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Name Alison Rosenblitt
Position Senior Lecturer
Institutional Affiliation Regent's Park College, University of Oxford
Latitude 51.7567888
Longitude -1.263202
Research Interests

Sallust, late Republican political history, Roman historiography

Websites http://www.rpc.ox.ac.uk/alison-rosenblitt/


E.E. Cummings Modernism and the Classics: Each Imperishable Stanza, Classcial Presences Series (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016)


‘Hostile Politics: Sallust and the rhetoric of popular champions in the late republic’, American Journal of Philology, 137 (2016), 655-88

‘The Turning Tide: the politics of the year 79 BC’, Transactions of the American Philological Association, 144 (2014), 415-44

‘“a twilight smelling of Vergil”: E.E. Cummings, Classics, and the Great War’, Greece & Rome, 61 (2014), 242-60

‘Pretentious Scansion, Fascist Aesthetics, and a Father-Complex for Joyce: E.E. Cummings on Sapphics and Ezra Pound’, Cambridge Classical Journal, 59 (2013), 178-98

‘Sallust’s Historiae and the voice of Sallust’s Lepidus’, Arethusa, 46 (2013), 447-70

‘Rome and North Korea: totalitarian questions’, Greece & Rome, 59 (2012), 202-13

‘The “devotio” of Sallust’s Cotta’, American Journal of Philology, 132 (2011), 397-427

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