Kerill N. O'Neill
Sabbatical: 09/01/2017 - 08/31/2018
Julian D. Taylor Associate Professor of Classics
Ph.D. Cornell University
B.A. Trinity College, Dublin
Areas of Expertise
- Latin Love Poetry
- Ancient Magic
- Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeology
Field Director of the Mitrou Archaeological Project (MAP), a multi-year excavation project run in co-operation with the University of Tennessee and the Greek Archaeological Service.
Kerill O'Neill, the Julian D. Taylor Asociate Professor of Classics, is author of articles in the American Journal of Philology, Phoenix, Hermathena, Hesperia, the Journal of Classical and Modern Languages, Mnemosyne, the Classical Journal, and Amphora. He is currently working on a book manuscript entitled "Songs of the Magic Muse: Erotic Magic and the Discourse of Latin Love Elegy."
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