Sunday, December 07, 2008

Edward Champlin, Princeton

Phone: 609-258-3959

B.A. Toronto ’70, D.Phil. Oxford ’76.

Professor Champlin works
on Roman social and literary history of the late Republic and early
Empire, and on Roman law. His books include Fronto and Antonine
; Final Judgments: Duty and Emotion in Roman Wills;
and Nero. He is currently interested in the uses of myth
in Roman public and private life.

Other Publications:

“Phaedrus the Fabulous”, Journal of Roman Studies 95 (2005) 97-123