About Ralph M Rosen

Ralph M. Rosen (B.A. in Greek and Latin, Swarthmore College, 1977; MA, PhD in Classical Philology, Harvard University, 1983) is the Rose Family Endowed Term Professor of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. His scholarly interests lie broadly in Greek and Roman literature and intellectual history, with particular focus on ancient comic and satirical poetic genres. He has published widely on archaic and classical Greek poetry, and has recently completed a new book about ancient poetic mockery and satire (Making Mockery: The Poetics of Ancient Satire, forthcoming Oxford University Press, 2007). Other interests within Classical Studies include ancient medicine and philosophy; much of his current work concerns the Hippocratic tradition and the 2nd-C C.E. medical writer, Galen.

Positions

Present Rose Family Endowed Term Professor of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania
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Contact Information

202 Logan Hall
Department of Classical Studies
University of Pennsylvania
249 South 36th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6304
PHONE: 215 898-7425

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