- Notes on Contributors
William Brockliss is Assistant Professor of Classics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is the author of Homeric Imagery and the Natural Environment (Center for Hellenic Studies, forthcoming) and of articles on aspects of horror in early Greek hexameter (e.g., the abject, the nightmare). He co-edited the Yale Classical Studies/Cambridge University Press volumes Reception and the Classics and Learning Latin and Greek from Antiquity to the Present.
Lisl Walsh is Associate Professor of Classics at Beloit College. She has published on tragedy, self, gender and sexuality, and Roman culture. Her current research centers on Senecan tragedy, and on classics and film.
Jessica Westerhold is Lecturer of Classics at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She has published articles on Ovid’s play with the tragic genre in his elegy and epic. Her most recent project considered his reception of Euripides’ tragic heroines, Phaedra and Medea. Her newest research explores the idea of happiness in Latin literature.