This year, we welcomed our new Associate Professor, Zoe Stamatopoulou. Her research and teaching encompass several aspects of ancient Greek literature and culture, but her work focuses primarily on archaic and classical poetry (Homer, Hesiod, lyric poetry, drama). She is also interested in the symposium, in ancient biographies of poets, and in the reception of archaic Greece in Imperial Greek literature (esp. Plutarch).
The Arts & Sciences weekly newsletter, The Ampersand, got to know a little more about Prof. Stamatopoulou. To read the interview, click here!