My primary research interest consists in exploring the intersection of poetics and philosophy within the tragic corpus of Seneca. More broadly, I focus on the relationship between past narrative and present self-construction across all genres and time-periods. Thus, my work incorporates a variety of disciplines, from Ancient Philosophy to Narratology, and a variety of authors, from Ovid to Baudrillard.
Innovative approaches to classical pedagogy are also rather close to my heart, thus I devote significant time and energy to exploring how the discipline might captivate students in a 21st century classroom.
MA, Classics, Washington University in St. Louis
BA, Classics, Middlebury College