, “American Journal of Philology” 134.4, 2013, 675-701
 
24) Cicero’s Pro Milone and the ‘Demosthenic’ Style: De Optimo Genere Oratorum 10, “Greece & Rome” 61.1, 2014, 29-37
 
25) Medicina consularis: Cicerone e la cura dello stato, in P. De Paolis (ed.), Modelli educativi e formazione politica in Cicerone, Atti del V Symposium Ciceronianum, Arpino 10 Maggio 2013, Cassino 2014, 29-51
 
26) Nihil infinitum est nisi Oceanus (Sen. suas. 1, 1): il mare nelle declamazioni latine, “Maia” 67, 2, 2015, 325-339
 
27) Cicerone e l’educazione nel mondo tardoantico, “Rationes Rerum” 5, 2015, 51-59
 
28) L’epifania mancata: l’inno alla Pontica tellus in Ovid. Pont. 3.1, “Paideia” LXX, 2015, 87-101
 
29) Late Ciceronian Scholarship and Virgilian Exegesis: Servius and Ps. Asconius, “CQ” 2018 (forthcoming)
 
30) Cicero…nec prodesse tantum sed etiam amari potest (Quint. inst. 2, 5, 19): Cicerone idoneus auctor e maestro dell’arte dell’illusone in Quintiliano e nei commentari tardo-antichi, in P. De Paolis (ed.), I commenti a Cicerone, Atti del IX Symposium Ciceronianum, Arpino 12 maggio 2017, Cassino 2018, 39-62
 
31) Intratextual Readings in Ovid’s Heroides, in S. Harrison-S. Frangoulidis-T.D. Papanghelis (eds.), Intratextuality and Latin Literature, Trends in Classics, Supplementary Volume 69, 2018, 243-52
 
32) Iucundus nominis error (Ov. Ars 3, 729): Procri rustica puella nell’Ars amatoria, “Dictynna” 15, 2018 (URL: http://journals.openedition.org/dictynna/1593ISSN: 1765-3142)
 
33) Sic cecinit pro te, doctus, Minoi, Catullus ([Tib.] 3, 6, 41): voci catulliane nel ciclo di Ligdamo, “Paideia” LXXIV, 2019 (forthcoming)
 
 
Chapters in Collaborative Works:
 
34) Enciclopedia Oraziana, ed. Scevola Mariotti, Roma, Istituto dell’Enciclopedia Italiana, 2, 1997:
Entries: Inno, 8, 62-68; Acrisio, 10, 296-297; Castalia, 10, 333-334; Danae, 10, 347-348;  Dirce, 10, 357-358; Peleo, 10, 461; Penteo, 10, 463-464; Pipleide/Piplea, 10, 464; Pirra, 10, 465; Sileno, 10, 486-487
 
Book reviews:
 
35) Bibliographie analytique de la prière grecque et romaine (1898-1998), par les membres du C.A.R.R.A. (Centre d’Analyse des Rhétoriques Religieuses de l’Antiquité), sous la direction de G. Freyburger et L. Pernot (Recherches sur les Rhétoriques Religieuses, 1), Turnhout, Brepols 2000, pp. 361, “RFIC” 128, fasc. 3, 2000, 381-382
 
36) Cicerone Prospettiva 2000, Atti del I Symposium Ciceronianum Arpinas, Arpino 5 maggio 2000, a cura di E. Narducci, Le Monnier, Firenze 2001, “RFIC”, 130, 3, 2002 [2005], 379-380
 
37) Interpretare Cicerone. Percorsi della critica contemporanea, Atti del II Symposium Ciceronianum Arpinas, Arpino 18 maggio 2001, a cura di E, Narducci, Le Monnier, Firenze 2002, “RFIC”, 130, 4, 2002 [2005], 505-506
 
38) Corpus de prières grecques et romaines. Textes réunis, traduits et commentés par F. Chapot et B. Laurot, Recherches sur les Rhétoriques Religieuses, 2, Turnhout, Brepols 2001, “RFIC”, 134, 2006, 126-127
 
39) Eduard Norden, Agnostos Theos. Dio Ignoto. Ricerche sulla storia della forma del discorso religioso, a cura di Chiara Ombretta Tommasi Moreschini, Morcelliana, Brescia 2002, “RFIC”, 133, 2005, 342-347
 
40) Christian Stock (ed.), Sergius (Ps.Cassiodorus) Commentarium de Oratione et de Octo Partibus Orationis Artis Secundae Donati, K. G. Saur, München-Leipzig 2005, “BMCR” 2005. 09. 55
 
