Hilary Lehmann

Education: Concentration in Gender Studies, UCLA 2012; M.A. Classics, UCLA 2010; B.A. Classics and English with Women's Studies Concentration, St. Olaf College 2004.

Interests: Rhetoric; women, gender, and sexuality; mythology; Greek tragedy.

Activities: Humanities Council Representative, 2011-2012; Graduate Writing Center Board, 2011-2012; Co-organizer, "That's What She Said: the Construction and Expression of Women's Voices in Antiquity," UCLA graduate conference, November 2010.  Co-organizer, UCLA-UC Irvine Classics Graduate Colloquium, May 2010.

Papers presented: "Myth at play: Simultaneous and conflicting mythographies in Statius' Achilleid," presented at "Why So Serious? The Past and its Diversions," University of Michigan Graduate Conference, April 2011; "Littera Arcana: the Literary Passion of Byblis," presented at "Epistulae Signum: Correspondence in Life and Literature," University of Virginia Graduate Conference, March 2009.

Awards: Michael Jameson Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2012-2013; Mellon Foundation Pre-Dissertation Fellowship, 2012; UCLA Graduate Research Mentorship (Cota-Robles), 2011-2012, Eugene V. Cota-Robles Fellowship, UCLA, 2008-2009.