- Notes on Contributors
Erika Zimmermann Damer is an assistant professor of classical studies at the University of Richmond. She is the author of articles on Tibullus in his elegiac context and a contributing editor of Roman graffiti from Herculaneum and Pompeii as part of the Ancient Graffiti Project. Her current research interests include sex, gender, embodiment, travel, and the urban environment in Roman texts of the Augustan and Flavian periods. She is completing her first book on embodied poetics in Roman elegy.
R. W. McCutcheon completed a Ph.D. in Classics at the University of Toronto in 2013 with a dissertation that examined the social materiality of Cicero’s correspondence. His research focuses on the interaction of textual culture and Roman social relations in the late Republican and early imperial eras. He was formerly a visiting assistant professor at the University of Toronto.
Melissa Mueller is associate professor of classics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is the author of Objects as Actors: Props and the Poetics of Performance in Greek Tragedy (Chicago 2016) and articles on tragedy, Homer, and Hesiod. [End Page 87]