Title/s: Adjunct Professor
After his PhD, Marco Conti worked as teaching assistant in the religious studies department at the University of Manchester, and as teaching and research fellow in the theology department at the University of Durham. Since moving back to Italy in 2001, he has taught at different universities in Rome including at the JFRC as professor of Latin and Ancient Greek. Conti specializes in Classical and Christian Greek and Latin Literature, and Classical and Medieval Philology. His publications include a complete critical edition with English translation of Potamius of Lisbon, an Arian writer of the IV century (Corpus Christianorum - vol. LXIX A), a complete edition with English translation of Priscillian of Avila, an heretical writer from the late IV century (Oxford Early Christian Texts), and a complete edition with English translation of the Life of Saint Helia, a saint of the IV-V century (Oxford Early Christian Texts).
PhD, Classics, University of Leeds, UK
MA, Classics, University of Leeds, UK
Laurea, Classical Literature, Sapienza University of Rome
Patristics and Late Antique Philology (Ancient Greek and Latin Christian Texts)
Early Medieval Philology (Early Medieval Latin Texts)