A graduate of Georgetown University, I came to Princeton in 2007 and am broadly interested in Greek and Latin prose (especially historiography, biography, and epistolography), Hellenistic history, and Greek epigraphy. I enjoy finding the artistic aspects of historical documents and the historical import of literary texts. I spent a summer as a member of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens Summer Session, and another excavating the Hellenistic baths at Morgantina, Sicily.
This year, I am an adjunct instructor in the Department of Classics at the University of Virginia. I taught an undergraduate seminar on the private lives of public figures in political biographies from Plutarch to JFK in the fall; in the spring semester, I will be teaching fourth-semester Latin.