Associate Professor Emerita of Classics
Associate Professor Emerita of Comparative Literature
Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Comparative Literature, Classical Studies
- B.A., M.A. University of Cambridge
- M.A. University of Toronto
- University College, London
- Kings College, London
- Ph.D. University of London
Sappho's Immortal Daughters, Harvard University Press, 1995.
'Sappho and the Other Woman', in Re-reading Sappho, E. Greene (ed.), 1996.
'Eros the Blacksmith', in Thinking Men: Masculinity and its Self Representation in the Classical Tradition, eds L. Foxhall and J. B. Salmon, 1998.
The Sacred and the Feminine in Ancient Greece, ed. with S. Blundell, 1998
Works In Progress
Nero and the mustard: injurious naming on 18th and early 19th century West Indian plantations: a book on slave naming practices and their cultural representation, with particular reference to classical names.
The Jamaican Slave Names Project, an online database created through a Digital Humanities Summer Residency at Dartmouth College, 2016.
Introduction to excerpts from the travel narratives of Thomas Staunton St Clair and Matthew 'Monk' Lewis for an online reader on Classics and Race, eds Sarah Derbew, Daniel Orrells and Phiroze Vasunia, UCL Press online.