Research Fields: Latin and ancient Greek Literature, especially Homeric epic, Augustan-era Latin literature, and the ancient novel; ritual poetics; anthropological and theoretical approaches to the classics; classical reception in the 20th Century; Dada, Surrealism, and the 20th Century avant-garde; French social and literary theory; Lacanian psychoanalysis and post-Lacanian thought
Ph.D., Harvard University, Classical Philology (in progress)
A.M., Harvard University, Classical Philology (2020)
M.A., University of Connecticut, Comparative Literature (2016)
B.A., University of Connecticut, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies (2014)
Languages: Latin, Ancient Greek, Greek, German (reading), Italian (reading), French (reading)
Founded as a graduate program in 1904 and joining with the undergraduate Literature Concentration in 2007, Harvard’s Department of Comparative Literature operates at the crossroads of multilingualism, literary study, and media history.