Barnaby Taylor
                   New College, Oxford

I am departmental lecturer in Latin language and literature at the University of Oxford, and a fellow of New College. I am interested in philosophical texts written in Latin, in early Roman linguistic thought, and in Hellenistic philosophy. I wrote my doctoral thesis on Lucretius and Epicurean linguistic theory, under the supervision of Tobias Reinhardt. This term (TT 2015) I am lecturing on Lucretius' De Rerum Natura.
Lucretius and the Language of Nature, under contract with OUP.

'Diogenes of Oinoanda on the meaning of 'pleasure' (NF 192)', ZPE  191, 2014: 84-89.
'Definition and ordinary language in Cicero, De Finibus II', forthcoming in Classical Philology.

'Rationalism and the theatre in Lucretius', forthcoming in Classical Quarterly.

Garcea, A. Caesar's De Analogia. Oxford, 2012. CR 64.1, 2014: 113-5.
Lehoux, D., Morrison, A.D., Sharrock, A. (edd.) Lucretius: Poetry, Philosophy, Science. Oxford, 2013. JRS 104, 2014: 317-19.
Butler, S., Purves, A.C. (edd.) Synaesthesia and the Ancient Senses. Durham, 2013. CJ Online.
Gaertner, J.F., Hausburg, B.C. Caesar and the Bellum Alexandrinum: an analysis of style, narrative technique, and the reception of Greek historiography. Göttingen, 2013. For CR.
Green, S.J. Disclosure and Discretion in Roman Astrology: Manilius and his Augustan contemporaries. Oxford, 2014. For BMCR.

You can contact me at barnaby.taylor[at]