Christopher is a PhD student at Harvard University, whose research interests focus on imperial Latin literature and culture, the ancient novel, and reception in late antiquity. He has an A.B. in Classics at Princeton University, where he wrote a thesis on the hymns of Synesius of Cyrene, a bishop from North Africa. He was a Paideia Institute Rome Fellow for 2014-2015. In addition to his literary interests, he loves archaeological sites and has participated in excavations at Stryme, in northern Greece. He is an alumnus of the Paideia Institute's first Living Latin in Rome program in 2011. He also participated in Living Latin in New York City 2013, taught Living Latin and Greek at Germantown Friends School, and was an assistant instructor for Living Latin in Rome (High School) in 2014 and 2015.
Joseph Conlon has a BA from Reed College and a Ph.D. from Princeton University. He has taught in various Paideia programs since 2011, including LGiG, LLiR, and LLiR(HS), and also teaches Sanskrit through Telepaideia. He currently holds a postdoctoral fellowship with Paideia and is creating digital resources for learning Latin and Ancient Greek, including a Latin high school textbook. He is interested in language pedagogy, theories of language acquisition, historical linguistics, Homer, Plato, and Plautus.
Amy is Assistant Director for U.S. Operations as well as a former Rome Fellow (2014-2015). She has an M.St. in Ancient Philosophy from the University of Oxford and an A.B. in Classics from Princeton University. She is an alumna of Paideia's very first program, Living Latin in Rome, 2011. She has taught as an assistant faculty member and also been Logistical Director for the Living Latin in Rome (High School) program. Based in the NYC office, she works on development, outreach, digital publications, and programs for Paideia.
Ilias Kolokouris is a Ph.D. student in Classics at the University of Athens and New College, Oxford. He holds a ptychion in Ancient Greek and Latin Literature, and a Master's Degree in teaching Modern Greek as a foreign language. His thesis was on the tragic elements found in Aristophanes’ Acharnians. Ilias has taught for the University of Missouri Creative Writing Seminars on Serifos, for the Modern Greek Language Centre of the University of Athens and for Paideia’s Living Greek in Greece program. His current research focuses on the reception of ancient Greek literature within modern greek Aestheticism prose and British Decadence in Oxford.
James McGlone is a native of Boonton, NJ, and an alumnus of Living Latin in Rome 2014. He graduated from Harvard in May 2015 with a degree in History and a secondary focus in Classics, and gave the Latin Salutatory Address at Harvard's Commencement Exercises. Most of his great loves are family affairs, from the Irish music he plays with his five siblings to the fondness for Newman, Belloc, Chesterton, and all things medieval that he often shares with his grandfather over a good cup of tea.
Greek Curriculum Development Fellow, Instructor, LGiG
Alex is finishing his PhD in Classics at Princeton University. His interests include late antique Greek literature, ancient rhetoric and literary criticism, and animals in ancient thought. His dissertation is on the figure of the philosopher in the epistolary corpus of Synesius of Cyrene. He has taught at LGiG since its inception.
Emma has a B.A. in Classics from Yale University, where she wrote a thesis on Vitruvius's De Architectura and its influence on later architectural theorists. She is interested in investigating the intersection of Classics and Architecture, and enjoys Archaeology too. She spent each of her summers during college in Rome, doing a range of activities from working on an archaeological dig to participating in Living Latin in Rome to doing independent research--she's also catalogued the best gelato spots in Rome!
Logan has a B.A. in Classical Studies from Boston College, was a Rome Fellow at the Paideia Institute in 2015-16, and is currently pursuing an M.A. in Latin and Greek literature at Boston College. He has specific interest in Renaissance humanists and modern reception of Classical literature. He enjoys books of all sorts, language learning, and storytelling. He plans to continue to learn languages, explore world literature, and foster appreciation for Classical learning while teaching ancient languages.