Dr Daniel Jolowicz
Classics
Fellow in Classics

BA, MSt, DPhil (Oxon)

Greek and Latin literature and culture, especially the Greek novels of the imperial period, and the way that Latin and Greek culture cannot be neatly separated from each other.

All aspects of Greek and Latin literature and culture.

Books (monographs)

Latin Poetry in the Ancient Greek Novels, (Oxford, 2021)

Books (edited volumes)

Articulating Resistance under the Roman Empire (co-edited with Jaś Elsner), (Cambridge, 2023), 

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

‘Spartans in the Ancient Greek Novels’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 143, (2023) 

‘Ennius Annales fr. 1 Sk. and the pseudo-Vergilian Dirae’, Hermes 149: 233-38, (2021)

‘Sicily and Roman Republican History in Chariton’s Chaereas and Callirhoe’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 138: 127-49, (2018)

‘The Roman Army and Greek Militarism in Chariton’s Chaereas and Callirhoe’, Cambridge Classical Journal 64: 113-38, (2018)

 ‘Agathos Daimôn in Chariton’s Chaereas and Callirhoe (5.1.6, 5.7.10): Some Ramifications’, Classical Quarterly 68.2: 591-602, (2018)

Chapters in edited volumes

‘A Glitch in the Matrix: Aphrodisias, Rome and Imperial Greek Fiction’, in Jolowicz and Elsner (eds.), Articulating Resistance under the Roman Empire, Cambridge, pp. 112-35, (2023) 

‘Articulating Resistance’, in Jolowicz and Elsner (eds.), Articulating Resistance under the Roman Empire, Cambridge, pp. 1-26 (co-authored with Jaś Elsner), (2023)