Grants per year
Professor Hopman is a scholar of ancient Greek culture with an expertise in archaic and classical poetry and special interests in literary theory, feminist studies, animal studies, posthumanism, and the environmental humanities. In both her research and teaching, she asks how the study of the ancient past can contribute to historicize, criticize, and possibly modify the contours of current debates, especially those pertaining to gendered hierarchies and the environmental crisis.
Classical Philology, PhD, Harvard University
… → 2005
Greek Studies, PhD, Universite Paris Sorbonne - Paris IV
… → 2005
Classics, BA, École normale supérieure
… → 1998
- Ancient Greece literature
- Greek and Roman poetry
- Greek myths
- Greek tragedy
- The Odyssey
Hopman, M. I., May 16 2012, In: American Journal of Philology. 133, 1, p. 1-30 30 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review