Sarah Eisen

Sarah Eisen

Pedagogy Fellow in Classics
Sarah Eisen
Sarah Eisen is a PhD candidate in Classical Archaeology. She has taught a wide range of courses related to the ancient world, from specialized tutorials to GENEDs. She has also worked at the Harvard Art Museums, where she recorded several educational lectures for both children and adults. Sarah has excavated in Greece, Turkey, and England, and her research interests center around Greek archaeology, ancient comparative religion, ceramic workshops and iconography, and the construction of gender identity in the ancient world. Her dissertation topic focuses on ancient Greek animal sacrifice from a synaesthetic approach. She has a MA in Art History from Columbia University and a BA in Archaeology and Classical Studies from Dickinson College.

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