Graduate Students

  • Richard Buckley-Gorman

    BA, Classical Studies and Latin, Victoria University of Wellington, 2012
    BA (honours), Classical Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, 2015
    MA, Classics, Victoria University of Wellington, 2016

    Research Interests:  Philosophy, biography, history, and the Second Sophistic

  • Juan Dopico

    BA, Classics & Philosophy, Vanderbilt University, 2012
    MA, Classics, Washington University in St. Louis, 2015

    Research Interests:  Greek and Roman historiography, philosophy, exempla, and memory

  • Giacomo Loi

    BA, Classics, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, 2015
    MA, Classics, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, 2017

    Research Interests:  Classical tradition and Greek in the Renaissance, Neolatin literature, textual criticism, reception of the classics in contemporary Israel

  • Jennifer Marks

    BA, Anthropology and Classical Civilization, Beloit College, 2001
    MPH, International Health, Boston University, 2004
    MA Certificate, Museum Studies (Classical Archaeology), Tufts University, 2010
    MA, Ancient Greek and Roman Studies, Brandeis University, 2020

    Research Interests:  Aegean Prehistory, Minoan archaeology and material culture, Early Minoan mortuary practices, craft specialization in antiquity (archaeometallurgy and textile weaving), Bronze Age trade and connectivity, object biographies, ethnoarchaeology, archaeological materials science, museum curation

  • Ambra Marzocchi

    Diploma, Archival Science, Palæography and Diplomatics, State Archives School of Bologna, 2005
    BA, Classical Humanities, Università degli studi di Ferrara, 2006
    MA, Philology Literature and Classical Tradition, Università degli studi di Bologna, 2008
    MA, Classics, University of Kentucky, 2017
    Graduate Certificate, Latin Studies, University of Kentucky, 2017

    Research Interests:  Latin and Greek composition, Neo-Latin studies, history of classical scholarship, ancient and early modern literary theory and criticism, Horace, epistolography, palæography, codicology, textual editing, classical reception, translation studies

  • Martin Michalek

    BA, English Literature, Brigham Young University, 2013
    MLitt, Classical Studies (Greek & Latin), University of St Andrews, 2017

    Research Interests:  Ancient and modern reception of Greek and Latin poetry, literary translation and theory, meter, Neo-Latin studies

  • Mariana Pini

    BA, Literature, University of Campinas, 2012
    MA, Linguistics | Classics, University of Campinas, 2015

    Research Interests:  Roman literature and historiography; citizenship and political handling of linguistic diversity in the late Roman Republic; privileged/marginalized group dynamics in ancient societies; human-animal relations in antiquity; reception of Classics in South America

  • Connor Sedlacek

    BA, Individualized Major ("The Changing Tradition of Classics"), Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University, 2016

    Research Interests:  Classical studies and reception in the German-speaking world at the turn of the 19th century

  • Kathryn H. Stutz

    BA, Classical Language, University of Puget Sound, 2018
    BA, Sociology and Anthropology, University of Puget Sound, 2018

    Research Interests:  Classical reception, particularly modern reception of the late Roman republic; the life and works of Cicero; gender and sexuality in the ancient world; ancient approaches to trauma; Herodotean ethnography and sociolinguistics; archaeological and museological ethics; continuity and renovation of space in the Roman city

  • Tashi Treadway

    BA, Classics, Princeton University, 2019

    Research Interests:  Classical reception in visual art and literature, gender and sexuality in Greek literature and Latin poetry, mythology

  • Ryan Warwick

    BA, Bard College, 2016

    Research Interests:  Roman imperial self fashioning, landscape, and the production of space, as well as classical reception from the Renaissance to the present day

  • Yanneck Wiegers

    BA, Latin and Biology, Osnabrück University, 2015
    MA, Classics, Leipzig University, 2018

    Research Interests:  Latin poetry (pastoral and Augustan), reception studies, intertextuality

  • Sam Yang

    BA (magna cum laude), Classical & Mediterranean Studies, Vanderbilt University, 2021

    Research Interests:  Augustan poetry and its relationship to contemporary Roman politics