Garrett A. Jacobsen

Garrett A. Jacobsen

A.
Jacobsen
Associate Professor & Chair (Classics)
Position Type 
Faculty
Service 
1982 - Present
All Affiliations 

Overview

Biography 

Professor Jacobsen has been teaching full-time at Denison since 1984. He received the A.B. in Latin from Frankln and Marshall College, and the M.A. and Ph.D. in Classics from The Ohio State University. Professor Jacobsen teaches Latin and Greek, and a wide variety of courses on the history and culture of ancient Greece and Rome. As a scholar interested Roman poetry, specifically in the work and the reception of the poet Ovid, Professor Jacobsen's most recent work includes an essay in the book Ted Hughes and the Classics, published last year by Oxford University Press, and an article on Ovid's influence on the contemporary Irish poet, Ciaran Carson, published in the journal Classical Outlook.

Degree(s) 
B.A., Franklin & Marshall College; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University