Sulpicia (III)

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Gender Female
Industry Education
Occupation Teacher/Tutor
Location United States
Introduction I read a lot, I cook a lot, and then I blog about it. I will a PhD student in Classics (starting this fall). My primary research interests are Plato, Ancient Philosophy, and Greek Tragedy. I'm also interested in Latin love elegy, Sallust, Herodotus, epistlography, Ancient Greek art history, Ancient Greek music history, pedagogy, and poison in the Greco-Roman world.
Interests classics, philosophy, math, cooking/baking, reading, astrophysics/cosmology, running, pilates, yoga, art history, archaeology
Favorite Movies Local Hero, The Dish, Diva, Galaxy Quest, Doc Martin, The Princess Bride, Comfort and Joy, Run Lola Run, Mystery Men, Emma, Clueless, Garden State, Spy Game, The Sting, All the Presidents Men, Get Shorty, Ever After, Pride and Prejudice, Star Trek (2009), Inception, Pride and Prejudice (miniseries), State of Play (miniseries), My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Cairo Time
Favorite Music Feeder, Cherry Ghost, Manau, Aimee Mann, Remy Zero, The Thorns, The Old 97s, Rhett Miller, Fischer Z, The Jayhawks, Josh Ritter, Spoon, Garbage, Coldplay, KT Tunstall, Cheap Trick, Steadman, Frou Frou, Imogen Heap, Sara Bareilles, Swell Season, Amy Correia, Amy Winehouse, Jules Shear, Jill Sobule
Favorite Books The Shadow of the Wind (Zafon), Reading Plato (Szlezak), Phaedrus (Plato), Republic (Plato: in Greek and trans. Bloom), Orestia (Aeschylus: in Greek & trans. Lloyd-Jones), Electra (Sophocles), Pride and Prejudice (Austen), Sophie's World (Gaarder), How the Universe Got Its Spots (Levin), The Tipping Point (Gladwell), The Seven Daughters of Eve (Sykes), The Spark (Downie), Greek Grammar (Smyth), Genres in Dialogue (Nightingale), Early Greece (Murray), A Room with a View (Forrester), The Awakening (Chopin), Dreams of a Final Theory (Weinberg), Seven Against Thebes (Aeschylus), Prometheus Bound (Pseudo?-Aeschylus), Invisible Cities (Calvino), The Dead (Joyce), Ode 2.13 (Horace), Medea (Euripides), the Bacchae (Euripides: Greek & trans. Arrowsmith)

Your pajamas have duckies on them. Why did you switch from choo-choos?

I was once told that ducks were the symbol of the apocalypse and I found that rather amusing.