Brian Krostenko

Brian Krostenko

Associate Professor

Ph.D., Harvard
M.A., Harvard
A.B., Princeton

243 O'Shaughnessy Hall
(574) 631-0451

Research Interest: Rhetoric and Linguistics of the Late Roman Republic

Frequently Teaches: Reading and Writing Latin Prose; Cicero

Krostenko’s research centers on the culture of the Late Roman Republic, Cicero, rhetoric, and Latin linguistics. He is the author of Cicero, Catullus, and the Language of Social Performance (Chicago, 2001), which discusses the problem of aestheticism in Roman culture by means of historical semantics.