David Ungvary

Assistant Professor of Classics

Ungvary, David
Office: Aspinwall 303
Phone: 845-758-6822
E-mail: ungvary@bard.edu 

Academic Program Affiliation(s): Classical Studies, Foreign Languages, Cultures, and Literatures

B.A. Duke University; M.St., Corpus Christi College, Oxford; Ph.D., Harvard University. Research and teaching interests include Latin poetry and the literature of Late Antiquity; late Roman and early medieval history, especially literary, cultural, and intellectual history; early Christianity and asceticism; ancient and medieval theories and practices of authorship. Professor Ungvary's work has appeared in Early Medieval Europe and the Bryn Mawr Classical Review. He is currently under contract with Routledge to produce a translation of and commentary on the complete works of Eugenius of Toledo. He has presented his research at annual meetings for the Society of Classical Studies, the Medieval Academy of America, and the International Medieval Congress, among other venues. Fellowships and grants include a Presidential Scholar Dissertation Completion Fellowship (Harvard, 2017-18); the William R. Tyler Fellowship (Dumbarton Oaks, 2015-17), the Lionel Pearson Fellowship (2010-11), and a Beinecke Scholarship (2010-2014). He is currently working on a monograph, based on his dissertation, that explores intersections of ascetic Christianity and classical Latin poetry in the post-Roman period.