University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Department of Comparative Literature
MA Greek, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, 2020
MA Classics, Washington University in St. Louis, 2018
BA Comparative Literature and Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016
Forthcoming. “Cripping Venus: Intersections of Classics and Disability Studies in Contemporary Receptions of the Venus de Milo.” In Reception Studies: New Challenges in a Changing World, Ed. Anastasia Bakogianni and Luis Unceta. De Gruyter.
Forthcoming 2023. “Modernist Epithalamia: Revival, Revision, and Subversion of Sappho in H.D.’s ‘Hymen’.” Modernism/Modernity.
2018. Co-Author, Timothy Moore. “Plautus’s Miles Gloriosus.” Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics.
2018. "Women’s Erotic Desires and Perspectives on Marriage in Sappho’s Epithalamia and H.D.’s Hymen" Arts & Sciences Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1286.
2017. “Female Voices and Values in Epigrams of Mourning: Anyte of Tegea and Emily Dickinson.” Eisodos: Zeitschrift für Antike Literatur und Theorie H.2: 13-23.
“Sapphic Survival and Queer/Crip Performance in Olga Broumas and T. Begley’s Sappho’s Gymnasium.” APGRD / University of London Joint Postgraduate Symposium on the Performance of Ancient Drama. Oxford, Summer 2022.
“Ellipses, Line Breaks, and Brackets: Audio-(Visual) Translations of Anne Carson’s Verse Fragments.” Seminar: Translation as Transformation: Accessing Literatures Across Languages Oral and Written. American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA). Virtual, Summer 2022.
"Koula Pratsika and The National Dance School: Choreographing the National Body in 20th-century Greece.” State, Culture, Identities. Views from the Archaeological Archives. American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA), Spring 2022.
“Writing the Body in Fragments: A Comparison of Three Greek Women Poets.” Ancient Worlds Embodied: Identity, Society and the Human Body in Antiquity. Annual Graduate Student Conference. Brandeis, Spring 2022.
“Classical Reception Pedagogy and the First-Year Writing Course: A Case Study of Comparative Literature 122, Writing World Literatures: Body Politics/Body Poetics.” Annual Meeting for Postgraduates in the Reception of the Ancient World (AMPRAW). Columbia University, Fall 2021.
“Translating the Silence of Lipiu: The World-Making Power of Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke’s Poetry.” Seminar: Translation and Transmission: Greece and the Globe. American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA). Virtual, Spring 2021.
“Classical Reception in Disability Studies: Mary Duffy Imagining Alternative Futures.” Seminar: “Reception Studies: State of the Discipline and New Directions.” American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA). Chicago, Spring 2020.
“Cripping Venus: How the Creative Classical Receptions of Mary Duffy and Kinetic Light Disable Western Beauty Myths.” Agency Through the Ancients: Reception as Empowerment, Classics Graduate Conference. Boston University, Fall 2019.
“‘Neither honey nor the bee for me:’ Silence and Desire in Fragment 113.” Annual Comparative Literature Intra-Student Faculty Forum (CLIFF). University of Michigan, Spring 2019.
“Female Voices and Values in Epigrams of Mourning: Translating Anyte of Tegea.” Translation, Adaptation, and Interpretation: 1st Classics Graduate Symposium. University of Florida, Fall 2017.
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Modern Greek 101 - Introduction to Modern Greek
Animating Antiquity, Imagining Futurity: Mobilizing the Unstable Body in 20-21st-Century Women’s Reception of the Ancient Mediterranean