Max Leo Goldman
- Ph.D. Classics. Brown University. 2004.
- B.A. Classical Studies, University of California at Santa Cruz. 1998.
- B.A. Early Modern Literature, University of California at Santa Cruz.
- Latin literature; rhetoric; Greek and Roman novel; literary theory and criticism; prose style; literary history
- Literary Parody.
- Point of View.
- Ancient Ethnography
- CLAS-150: The Greek Myths
- LAT-314: Roman Drama: Plautus
- Lecturer (Wayne State University) 2009-10
- Visiting Assistant Professor (UW Madison) 2006-08
- Lecturer (UC Irvine) 2004-2006.
- Instructor (Boston University) Spring, 2004.
- American Philological Association
- Race and Ethnicity in the Classical World: An Anthology of Sources. Edited and translated by RF Kennedy, ML Goldman, and CS Roy. (Forthcoming, Hackett USA).
- "Aeschylus in Roman Republican Drama" Brill's Companion to the Reception of Aeschylus ed. Kennedy (Brill, under contract).
- “The Poet’s Croak: The Name and Function of Corax in Petronius.” Classical Quarterly 58.1 (May 2008): 375-378.
- “Language, Satire, and Heteroglossia in the Cena Trimalchionis.” Helios 35.1 (2008): 49-66.
- “Anseres [sacri]: Restrictions and Variations in Petronius’ Narrative Technique.” Ancient Narrative 5 (2006): 1-23.
Literary Parody in the Age of Nero book manuscript in progress
"Auletrides & Prostitution" Article in progress
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