Sarah McCallum

Lecturer

In my research, I focus on issues of genre, aesthetics, and literary inheritance in the Roman poetic tradition. I am particularly interested in Roman poetry of the first century BCE, and its relationship with Greek models ranging from the Homeric epics to Theocritus, Apollonius, and Hellenistic epigram. 

Personal Website
317 Reed Hall
HB 6086
Department:
Classics
Education:
Ph.D. Classics University of Toronto 2012
M.A. Classics University of Toronto 2008

Selected Publications

“Elegiac Amor and Mors in Vergil’s ‘Italian Iliad’: A Case Study (Verg. Aen. 10.185–193).” CQ 65.2 (2015): 693–703.

Heu Ligurine: Echoes of Vergil in Horace Odes 4.1.” Vergilius 61 (2015): 29–42.

Primus Pastor: The Origins of Pastoral Programme in Ovid’s Metamorphoses.” In Roman Literary Cultures:
 Domestic Politics, Revolutionary Poetics, Civic Spectacle. J. Edmondson and A. Keith, eds. University of Toronto Press, 2016.