41) Scott McGill, Virgil Recomposed. The Mythological and Secular Centos in Antiquity, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2005, “BMCR” 2006.03.31
 
42) Ingo Gildenhard, Paideia Romana. Cicero’s Tusculan Disputations, Cambridge Classica Journal. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society. Supplementary Volume 30, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2007, “BMCR” 2008.03.28
 
43) Antonella Tedeschi, Lezione di buon governo per un dittatore. Cicerone, Pro Marcello: saggio di commento, Scrinia 24, Bari, Edipuglia 2005, “RFIC” 136, 2008, 1, 84-91
 
44) John F. Miller, Apollo, Augustus, and the Poets, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2009, “Gnomon” 84.1, 2012, 20-25
 
45) S. Grazzini (a cura di), Scholia in Iuvenalem recentiora secundum recensiones f et c tomus I (satt. 1-6), Edizioni della Normale, Pisa 2011, “Gnomon” 86.7, 2014, 611-615
 
46) Nazario. Panegirico in onore di Costantino, a cura di Carmela Laudani, Biblioteca della tradizione classica 12, Cacucci Editore, Bari, 2014, “Athenaeum” 2018 (forthcoming)
 
 
 
Public Lectures
 
- The Zeus hymns of Cleanthes and Aratus, Sapienza University of Rome, April 1999  
- Hymns in Seneca’s Tragedies, University of L’Aquila, Department of Classics, May 1999
- The arrangement and selection of the Ciceronian works in the ancient school, University of  L’Aquila, Department of Classics, April 2000
- The paradosis  of Cicero’s De Divinatione, University of Basilicata, Department of Classics, May 2000
- Hymns in the literature of the Augustan Age, Italian Association of Classical Culture, Rome, February 2001
- The ancient commentaries on Cicero’s speeches and the ancient Ciceronian criticism, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics, April 2005
- Problems of Ciceronian Chronology, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics, May 2005
- Pseudoasconiana: ancient Ciceronian criticism and Servius’ commentary on Virgil, Sapienza University of Rome, December 2005
- Cicero’s speeches in the ancient school, Italian Association of Classical Culture, Rome, May 2007
- Leges, sed retractatum, quae causa recitandi fuit (Plin. 8.21): Orality and Writing in Pliny’s Letters, University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Classics, January 2009
- Aristocratic Ethics, Orality and Writing in Pliny’s Epistles, Italian Association of Classical Culture, Viterbo, April 2009
- Between Poetry and Politics: Horace and the East, Penn University Philadelphia, December 2010, Harvard University, March 2011
- Acting as Cicero and against Cicero: the mock-trial in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses 3.3-11, Princeton University, Columbia University, March 2011; University of Cincinnati, April 2011
- La negazione della sapientia. Riflessioni sulla reprehensio Ciceronis nella prima età imperiale, Università di Palermo, March 21 2017
 
Conference Papers
 
- Diritto e retorica. Cicerone iure peritus in Seneca retore e Quintiliano, paper delivered at the 12th  Colloquium Tullianum, “Centro di Studi Ciceroniani”, Salamanca, October 7th-9th, 2004
- La laus deorum nei panegirici latini di età imperiale, paper delivered at the 16th Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR), Strasbourg, July 24th -28th , 2007
- The Restoration of the Schools of Autun: Rhetoric and Education in Third-Century Gaul, paper delivered at APA 140th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, January 8th -11th , 2009
- Writing in Roman Declamations, paper delivered at 17th Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR), Montreal, July 20th - 26th, 2009
- Orazio e l’Oriente tra politica e letteratura, paper delivered at the International Conference “Orientalismo Romano”, Rome, November 19th-21st, 2009
- Medicina consularis: Cicerone e la cura dello stato, paper delivered at the V Symposium Ciceronianum Arpinas, Arpino, May 10th, 2013
- Nihil infinitum est nisi Oceanus (Sen. suas. 1, 1): il mare nelle declamazioni latine, paper delivered at the International Conference “Omnia pontus erat: il mare nella letteratura latina”, Rome, January 23rd-24th, 2014
- Cicerone e l’educazione nel mondo tardoantico, paper delivered at the International Conference “Tradizione vs innovazione in età tardo antica. Letteratura, scuola, traduzione”, Rome, June 9th, 2014
- Intertestualità, parodia e immortalità della poesia: Petronio e Ovidio, paper delivered at the International Conference “Ovid: Death and Transfiguration”, Rome, March 7th -9th , 2017
- Cicero…nec prodesse tantum sed etiam amari potest (Quint. Inst. 2.5.19): Cicerone idoneus auctor e maestro dell’ ‘arte dell’illusione’ in Quintiliano e nei commentari tardo-antichi, paper delivered at the VIII Symposium Arpinas, Arpino, May 12th, 2017
- Intratextual Readings in Ovid’s Heroides’, paper delivered at 11th Trends in Classics Conference ‘Intratextuality and Roman Literature’, Thessaloniki 25-27 May 2017  
- Cicero’s Last Fight for the Republic in Greek and Roman Historians, paper delivered at 11th Celtic Classics Conference, University of St. Andrews, 11th-14th July 2018
- Celebrating the Death of Elegy: Lygdamus’ Elegies (Tib. 3.1-6), paper delivered at the International Conference “Constructing Authors and Readers in the Appendices Vergiliana, Tibulliana, and Ovidiana”, Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford, 6-8 September 2018
 
