J. G. W. Henderson
Henderson has worked within the Classics Faculty since 1975, as Assistant Lecturer (1975–1978), Lecturer (1978–1996) and Reader in Latin literature (1996–2003). He was awarded a personal professorship in Classics in 2003. Following retirement he has the status of emeritus professor.
His publications include collaborations with Mary Beard, his Cambridge colleague.
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Books by John Henderson.
- The Medieval World of Isidore of Seville: Creating Truth through Words, Cambridge 2006
- Oxford Reds: Classic Commentaries on Latin Classics, Duckworth 2006
- Plautus Asinaria: the one about the asses, Wisconsin 2006
- Løve in København: The triumph of art at Thorvaldsens Museum, Museum Tusculanum, University of Copenhagen Press 2005
- Morals and Villas in Seneca's Letters: Places to Dwell, Cambridge, 2004
- HORTVS: The Roman Gardening Book, Routledge 2004
- Aesop's Human Zoo: Roman Stories about our Bodies, Chicago 2004
- Pliny's Statue: The Letters, Self-Portraiture, and Classical Art, Exeter 2002
- Telling Tales on Caesar: Roman Stories from Phaedrus, Oxford 2000
- Writing down Rome: Satire, Comedy and other Offences in Latin Poetry, Oxford 1999
- Fighting for Rome. Poets and Caesars, History and Civil War, Cambridge, 1998
- Juvenal's Mayor: The Professor who Lived on 2D. a Day, Cambridge Philological Society, Supplementary Volume, 1998
- A Roman Life: Rutilius Gallicus on Paper and in Stone, Exeter 1998
- Figuring out Roman Nobility. Juvenal's Eighth Satire, Exeter 1997
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