Dr Nicolo' D'Alconzo
I was born in Padova, where, some time later, I also learnt Greek and Latin and completed a BA and an MA in Classics. I spent some beautiful years in Swansea for my PhD, and I came to Exeter in September 2015.
My main area of interest is the Greek novel, and, more broadly, literature of the Imperial time. In my doctoral thesis I have analysed works of art as a unifying feature of the novels, which has expanded my field of research to ekphrasis and rhetorical theory and practice, and also to iconography and theory of art.
Office hours: Tuesday 9:30-10:30, Thursday 9:30-10:30. Amory B378
- Greek novels
- Literature of the Imperial age
- Rhetorical theory and pactice
- 'Concepts and Conceptions. Reading Aithiopika 10,14,7', forthcoming.
- Review of S.J. Harrison, Framing the Ass: Literary Texture in Aulius' Metamorphoses, Oxfrd, 2013. Journa of ClssicalTeacig 16 (31),2015.
- 'A Dypticby Evanthes: Andromeda and Prometheus (Ach. Tat. 3,6-8)', Ancient Narrative 11, 2014.
- CLA1006 - Greek and Roman Drama
- CLA1204 - Classical Language and Texts: Greek III
- CLA1251 - Classical Language and Texts: Latin I
- CLA1254 - Classical Language and Texts: Latin III
- CLA1409 - Text and Context: Flavian Rome through the eyes of Martial and Statius
- CLA3007 - The Crisis of the Athenian Polis
- CLA3018 - Neronian Literature and Society
- CLA3270 - Classical Language and Texts: Greek V: Epic
- CLAM111 - Ancient Drama in its Social and Cultural Context
- CLAM115 - Complex Inferiorities: Roman Philhellenism and Latin Literature