Kevin Moch

Classics PhD Program
Research Interests: 
Vergil; Augustan poetry; Roman social and cultural history; the epic tradition; elegy; bucolic/pastoral; intertextuality; Indo-European linguistics; Italic linguistics; etymology
A.B. Classics, Princeton University, 2010 (summa cum laude)
M.A. Greek, UC Berkeley, 2013
Email: 
kmoch [at] berkeley [dot] edu
Dissertation: 
Quoium Pecus: Representations of Roman and Italian Identity in Vergil's Eclogue and Georgics
Select Publications: 

Conference presentations:

"Rethinking the Role of Competition Song in Vergil's Eclogues." Vergilian Society, Symposium Cumanum 2016: Music in the Time of Vergil (Cuma, Italy).

Undergraduate thesis (awarded departmental John J. Keaney Prize by faculty):
Si Cives Huc Usque Licet: The Citizen and the Individual in Lucan's Bellum Civile

Office Hours: 
Fall 2016: none