Prof. Angela Taraskiewicz
Meier Hall 125
Ph.D. Candidate -- The University of Chicago
DISSERTATION, Medea Volans: The Bride’s Tragedy in Euripides’ Medea.
GREEK POETRY, especially as it can be illuminated by comparative myth and folktale.
GREEK RELIGION AND SOCIETY, especially women’s ritual and the construction of gender.
RECENT PRESENTATIONS, PUBLICATIONS, AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
• "String Theory: The Poetry of A.E. Stallings." Valparaiso Poetry Review. Fall/Winter 2010-2011: Volume XII, Number 1.
• “Generic Intertextuality in Euripides’ Medea.” APA Annual Meeting. 2008.
• “Motherhood as Teleia: Rituals of Incorporation at the Kourotrophic Shrine.” APA Annual Meeting. 2007.