Professor of Classics
Director of Undergraduate Studies in Classics
Her research interests include ancient Greek historiography, Greek prose literature of the fifth and fourth centuries BCE, twentieth century classical receptions (especially uses of Classics in Africa, Britain, the Caribbean, and Greece), Classics and Postcolonialism, and the theory and practice of translating the ‘classics’ of Greek and Roman literature. She is more than happy to talk to students who are interested in working in any of these areas.
- “The Greek Thucydides: Venizelos’ Translation of Thucydides,” in K. Harloe and N. Morley (eds.) Thucydides and the Modern World: Reception, Reinterpretation & Influence from the Renaissance to the Present. Cambridge University Press, 2012.
- “Corruption and the Corruptibility of Logos in Greek Historiography,” Acta Classica: Special Issue on Corruption & Integrity in Ancient Greece and Rome, 2012: 63-83.0.
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