Zombie Languages: Classical Languages that Just Won’t Die
A discussion of the benefits of learning the classical languages Greek and Latin in the modern world. Presented at the Transatlantic Connections Conference 2018.
Translating Gender in Euripides’s Medea
A paper looking into the gender dynamics of Euripides’ Medea, especially in regard to the titular character and her place as a woman in a patriarchal world.
Back from the Brink: Reviving Native Languages
Survey comparing the Hebrew, Welsh, and Irish language revivals, discussing successful aspects of Hebrew and Welsh, which have seen great success and some success respectively, and how the Irish language revival can learn from the others. Presented at the Transatlantic Connections Conference 2017.