Academic Leadership for 2022-2023:
Patricia Rosenmeyer,Seymour & Seymour & Carol Levin Distinguished Term Professor and professor, Department of Classics. Areas of research: archaic Greek poetry; Helen of Troy; ancient Greek epistolary fiction; Hellenistic poetry; archaic, Hellenistic and imperial epigram; Ovid; imperial Greek literature; literary theory; and reception studies. Phone: 919-962-1509 Email: email@example.com
Michele Rivkin-Fish, associate professor, Department of Anthropology. Areas of research: Medical anthropology, moral economies of medicine and health, gender and health, reproductive politics, health care reform, Russia, United States
Karen M. Gajewski, M.A. Phone: 919-962-1509 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrea Cummings, administrative assistant/accounting tech. Phone: 919-962-1509 Email: email@example.com
Talya Kravitz: Graduate Student Assistant, 2021-2022.
Annie LeBaron: Lori and Eric Sklut Undergraduate Intern, 2021-2022.
Ruth von Bernuth, professor of early modern German Studies (1500-1750), Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures. Areas of research: Medieval and Early modern German and Yiddish literature; folly literature and culture; disability studies. Bio