David Delbar’s research interests focus primarily on representations of masculinity and sexuality in Greek and Roman literature. This includes the influence of classical myth on later works beyond the classical world. His MA thesis was on developing a critical pluralist approach to analyzing classical myths in modern works, including adaptation theory, intertextuality, reception theory, and thematology. In his spare time he researches representations of werewolves in all media and time periods as an amateur lycanthropologist.
Research interests: Greek and Latin Epic; Classical Tradition; Gender and Queer Theory
Education: B.A. Brigham Young University 2016, Comparative Literature and Classical Studies; M.A. Brigham Young University 2018, Comparative Studies