|| Grinnell College | Classics Department | Linguistics Concentration ||

Address:
Grinnell College Classics Department
Alumni Recitation Hall
1226 Park Street
Grinnell, IA 50112
Mailbox:
ARH 221
—or—
℅ Academic Support, Carnegie 115
Office:
ARH 311A
Tel.:
1 (641) 269-4730 [direct]
Fax:
1 (641) 269-4985 [departmental]
E-Mail:
mercadoa [apud] grinnell [punctum] edu

Angelo O. Mercado

|| Curriculum Vitae [PDF] ||

Education

Recent and Forthcoming Work

2018d. 
“Accent in Early Latin Hexameter.” Paper to be presented 4 May at the Jenaer Mai-Kolloquium “Die italischen Sprachen—neue Aspekte in linguistischer und philologischer Hinsicht, zur Erinnerung an Albert Debrunner,” Jena, Germany.

2018c. 
“Accent in Lucilius’ Hexameters.” In Brian W. Breed, Elizabeth Keitel, and Rex Wallace, eds., Lucilius and Satire in Second-Century BC Rome, 184–214. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2018b. 
“From Proto-Indo-European to Italic Meter.” In Dieter Gunkel and Olav Hackstein, eds., Language and Meter, 253–66. Leiden: Brill.
2018a. 
“Accent in Ennius’ Hexameters.” Paper presented at the 149th Annual Meeting of the Society for Classical Studies, Boston.
 
2012. 
Italic Verse: A Study of the Poetic Remains of Old Latin, Faliscan, and Sabellic. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft 145. Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachen und Literaturen der Universität Innsbruck.
  • ISBN 978-3-85124-731-2
  • OCLC 827925122
  • Corrigenda [PDF]
  • Reviews:
    • James Clackson, Classical Review 64.2 (October 2014): 441–3.
    • David Goldstein, Gnomon 87.8 (2015): 695–703.
    • Anne Mahoney, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2013.07.30.
    • Vincent Martzloff, Wékʷos 1 (2014): 234–42.
    • Wolfgang De Melo, Kratylos 59 (2014): 53–81.
    • Paolo Poccetti, Bulletin de la Société de Linguistique de Paris 110.2 (2015): 229–33.
    • Luca Rigobianco, Incontri linguistici 37 (2014): 209–11.

|| HTML | CSS ||

This page was last modified on Monday, 8 January, 2018.