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Assistant Professor, General Faculty

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Visiting Assistant Professor. Her research interests are in how identities are formed and performed in Greek prose, especially Josephus, the use of feminist theories in the analysis of ancient texts, Greek rhetoric and historiography, and the reception of Greek and Roman antiquity in American race formations. She is also committed to anti-oppressive pedagogy. She is currently working on a book project entitled Josephus at the Intersection: The Construction of Identity in Josephus' Against Apion and Beyond.

Dissertation Title: One is not born a Greek: Josephus and Cultural Identity in the Against Apion

Advisor: John Dillery

B.A. California State University, Long Beach (2007), M.A. University of Colorado, Bolder (2012): Historian Historicized: The Representation of Nicolaus of Damascus in Josephus' Judaean Antiquities.