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Dr John Garthwaite (Senior Lecturer)

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Office 5N8, Arts Building
Tel +64 3 479 8715
Email john.garthwaite@otago.ac.nz

Academic Qualifications

PhD, Cornell University
MA, Cornell University
BA, University of Leicester

Background and Research Interests

John graduated from Leicester and Cornell. He teaches Greek mythology, as well as Latin language and literature. His research interests are in Roman literature of the Flavian period, especially the poets Martial and Statius.

Teaching

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Publications

Garthwaite, J. (2011). The Keres of the Athenian Anthesteria and Near Eastern counterparts. Scholia [2010], 19, 2-13.

Dominik, W. J., Garthwaite, J., & Roche, P. A. (Eds.). (2009). Writing politics in Imperial Rome. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 539p.

Dominik, W. J., Garthwaite, J., & Roche, P. (2009). Preface. In W. J. Dominik, J. Garthwaite & P. A. Roche (Eds.), Writing politics in Imperial Rome. (pp. xi-xii). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Garthwaite, J., & Martin, B. (2009). Visions of gold: Hopes for the new age in Calpurnius Siculus' Eclogues. In W. J. Dominik, J. Garthwaite & P. A. Roche (Eds.), Writing politics in Imperial Rome. (pp. 307-322). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Dominik, W. J., Garthwaite, J., & Roche, P. (2009). Writing imperial politics: The context. In W. J. Dominik, J. Garthwaite & P. A. Roche (Eds.), Writing politics in Imperial Rome. (pp. 1-21). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Edited Book - Research

Dominik, W. J., Garthwaite, J., & Roche, P. A. (Eds.). (2009). Writing politics in Imperial Rome. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 539p.

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Chapter in Book - Research

Dominik, W. J., Garthwaite, J., & Roche, P. (2009). Preface. In W. J. Dominik, J. Garthwaite & P. A. Roche (Eds.), Writing politics in Imperial Rome. (pp. xi-xii). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Dominik, W. J., Garthwaite, J., & Roche, P. (2009). Writing imperial politics: The context. In W. J. Dominik, J. Garthwaite & P. A. Roche (Eds.), Writing politics in Imperial Rome. (pp. 1-21). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Garthwaite, J., & Martin, B. (2009). Visions of gold: Hopes for the new age in Calpurnius Siculus' Eclogues. In W. J. Dominik, J. Garthwaite & P. A. Roche (Eds.), Writing politics in Imperial Rome. (pp. 307-322). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Garthwaite, J. (2009). Ludimus Innocui: Interpreting Martial's imperial epigrams. In W. J. Dominik, J. Garthwaite & P. A. Roche (Eds.), Writing politics in Imperial Rome. (pp. 405-428). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Garthwaite, J. (2006). The context and content of Martial, Book 3. In C. Deroux (Ed.), Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History XIII. (pp. 405-416). Brussels: Editions Latomus.

Garthwaite, J. (1998). Putting a price on praise: Martial's debate with Domitian in Book 5. In F. Grewing (Ed.), Toto notus in orbe: Perspektiven der Martial-Interpretation. (pp. 157-172). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.

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Journal - Research Article

Garthwaite, J. (2011). The Keres of the Athenian Anthesteria and Near Eastern counterparts. Scholia [2010], 19, 2-13.

Garthwaite, J. (2001). Theatre sports and Martial's Literary Epigrams, Book One. Antichthon, 35, 70-83.

Garthwaite, J. (2001). Reevaluating epigrammatic cycles in Martial Book 2. Ramus, 30, 46-55.

Garthwaite, J. (1998). Patronage and poetic immortality in Martial, Book 9. Mnemosyne, LI, 161-175.

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Conference Contribution - Verbal presentation and other Conference outputs

Garthwaite, J. (2009, June). Calpurnius and the new Golden Age. Verbal presentation at the Australasian 'From Nero to Hadrian' Symposium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Garthwaite, J. (2009, July). Utopia regained in Calpurnius' Eclogues? Verbal presentation at the Pacific Rim Roman Literature Seminar: Utopia and Dystopia in Roman Literature, London, UK.

Garthwaite, J. (2006, August). Martial and the politics of panegyric. Verbal presentation at the 20th Pacific Rim Roman Literature Seminar, San Diego, CA.

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