Cillian O’Hogan will take up the post of Assistant Professor without review this September. Cillian completed his PhD in Classics at the University of Toronto in 2012, where he worked on Prudentius, the results from which will be appearing in a book from OUP this September, Prudentius and the Landscapes of Antiquity. He brings to UBC an expertise in later Latin literature and manuscript studies, and through the British Library he has been involved in some exciting digitization projects. He has also co-edited a volume on the Codex Sinaiticus, a 4th-c. Christian Bible, and has published articles in Classical Quarterly and Mnemosyne. Welcome, Cillian!