Euripides' Trojan Women

Course Description: Euripides' Trojan Women was one of his most popular plays in antiquity, although it's not read as widely now. It focuses on the women of Troy in the immediate aftermath of the war and is widely seen as an anti-war play.


Level: Students will need to be able to read Greek at at least an intermediate level.

Textbook: Instructor will provide materials

Sections capped at: 5 students. If the course is sold-out, please fill out this waiting-list form.

Tuesdays, 9pm EDT

Price: $250.00

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Emily Jusino

Emily Jusino earned a B.A. in Theater and Classics from William and Mary and her Ph.D. in Classics from the University of Chicago. She has taught Latin and Greek at Duke University and the University of Rochester. Her academic research focused on Greek tragedy and Sophocles in particular. She is currently pursuing a career in project management. Outside of work and reading Latin and Greek, you can find her teaching Jazzercise or performing in community theater. This is her second term teaching for Paideia.