Chad Uhl is an undergraduate student at the University of Kansas. His undergraduate career began with Computer Science and has somehow ended with two degrees in Classics and several pending applications to Classics graduate programs both domestic and abroad. His central research interests are intertextuality among Augustan Age poets, conceptions of time and eternity in the ancient world, and digital humanities. Chad is currently writing his undergraduate honors thesis entitled “Movement and Stasis in Vergil’s Aeneid” and will present a form of this paper at the 2018 annual CAMWS meeting in Albuquerque.
Uhl, C. 2018. “Conflating Piety and Justice in Euripides’ Orestes.” Berkeley Undergraduate Journal for Classics. Permalink: https://escholarship.org/uc/item/3cp3b1xm
“In Search of the Perfect Wife: Depicting Alcestis in Roman Wall Painting.” Undergraduate Honors Research Seminar. University of Kansas.
“Conflating Piety and Justice in Euripides’ Orestes.” Undergraduate Classics Conference. University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
“Movement and Stasis in Vergil’s Aeneid.” CAMWS 2018 Annual Meeting. Albuquerque, NM.