• Ph.D. in Classics, The University of Texas at Austin (2022)
    • M.A. in Classics, The University of Texas at Austin (2018)
    • J.D., Harvard Law School (2011)
    • B.A. in Economics and Politics, The University of Maryland (2006)


    Dissertation: Lucretian Stillness and Motion as Political Metaphors in Ovid's Metamorphoses

    Latin Pedagogy Publication 

    • "The Imaginative Power of Contrary-to-Fact Conditions." The Classical Outlook 95.4 (2021): 133-39. 


    Society for Classical Studies (SCS) Conference Presentations 

    • "Still Waters Run Deep: Interpretations of the Metamorphoses' Pools." SCS Annual Meeting 2022. 
    • "The Economic Logic of Fines at Gortyn." SCS Annual Meeting 2021.

    Fall 2022
    LATN-1401: Elementary Latin I
    LATN-2301: Intermediate Latin I
    GREK-1302: Elementary Greek II

    Spring 2023
    LATN-1402: Elementary Latin II
    LATN-3408: Ovid
    CLAS-1303: The Age of Augustus

    • Texas Language Center Professional Development Award (2020)
    • Society for Classical Studies Pedagogy Award (2019)
    • Graduate Certificate in Language Program Coordination (2018)
    • Harvard Law School Dean's Scholar Prize (2010)