Erika J. Nesholm
Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics
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Erika Nesholm came to Kenyon in 2011 after serving as Visiting Assistant Professor at The College of William and Mary, Georgetown University, and Williams College. Her research focuses on Latin literature of the late Republic and early empire she has published articles on Ovid, Cicero, and Catullus and is currently working on a book on Ovid's double Heroides. Nesholm offers courses in Latin and Greek at all levels as well as a range of courses on ancient literature and mythology.
Ph.D. University of Washington
B.A. Williams College
"Uritur et loquitur: (Mis)understanding Passionate Speech in Catullus 83," forthcoming in Latomus.
"Language and Artistry in Cicero's Pro Archia," Classical World 103.4 (2010): 477-490.
"Inscribed Consent: Reading, Writing, and Performative Speech in Heroides 20," Syllecta Classica 20 (2009): 53-70.
LATN 201: Intermediate Latin: Prose
GREK 301: Advanced Greek: Lyric Poetry
CLAS 130: Classical Mythology