Dr Timothy Barnes
I received my Ph.D. in Classical Philology from Harvard University and was a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows before moving to teaching posts at Princeton University and, most recently, the University of Hawai'i. I am an Indo-European linguist with broad interests across the entire language family (and indeed also outside it), but specializing in the Indo-European languages of the ancient Mediterranean and those of ancient India and Iran. I am especially interested in the study of poetic language in early Indo-European languages, and I am at work on a monograph on that topic.
Published scholarly articles include:
‘Alcman’s Muses: Alcman PMGF 28, the φι-case, and the syntax of divine invocation in Greek and Indo-European’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 136
‘Old Irish cuire, its congeners, and the ending of the 2nd sg. middle imperative’, Ériu 65 (2015 ) 49-56.
‘δρακείς, δέδορκε and the visualization of κλέος in Pindar’, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 107 (2013 ) 73–98.
‘The etymology and derivation of Tocharian B saswe ‘lord’ and ñakte (: Añkät) ‘god’’, Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 14 (2013) 31–54.
‘Homeric ἀνδροτῆτα καὶ ἥβην’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 131 (2011) 1–13.