Professor Lamberton's research interests lie in the areas of early Greek epic and the history of its interpretation, the Greek literature of the Roman empire, and ancient education. He is currently working on a bilingual edition of the Fifth and Sixth Books of Proclus' Commentary on the Republic of Plato.
Homer the Theologian, Neoplatonist Allegorical Reading and the Growth of the Epic Tradition, Berkeley 1986
Hesiod, Yale 1988
Homer's Ancient Readers: The Hermeneutics of Greek Epic's Earliest Exegetes, Princeton 1992
Plutarch, Yale 2001
The Greek Imagination
Research and Publication on the Graeco-Roman World
Greek language (all levels).