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Kathleen M. Coleman is an academic and writer, and the James Loeb Professor of the Classics at Harvard College. She was born and raised in Zimbabwe, and taught at the University of Cape Town and Trinity College in Dublin before being appointed the Professor of Latin at Harvard in 2003.BiographyKathleen Coleman was born and raised in Zimbabwe. She studied at the University of Cape Town (BA 1973), the University of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) (BA Hons 1975), and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (DPhil 1979). Before joining the Harvard faculty in 1998, she taught at the University of Cape Town (1979–1993) and held the chair of Latin at Trinity College, Dublin (1993–1998). She is a former Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung. In 2002 she delivered the 15th Todd Memorial Lecture at the University of Sydney (see photos below), and in 2003 the opening lecture in the 2003 series of Wolfson Lectures at Oxford to honor the centenary of Sir Ronald Syme. In the same year she was appointed Harvard College Professor, a five-year appointment in recognition of contributions to teaching, and in 2005 she was the recipient of the Joseph R. Levenson Teaching Prize for Senior Faculty, awarded by the Undergraduate Council of Harvard College. In 2007 she was awarded a Walter Channing Cabot Fellowship, an annual award given to Harvard faculty members in recognition of achievements in literature, history or art. In 2008 she received the Ausonius-Preis from the University of Trier, and delivered the Syme Lecture at Victoria University Wellington, in New Zealand. She has been elected an Honorary Member of the Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies and a Corresponding Member of the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities).WorksProfessor Coleman is the author of Statius, Silvae IV: Text, Translation, and Commentary (Oxford University Press, 1988, re-issued in paperback by Bristol Classical Press/Duckworth, 1998) and Martial, Liber Spectaculorum: Text, Translation, and Commentary (Oxford University Press, 2006), and co-editor, with J. Diggle, J. B. Hall, and H. D. Jocelyn, of F.R.D. Goodyear. Papers on Latin Literature (Duckworth, 1992). In addition to her work on Latin literature she has published numerous articles on Roman spectacle, including "Fatal charades: Roman executions staged as mythological enactments", Journal of Roman Studies 80 (1990), 44–73, and "Launching into history: aquatic displays in the early Empire", JRS 83 (1993), 48–74. Her most recent articles include "Parenthetical remarks in the Silvae," in Colloquial and Literary Latin, edited by Eleanor Dickey and Anna Chahoud (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 292–317; "C. P. Cavafy and Douglas Livingstone: an African legacy," in "Imagination and Logos": Essays on C. P. Cavafy, edited by Panagiotis Roilos (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010), 107–20; "Valuing others in the gladiatorial barracks," in Valuing Others, edited by Ralph
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