The Metamorphic Landscape: Cosmogony, Intertextuality, Catastrophe in Ovid's Fiction


Location: O'Shaughnessy Hall, Room 114

W. Martin Bloomer, associate professor, Department of Classics, Notre Dame

Bloomer’s chief areas of research are in Latin literature, ancient rhetoric, and ancient education. His books include Valerius Maximus and the Rhetoric of the New Nobility (Chapel Hill, 1993), Latinity and Literary Society at Rome (Philadelphia, 1997), The Contest of Language (Notre Dame, 2005), and The School of Rome (University of California Press, forthcoming).

Sponsored by the Department of Classics