Timothy Robinson received Javits and Mellon fellowships to attend Yale (PhD in Classics, 1994), where he has taught in several departments. He is currently at work on studies of Euripidean and Senecan tragedy.
Language instruction, Latin and Greek literature.
Greek and Latin Poetry.
Selected Recent Publications
- “Adaptations of the Sapphic Strophe by Catullus and Horace.” Paideia LXXIII (2018) 1–21
- “In the Court of Time: The Reckoning of a Monster in the Apocolocyntosis of Seneca.” Arethusa 38 (2005) 223–57
- “Under the Cover of Epic: Pretexts, Subtexts and Textiles in Catullus’ Carmen 64.” Ramus 35 (2006) 29–62
- “Arrhythmia or Dysrhythmia, and Other Conventions.” Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology 38 (2015) 413–14. With John D. Fisher