Thomas Munro ’19

Thomas is a first-year student on the Classical Philology track. He received his BA from Oxford University, where he wrote dissertations on the reception of Homer in the poetry of Christopher Logue and Derek Walcott, and the reception of Moschus’s Europa in Achilles Tatius’ novel Leucippe and Cleitophon.

He is primarily interested in the reception of the classical world holistically in contemporary society. Other research interests include Hellenistic poetry and the ancient novel.