Justin Dwyer

Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Fellow
Regions

About

Justin Dwyer is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow working on the Comic Routines in Roman Comedy project under the supervision of C.W. Marshall. He previously taught at the University of Victoria after earning a PhD in Classics through the Department of Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies at the University of British Columbia in 2021. His research focuses on Greek drama and its reception, which he explores at the intersection of literary analysis and material culture. He is currently developing his dissertation, “Apollodorus of Carystus and the Tradition of New Comedy,” for publication as a monograph.

 


Teaching


Research

Research Interests: 

  • Greek and Roman Comedy
  • Hellenistic Greece and Republican Rome
  • Greek and Latin Pedagogy
  • Ancient Theatre and Material Culture
  • Fragmentary Authors
  • Manuscript illumination
  • Coroplastic studies
  • Historicism
  • Reception

Justin Dwyer

Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Fellow
Regions

About

Justin Dwyer is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow working on the Comic Routines in Roman Comedy project under the supervision of C.W. Marshall. He previously taught at the University of Victoria after earning a PhD in Classics through the Department of Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies at the University of British Columbia in 2021. His research focuses on Greek drama and its reception, which he explores at the intersection of literary analysis and material culture. He is currently developing his dissertation, “Apollodorus of Carystus and the Tradition of New Comedy,” for publication as a monograph.

 


Teaching


Research

Research Interests: 

  • Greek and Roman Comedy
  • Hellenistic Greece and Republican Rome
  • Greek and Latin Pedagogy
  • Ancient Theatre and Material Culture
  • Fragmentary Authors
  • Manuscript illumination
  • Coroplastic studies
  • Historicism
  • Reception

Justin Dwyer

Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Fellow
Regions
About keyboard_arrow_down

Justin Dwyer is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow working on the Comic Routines in Roman Comedy project under the supervision of C.W. Marshall. He previously taught at the University of Victoria after earning a PhD in Classics through the Department of Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies at the University of British Columbia in 2021. His research focuses on Greek drama and its reception, which he explores at the intersection of literary analysis and material culture. He is currently developing his dissertation, “Apollodorus of Carystus and the Tradition of New Comedy,” for publication as a monograph.

 

Teaching keyboard_arrow_down
Research keyboard_arrow_down

Research Interests: 

  • Greek and Roman Comedy
  • Hellenistic Greece and Republican Rome
  • Greek and Latin Pedagogy
  • Ancient Theatre and Material Culture
  • Fragmentary Authors
  • Manuscript illumination
  • Coroplastic studies
  • Historicism
  • Reception