Pedagogy Fellow in Classics
Suzanne is a 5th year Ph.D. student in the Classics Department at Harvard University, specializing in Ancient Philosophy. Her research interests are in intellectual history, ethics, aesthetics, and politics, and her dissertation is on addiction and aesthetics in the ancient Greek world. Prior to coming to Harvard, she completed a Bachelor of Social Sciences, specializing in Political Science at the University of Ottawa, and two MA’s at McGill University in Montreal--one in Political Science (political theory), and the other in Classics (Greek & Roman literature). She TA’ed for lecture courses in Political Science and Classics for 4 years at McGill, and at Harvard she has taught Greek and Latin language courses, as well as in courses in GenEd.