I am an Assistant Professor of Medieval Latin at the Centre for Medieval Studies
in the University of Toronto. My main focus is on late antique and early medieval Latin literature, and on the history of the book between c. 300 and 800 CE. Previously, I was a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Classical, Near Eastern, and Religious Studies at UBC
, a post-doc in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Waterloo
, and a curator in the Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Manuscripts section of the British Library
. I received my Ph.D in Classics from the University of Toronto
, where I wrote a dissertation entitled “Geography and space in the poetry of Prudentius”. Before that, I studied for my undergraduate degree at Trinity College Dublin
The following publications are not available in CORE:
S. McKendrick, D. Parker, A. Myshrall, and C. O’Hogan (eds), Codex Sinaiticus: New Perspectives on the Ancient Biblical Manuscript.
London: British Library Press and Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2015.
C. O’Hogan, Prudentius and the Landscapes of Late Antiquity
. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
C. O’Hogan, “Reading Lucan with Scholia in Medieval Ireland: In Cath Catharda
and its Sources”, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies
68 (2014), 21-49. (Offprint available on request.)
Shorter pieces (including encyclopedia entries and catalogue descriptions)
C. O’Hogan, “British Library, MS Additional 5112, f. 134r”, in S. Panayotova (ed), COLOUR: The Art and Science of Illuminated Manuscripts.
Turnhout: Harvey Miller, 2016. p. 68.
C. O’Hogan, “Virgil, Aeneid
1.37″, in P. Corcoran (ed), Line of Enquiry.
Dublin: Trinity College Dublin, 2017. pp. 84-85.
C. O’Hogan, “Prudentius Clemens, Aurelius, 348 – after 405 CE”, in T. Whitmarsh (ed.), The Oxford Classical Dictionary
. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199381135.013.5396