Andrew Laird

Dr. Andrew Laird
Department of Classics, Brown University, Estados Unidos

Position and current affiliations:
John Rowe Workman Distinguished Professor of Classics and Humanities and Professor of Hispanic Studies, Brown University
Director, Brown Center for the Study of the Early Modern World (from 2019).

Current research collaborations:
• Texts and Contexts: Role of Latin in Early Modern Europe (Renaessanceforum, Denmark).
• La ‘imitatio’ ecléctica de modelos clásicos y humanísticos: la poética de Zeuxis de España a Nueva España en los siglos XVI-XVIII (IIFL, UNAM, Mexico). Initiated January 2018.

Refereeing and related activities:
• Refereeing of tenure, promotion, fellowship and applications in Ireland, Israel, USA, UK.
• Refereeing/Evaluation of research funding applications: European Research Council, Modern Humanities Research Association, AHRC, British Academy, Leverhulme Trust (UK).
• Regular refereeing of submissions to leading journals e.g. AJP, Arion, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Classical Antiquity, Classical Philology, Classical Quarterly, International Journal of the Classical Tradition, Phoenix, Renaissance Quarterly and of book proposals for Blackwell, CUP, Duckworth/Bloomsbury Academic, Oxford University Press (20+), Routledge.
• Refereeing for Latin American Classics journals: Classica Boliviana, Ordia Prima (Argentina), Comisión dictaminadora for Nova Tellus (Mexico).
• UK Media contributions: Independent newspaper; Fry’s English Delight, BBC Radio.
• ‘Expert’ for Panel of Mexicolore educational website.
• Cómite Editor, América y lo Clásico, lo Clásico y América, Pontifical Universidad Católica and Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile, 2016.
• Advisory Board of Journal of Latin Cosmopolitanism and European Literatures [JOLCEL], and Researchers of European Literary Identity, Cosmopolitanism and the Schools [RELICS] group, Ghent, Belgium, from February 2018.
• Editorial Advisory Board, Humanistica Lovaniensia: Journal of Neo-Latin Studies, Louvain.
• Editorial Board, Classical Receptions in Twentieth-Century Writing series, Bloomsbury.
• Editorial Board, Bloomsbury Neo-Latin Series.
• Editorial Board, International Journal of the Classical Tradition, Boston University.
• Editorial Board, Studia Litterarum, Moscow, Russian Academy of Sciences.