Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer

Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer in the College of Arts and Sciences. Sarah Teets holds a PhD in Classics from the University of Virginia and an MA in Classics from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her research interests include how identities are formed and performed in Greek prose, the imperial-colonial encounter between Rome and Judea, the use of feminist theories in the analysis of ancient tests, Greek rhetoric and historiography, trauma and mental health in antiquity, and the reception of Greek and Roman antiquity in American race formations. Her current book project examines Josephus' relationship to Greek culture in the construction and performance of his identity in Against Apion. Her work has appeared in Histos, Eidolon, and Journal for the Study of Judaism. She teaches Engagements seminars on Classical topics.