Walsh, P(atrick) G(erard)
WALSH, P(atrick) G(erard)
WALSH, P(atrick) G(erard). British, b. 1923. Genres: Classics, Literary criticism and history, Theology/Religion, Translations. Career: Lecturer in Classics, University College, Dublin, 1952-59; Lecturer, 1959-67, Reader in Humanity, 1967-71, and Professor of Medieval Latin, 1971-72, University of Edinburgh; Professor of Humanity, University of Glasgow, 1972-93. Publications: Livy: His Historical Aims and Methods, 1961; The Roman Novel, 1970; Courtly Love in the Carmina Burana, 1972; Livy, 1974. EDITOR: (with A. Ross) Aquinas, Courage, 1965; Livy Book XXI, 1973; Thirty Poems from the Carmina Burana, 1976; Andreas Capellanus on Love, 1982; Teubner Livy Books XXVI-VII, 1982; (co) George Buchanan: Tragedies, 1982; Divine Providence and Human Suffering, 1985; Teubner Livy Books XXVIIIXXX, 1986; (co) William of Newburgh: History of English Affairs, 1988; Livy Book XXXVI, 1991; Livy Book XXXVII, 1992; Livy XXXVIII, 1993; Love Lyrics from the Carmina Burana, 1993; Livy XXXIX, 1994; Livy XL, 1996; Livy XXXVI-XL, 1999; Augustine, The Good of Marriage, on Holy Virginity, 2001. TRANSLATOR: Letters of Paulinus of Nola, 2 vols., 1966- 67; Poems of Paulinus of Nola, 1974; Cassiodorus, Explanation of the Psalms, 1990; Apuleius, The Golden Ass, 1994; Petronius, The Satyricon, 1996; Boethius, The consolation of Philosophy, 1999; Cicero, On Obligations, 2000. Address: 17 Broom Rd, Glasgow G43 2TP, Scotland.