- Notes on Contributors
Lucas Fain is Lecturer on Philosophy, Politics, and Humanities at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He taught previously at Harvard University and was an Affiliate Scholar at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society & Institute. His research concentrates on the relation between happiness and philosophy in the European philosophical tradition, and he is developing a psychoanalytic approach to the study of philosophy. He is currently completing a book entitled Primal Philosophy: Rousseau and the Seduction of Happiness.
Anne Feltovich is Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics at Hamilton College. She works on women’s relationships in comedy and recently contributed a chapter on sisters to the collected volume, Women in Roman Republican Drama (Madison, 2015). Her current projects include a chapter on archetypal character studies for the Blackwell Companion to Plautus and a book manuscript on women’s social bonds in Greek and Roman comedy.
Caroline A. Perkins is Professor of Classics and the Chair of the Department of Modern Languages at Marshall University. She has co-authored two textbooks on Ovid: the Ovid Legamus Transitional Reader (Mundelein, IL, 2008) and Ovid, Amores, Book 1: A Commentary (Norman, 2011). She has also published numerous articles on Ovid’s Amores and the Histories of Tacitus.
Han Tran is Lecturer at the University of Miami, Coral Gables. She has edited and authored a number of (forthcoming) children’s books on topics ranging from Norse myth to Southern Africa’s Kalahari desert. Her current research interests range from the role and function of ancient Greek wooden statues to the reception of classical myths in contemporary art. [End Page 287]