Ph.D., Latin Literature
Fields of Interest
Latin literature, with a particular interest in narrative strategies, lies and fiction, literary representations of history, and uses of Greek myth at Rome. My current book project focuses on the use of Trojan myth in Roman poetry. I trace how Roman poets re-imagined Trojan myth to fit changing political and cultural circumstances.
“Moons, Smoke and Mirrors in Apuleius’ Portrayal of Isis”
American Journal of Philology 132.2, 301-22.
“The Intersection of Poetic and Imperial Authority in Phaedrus’ Fables”
Classical Quarterly 60.2, 545-58.