Professor Emeritus (Classics)
Dan Garrison's interests encompass Greek and Latin epic and lyric poetry, and ancient and Renaissance medicine. His recent publications include The Student's Catullus, 4th edition (Oklahoma, 2012) and an edited volume, A Cultural History of the Human Body in Antiquity (Berg, 2010), as well as The Fabric of the Human Body: An Annotated Translation of Andreas Vesalius' De humani corporis fabrica (1543, 1555) (two volumes: Karger, forthcoming). A third book is The China Root Epistle of Andreas Vesalius (1546): an annotated translation (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013).See also, Vesalius Project. A descriptive list of Garrison's publications can be found at Daniel Garrison on the faculty web server.