Richard Monti

Richard Monti

Professor

Office: Curtin Hall 809
Phone: 414-229-6859
e-mail: rmonti@uwm.edu
Curriculum Vitae: PDF - 42KB

Education:

Ph.D., Harvard University
M.A., University of Chicago

Selection of Courses Taught:

Classics 202: Introduction to Roman Life and Literature - Syllabus (pdf 47kb)
Greek 502: Readings in Greek Poetry: Aeschylus - Syllabus (pdf 39kb)
Latin 306: Fourth Semester Latin - Syllabus (pdf 52kb)
Latin 502: Readings in Latin Poetry: Plautus and Terence - Syllabus (pdf 56kb)

Teaching Interests:

Latin language, literature, culture, Greek and Latin drama.

Research Interests:

Latin poetry; art, archaeology, and culture of ancient Campania and the Phlegraean Fields.

Representative Publications or Papers:

“Poetry, Rhetoric, and Science: The Case of Plaustra Bootes.” Mnemosyne 64 (2011), 6900 words. (Forthcoming)
“In the Manner of the Beast: Aen. 4.550-551,” Classical Association of the Middle West and South, April 1, 2005, Madison, Wisconsin
"The Identification of Vergil's Cave of the Cumaean Sibyl 'in Aeneid 6," Vergilius 40 (1994) 19 34.