Associate Professor of Classics
Office: Filene Hall 212
- Ph.D., University of Washington (1999)
- A.M., Washington University in Saint Louis (1991)
- B.A., Beloit College (1988)
Metatheater: Heroines and Ephebes in Ovid's Metamorphoses. (Director, S. Hinds.)
TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
- Latin poetry of late republic and early empire.
- Publius Ovidius Naso and his reception.
- Rome and Roman topography through the ages.
- Greek and Roman drama, especially tragedy.
- Ancient biography and life-writing.
- Classical myth on screen.
- (under contract for Wiley-Blackwell) Classical Myth on Film.
- “Binge for Me, O Muse: Episodes, Books, and Cycles.” In A. Augoustakis and M. Cyrino, ed. Screening Love and War in Troy: Fall of a City (Bloomsbury). 13–23. 2022.
- “A View with (a) Room: Spatial Projections in Ancient and Screen Epic.” In A. Potter and H. Gardner, ed. Ancient Epic in Filmand Television (University of Edinburgh Press, 2022) 17–32.
- “‘Benefits of a Classical Education’: The Dynamics of Classical Allusion in ABC’s Revenge.” A. Potter et al., ed. New Voices in Classical Reception Studies: Conference Proceedings Volume Two (Open University, UK). 2020.
- Conditional Future Perfect: Poems. Wolfson Press. 2019.
- “The Hero in a Thousand Pieces: Antiheroes in Recent Classical Cinema.” In A. Augoustakis and S. Raucci, ed. Epic Heroes on Screen (U. Edinburgh Press) 173–90. 2018.
- Tragedy in Ovid. Cambridge University Press. 2013.