Besides Hellenistic poetry, her interests include Archaic Greek poetry, Greek mythology and religion, Augustan Latin poetry, narratology, and Egypt. Leanna is a graduate liaison for the Women’s Classical Caucus and co-organizer of the Yale Classics Work-in-Progress Group. She is currently teaching third-semester Greek, an introduction to prose. Her recent papers include “Crossing Boundaries of Voice in Sappho 1,” Feminism and Classics VI, Brock University, May 2012; “Callimachus’ Other Telchines: Aetia fr.1, fr.75, and the Hymn to Delos,” CAAS Annual Meeting, Hunt Valley, MD, October 2011; “Sappho or Alcaeus: Authors and Genres of Archaic Hymns,” Authorship, Authority, and Authenticity in Archaic and Classical Greek Song, conference of the Network for the Study of Archaic and Classical Greek Song, Yale University, July 2011. She graduated from Harvard in 2006 with an A.B. in Classics.