Research in Progress
 
Ciceronian oratory and Roman Education in Late Antiquity
Law, rhetoric, and philosophy in Late Antiquity
Medicine and Politics in Latin Literature
Reception of Ovid’s elegiac works
Roman Elegy and Augustan Poetry
 
Teaching Chronicle
 
Courses taught:
Introduction to Roman History  undergraduate course 1994-1995 (University Rome Lumsa)
Ancient Roman Biography  undergraduate course 1995-1996 (University Rome Lumsa)
The Roman world in the Age of Augustus  undergraduate course 1996-1997 (University Rome Lumsa)
Introduction to Latin Poetry   undergraduate course 1997-1998 (University Rome Lumsa)
Latin Prosody and Stylistics   undergraduate course 1998-1999 (University Rome Lumsa)
Latin Verse Authors   undergraduate course 1999-2000 (University Rome Lumsa)
Latin Verse Authors   undergraduate course 2000-2001 (University Rome Lumsa)
Survey of Latin literature undergraduate course 2005-2006 Fall Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Cicero’s Caesarian Speeches undergraduate course 2005-2006 Spring Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Latin Epistles I  graduate course 2006-2007 Fall Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Latin Epistles II graduate course 2006-2007 Spring Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Horace’s Odes undergraduate course 2007-2008 Fall Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Ovid’s Fasti undergraduate course 2007-2008 Spring Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Literature and Power in the Roman World I graduate course 2008-2009 Fall Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Literature and Power in the Roman World II graduate course 2008-2009 Spring Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Apuleius’ Golden Assundergraduate course 2009-2010 Fall Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Lucan’s Civil Wargraduate course 2009-2010 Spring Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Masterpieces of Roman Literature in Translation, undergraduate course, Summer Term 2010 (University of Colorado at Boulder)
Lucretius’ On the Nature of Things, graduate course 2011-2012, Spring Term (Sapienza University Rome)
Cicero’s Catilinarians, undergraduate course 2012-2013, Fall Term (Sapienza University Rome)
The Poetics of Exile in Latin Literature, graduate course 2012-2013 Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Latin Prose, undergraduate course 2013-2014, Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Catullus’ poetry, graduate course 2013-2014, Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Cicero’s Philosophy, undergraduate course 2014-2015, Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Petronius’ Satyrica, graduate course 2014-2015, Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Cicero’s Philippics, undergraduate course 2015-2016 Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Ovid’s Heroides, graduate course 2015-2016 Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Roman Oratory from late Republic to early imperial age, undergraduate course 2016-2017 Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Seneca’s Tragedies, graduate course 2016-2017 Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Horace’s Poems, undergraduate course 2017-2018 Fall Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Cicero’s pro Milone and pro Caelio, undergraduate course 2017-2018 Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
Ovid’s Ars Amatoria, graduate course 2017-2018 Spring Term (Sapienza University of Rome)
 
 
Distinctions and Membership
 
- Prize-winner of the “Latinarum Litterarum Linguaeque Certamen Capitolinum II” (sponsored by the Roman Studies Institute) with the book “L’inno nella letteratura poetica latina”
- Member of the SIAC (Societé Internationale des Amis de Cicéron)
- Member of the Network for Oratory and Politics
 
References
 
Robert Kaster
Kennedy Foundation Professor of Latin Language and Literature, Professor of Classics
Department of Classics
Princeton University
kaster@princeton.edu
 
Peter Knox
Professor of Classics
Department of Classics
University of Colorado Boulder
peter.knox@colorado.edu
 
Joseph Farrell
Professor of Classical Studies
Department of Classical Studies
University of Pennsylvania
jfarrell@sas.upenn.edu
 
 


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