Kyle Khellaf

Kyle earned his BA with Honors in Latin and Ancient History from Swarthmore College, where he wrote a senior essay on Herodotus’ Histories. He went on to do his MA in Classical Languages at the University of Georgia and completed a thesis on Tacitus’ Agricola.

Kyle’s research interests lie primarily in Latin and Greek historiography and narrative theory, with excursions into Latin Elegy and Pindar. When not engaged in classical pursuits, Kyle enjoys the occasional photography assignment, Russian novel, or NYT crossword puzzle alongside his cat Nero.

Papers Presented

  • Conscripta et in Britanniam transmissa: Historiography in Tacitus Agricola 28.” CAMWS 107th Annual Meeting, Grand Rapids, Michigan, April 2011.

Book Reviews

  • Galtier, F. L‘Image tragique de l‘Histoire chez Tacite: Étude des schèmes tragiques dans les Histories et les Annales. Brussels: Collection Latomus, 2011. In Classical Review 64.1, 151–53, April 2014.
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