Doug Fraleigh

Education: B.A. in Philosophy and Classical Languages, University of California, Berkeley, 2008; M.A. in Classics, UCLA, 2011.

Interests: Ancient drama (especially Old Comedy); Greek dialects; Greek and Latin sociolinguistics; Metre; Social history and historiography.

Presentations:

"Rethinking Dactylo-Epitrite in Euripides' Medea." To be delivered at the annual meeting of the SCS, San Francisco, 2016.

"Class and the Aulularia: Megadorus' Criticism of uxores dotatae." CAMWS Annual Meeting, Boulder, 2015.

Panel Respondent, "Bodies in Revolt: Erotics, Metaphor, and Materiality in the Ancient World."  UCLA Graduate Student Conference, 2015.

"Playing the Greek in Plautine Rome." CAPN Annual Meeting, Eugene, 2013.


Activities: The Center for Hellenic Studies' summer graduate seminar in Greek dialects, 2010; Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth, 2007-2011.