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Dr Tristan Franklinos
MA St And, MPhil DPhil Oxf

Offices:

British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Faculty of Classics
Lecturer in Classics, Oriel College
Lecturer in Classics, Trinity College
Junior Research Fellow, Trinity College

Address:

Trinity College
Oxford
OX1 3BH

Email: tristan.franklinos@classics.ox.ac.uk

Dr Tristan Franklinos

Profile:

Tristan is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in Classics and a Junior Research Fellow at Trinity College; he has undertaken undergraduate teaching at a number of colleges and in the Faculty of Classics for some years. After reading for an MA in Classics at St Andrews, he came up to Oxford for an MPhil in Classical Languages and Literature before completing his doctorate on the elegies of Propertius. He is now principally working on part of the Appendix Vergiliana.

Research Keywords:

[Vergil]'s Catalepton, Propertius, Ovid, Textual Criticism, Palaeography, the History of the Book

Research Interests:

Tristan is currently writing a literary commentary on [Vergil]'s Catalepton and Priapea that concerns itself with the construction of reader and author in relation to the collection alongside the more philological aspects of the poems. His doctoral thesis explores the ways in which the Latin elegist Propertius engages with and recasts his own poetic material, as well as that of his peers and predecessors. More broadly, he is interested in the literature of the first century BC (esp. the poets and Vitruvius); the place of the author and the reader in relation to the text; and in textual criticism, palaeography, and the history of the book.

Selected Publications:

'Ovid's Propertian Funeral: Tristia 3.3', (forthcoming).

'Ovid: ex Ponto 4: an intratextually cohesive book', (forthcoming).

'The Classical Inheritance of the carmina amatoria: a case-study on Cod. Buranus 92', (forthcoming).

'A Plautine Emendation: ''miles gloriosus'' 1268', Hermes, Vol: 145, (2017), 109-12.

'Textual notes on Palladius' opus agriculturae', Mnemosyne, Vol: 60, (2015), 1020-30.