Micaela W. Janan
Professor of Classical Studies
M 5:35-6:35, and by appointment
- Latin Literature: Latin poetry
- Gender: gender and identity in antiquity
- Theory: new approaches to classics; psychoanalytic theory; feminist theory
Education & Training:
Ph.D., Princeton University 1988
B.A., University of California at Santa Cruz 1979
Janan, MW. "Review of Torture and Truth, by Page Dubois." Ancient Philosophy 14 (1994): 217-222.
Janan, M. "Review of 100 Years of Homosexuality, by David Halperin." Women’s Classical Caucus Newsletter 17 (1991): 40-43.
Janan, MW. "`Stop Making Sense': Drawing the Line(s) in Catullus 68." 1989.
Janan, MW. "The Pen and the Phallus, or, `Eros by Any Other Name..'." 1983.
Janan, MW. "The Father's Tragedy: Assessing Paternity in Silvae 2.1." APA (now SCS) Annual Meeting. January 11, 2015. New Orleans, LA.
Janan, MW. "Narcissus on the Text: Psychoanalysis, Exegesis, Ethics." American Philological Association. 2005. Boston, MA.
Janan, MW. "Rome's Mirror Stage: Ovid, the Classics and Reflective Identity." Psychoanalysis Across the Disciplines Conference. 2001. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
Janan, MW. "Refashioning Hercules: Propertius 4.9." American Philological Association. 1997. Chicago, IL.
Janan, MW. "Beyond Good and Evil: Tarpeia & Philosophy in the Feminine." American Philological Association. 1994. Atlanta, GA.
The Subject of Speculation: The Mystery of Identity in Propertius’ Gallus-poems. Constructions of the Self: The Poetics of Subjectivity, 1st Annual University of South Carolina Comparative Literature Conference. University of South Carolina. April 9...
How Does She Know?: Epistemology and the Feminine in the Ancient World. French Feminism Across the Disciplines, 30th Annual Texas Comparative Literature Symposium. Texas Tech University. January 30, 1997