Classics graduate student
Greek literature (esp. archaic poetry, Lucian, and the ancient novel), dance and performance, gender and sexuality
BA (Classics and Comparative Literature) Wellesley College, 2008; MA (Classics) UC Berkeley, 2010
Office: 7227 Dwinelle Hall
"Maculate Conception: Sexual Ideology and Creative Authority in Heliodorus' Aethiopica." American Journal of Philology 133.2 (June 2012).
"Dancing towards Delphi: Ritual and Identity in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo (453-547)." CAMWS Annual Meeting, Baton Rouge, LA, March 2012.
"Maculate Conception: The Sexual and Romantic Discourse of Heliodorus' Ethiopian Tale." Oberlin College, September 2011 (invited talk in conjunction with J. Winkler Memorial Prize).
"Didactic, Rhetoric, and Genre: Reading Lucian's 'Converstion with Hesiod.'" Honey on the Cup: Didactic in the Ancient World. NYU, November 2009.