Tina Chronopoulos is a British-infused Greco-German transplant whose research and teaching interests range all over the Mediterranean and span more than a millennium, from Greco-Roman antiquity to the medieval period and beyond. Trained by old-school philologists, she enjoys deep dives into libraries and archives, as well as close readings of texts, contexts, and medieval manuscripts. In the classroom, she gets excited about speaking in Latin as much as possible and encouraging her students to read both the past and the present contextually whilst wearing the lenses of race, class, and gender.
- PhD, MA, University of London
- BA, Durham University
- Greek and Latin Hagiography
- 11th- and 12th-cent. Medieval Latin literature
- Reception of Classical Latin Literature in the medieval period
- Medieval Latin Literature
- Latin language and literature, incl. active use of Latin
- Reception of Greco-Roman Antiquity in the USA
- “Glossing Sidonius in the Twelfth Century”, in The Edinburgh Companion to Sidonius Apollinaris, eds G. Kelly & J. van der Waarden (Edinburgh University Press), 643-64.
- "The debate between Hebe and Ganymede in light of its sources and manuscript context," Archivum Latinitatis Medii Aevi 71 (2018), 218-43.
- "Ganymede in the medieval classroom: reading an Ode by the Roman poet Horace," Medium Aevum 86.2 (2017), 224-48.
- "The Ethics of Horace: a twelfth-century schoolroom commentary on Horace's Odes," Viator 46.3 (2015), 61-94.
- "The date and place of composition of the Passion of St Katherine of Alexandria (BHL 1663)," Analecta Bollandiana 130 (2012), 40-88.
- "Brief lives of Sidonius, Symmachus, and Fulgentius written in 12th-cent. England?," Journal of Medieval Latin 20 (2010), 232-91.