Megan O. Drinkwater
Associate Professor of Classics and Chair
Office Hours: Monday & Tuesday, 2:30-3:30
and by appointment
Teaching and Scholarly Interests
Professor Drinkwater's interests include Roman Literature, Gender Performance, Roman Social History, Genre Studies.
Professor Drinkwater's publications include an article titled "His Turn to Cry: Tibullus' Marathus Cycle (1.4, 1.8 and 1.9) and Roman Elegy" in The Classical Journal 107.2 (2012), a revised edition of Amy Barbour's Selections from Herodotus (U. Oklahoma Press, 2011) and “Which Letter? Text and Subtext in Ovid's Heroides”, American Journal of Philology (128: 3 (2007). Forthcoming publications include a chapter on the militia amoris for the Cambridge Companion to Latin Love Elegy and an article titled “The Woman's Part: The Speaking Beloved in Roman Elegy” that will appear in The Classical Quarterly in 2013-14. She is an active ongoing participant in the Sunoikisis Classics Consortium and teaches in their collaborative inter-campus courses in advanced Latin on a regular basis.