O fons Bandusiae, splendidior vitro,

dulci digne mero non sine floribus,

cras donaberis haedo,

cui frons turgida cornibus

primis et venerem et proelia destinat;

CASTLE GANDALFO 2002

 

 

 

Avery Cahill
avcah@ufl.edu
142 Dauer Hall
352-392-2075 ex 269
Courses: Latin 1120 sec 3410
The Sword and the Cross

 

 

 

 

    

Avery D. Cahill

SPECIAL INTERESTS: Medieval Latin, Norwegian Science Fiction, Old Norse

EDUCATION:

Reginald Foster’s Latin Institute Summer Program 2002

University of Wisconsin M.A., Scandinavian Studies May 2000

Minor Area of Study: Latin

University of Tromsø Grunnfag i Nordisk 1997-1998

University of Oslo Summer Program 1996

University of Wisconsin B.S., English May 1992

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Lecturer in Classics: University of Florida

Latin 1120: First Semester Latin, Fall 2002
Latin 1121: Second Semester Latin, Fall 2002

Visiting Instructor in Scandinavian Studies: Luther College
Norwegian 12: Elementary Norwegian II, Spring 2001
Norwegian 45: Conversation and Composition, Fall 2000
Foreign Culture 75: Introduction to Norwegian Life and Culture, J-term 2000

Teaching Assistant: University of Wisconsin
Norwegian 150: Elementary Norwegian II, Spring 1999

Norwegian 100: Elementary Norwegian I, Fall 1998
Scandinavian Studies 430: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature, Spring 1999

Scandinavian Studies 435: The Icelandic Sagas, Fall 1998

PUBLICATIONS:

Review of Kim Lembek’s Den Danske Litterære Verssatire 1652-1742 in Scandinavian Studies, 72.2.2000: 405.

“Mehren, Stein” and “Riis, Annie” in Who’s Who in Twentieth-Century World Poetry. Ed. Mark Willhardt (Routledge Press, 2000).

Review of John Thobo Carlson’s Litteraturen Kroppen Masken: Til En Lesningens Semiotik in Scandinavian Studies 71.4.1999: 502-3.

PAPER DELIVERED:

“Imagining the Journey: Holberg and the Creation of Science Fiction.” Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies, April 1999.