Julia Judge Mulhall

Julia Judge Mulhall

Bok Pedagogy Fellow
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Julia is a PhD candidate in the Classics department, specializing in Classical Archaeology. Her research interests include Ancient Greek and Roman religion, late ancient Christianity, and ancient graffiti. Her dissertation re-evaluates the role of pagan sanctuaries in Late Antiquity, the period in which the Roman empire was becoming Christianized.

Julia has taught for a variety of courses at Harvard, including Ancient Greek history, the Latin language, and a general education course on “Loss.” She also designed and led her own undergraduate seminar on Ancient Greek and Roman religion through the Junior Tutorial program. In 2020-2021, she served as the Departmental Pedagogy Fellow in Classics, and led the practicum course for first-time graduate student teachers in the Classics department.

As a Bok Pedagogy Fellow, Julia is interested in exploring the ways in which strategies for accessible education can be integrated into higher education teacher training programs. 

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