I am a classicist whose research interests include bucolic poetry (especially Virgil’s Eclogues) and the relationship (in classical texts and others) between narrative structure and the visual imagination. I have taught many ancient Greek and Roman texts in translation and the original languages, as well as courses on such topics as rhetoric, ancient Greek drama and poetics, and the philosophy of religion.
- “Orpheus and the Reinvention of Bucolic Poetry,” American Journal of Philology vol. 133 no. 4 (2012)
- PhD, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
- BA, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI