Curriculum Vitae

Education

• City University of New York Graduate Center. Classics, PhD, 2006; MA, 2001.
• Pratt Institute. Masters of Library Science, May 2011: Coursework in Database (PHP & SQL) design, Cataloguing, Website design, Microsoft Office, Content Management, Web 3.0, Reference, History of Librarianship, Book and Paper Conservation, Rare books and Libraries, Collection Development, HTML/CSS Web design; Content Management: WordPress, Drupal, Scanning and digitization; MARC 21, AACR2R, RDA, LC, and Hicks-Schiller cataloging.
• Queens College. Online/Hybrid Instruction Teacher Development Course, 2011
• City University of New York Graduate Center. Classics, PhD, 2006; MA, 2001.
• Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA, BA, Classics, 1988-1992.
• UC Berkeley: Summer Language Institute in Italian, 1990
• St. Ann’s High School, Brooklyn, NY June, 1987.

Teaching Experience

• Drew University, Adjunct Professor: Introductory-Advanced Latin, Slavery in the Classical World, Classical Myth, Introductory to Advanced Latin and Greek language and literature, Classical Drama, Classical Art and Architecture, Women in the Classical World, Thesis Supervision. Fall 2011-Present.
• Sarah Lawrence College: Visiting Lecturer in Greek, Spring 2012.
• The City University of New York: Adjunct Professor
o Queens College, Reading through Classical Literature (Classics 150: Survey of Greek and Roman Literature in Translation), Ancient Greek Tragedy and Epic (Classics 250), Fall 2010-Spring 2012. Online/Hybrid Instruction Teacher Development Course, 2011.
o City College of New York, Spring 2011, Fall, 2010: Greek and Latin Roots of Words, Spring 2009: Virgil, Aeneid (3rd semester Latin), Spring 2010: 2nd Semester Latin.
o Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY: Adjunct Professor, Spring 2007; Fall 2008-Spring 2009: Classical Cultures (Core Curriculum).
o Hunter College, NY, NY: Classical Myth: Fall 1999-Spring 2000, Fall 2003, Spring 2004.
o Bernard Baruch College, Remedial English Composition, 1992.
• Program Scholar, Queens Public Library Series: “Ancient Greeks/ Modern Lives. April 2011-December 2012.
• TEAK Fellowship Program for Gifted 7th and 8th graders
o Introductory Latin, Spring Intensive
o Summer Institute, 2008; 2009
o Year-round TEAK Latin tutor, 2008-2009
• Stern College (Yeshiva University), NY, NY Adjunct Professor, Latin I-III, 2007-2008.
• Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ: Lecturer, 2005: Latin 1; Latin Elegy.
• ESL Classroom teacher:
o Institute of Modern Languages, New Orleans, LA, 1996.
o Rennert Bilingual, NY, NY, 1992-1993
• Private Tutor, Ancient Greek and Latin, Italian, French, ESL, 1992-Present.

Library, Editing & Information Science Experience

• Longtail Studios: Educational App Creator in Latin, Greek and ESL: Nov. 2014-Present.
• Brooklyn College Library, Open Access Education Program IT Assistant, Website developer. Feb.-July 2015. Co-author: Classical Roots of the Medical Humanities
• Hunter College Women’s Studies Collective: Permissions and Bibliographic Assistant: Fall 2012-Jan. 2014.
• Cataloguer and Organizer, Classics Library, Prof. Sarah Pomeroy-Aug. 2011; Library Reference and Research Assistant, Professor Emeritus Sarah Pomeroy, Hunter College, NY (2008-2014).
• Diamond Law Library of Columbia University, Special & Medieval Collections (Summer 2010). Inventory, cataloging, digitizing and condition assessment. Programmer and Designer: The Diamond Printers’ Mark Database, 2010-2011.
• Pratt Twining Fellow (Library Studies), May-June 2010: Florence, Italy.
• Point-system Database Creator, The Hungry March Band, 2010.
• ESP Records: Bernard Stollman, JD. (Executive Director, ESP Records). Taxonomy, legal research, cataloging. (2009-2010).
• Freelance Editor, Oxford Online, Classics Bibliography Project. Supervisor, Andrew Herrmann. Editing and annotation of Classical Bibliography. (2008-2009). Co-editor for five online bibliographies.
• Editor and proofreader: Dee Clayman, Pyrrho the Cynic, Leiden, Brill, 2008.
• Database of Classical Bibliography: Microsoft Office Database, in partnership with L’Année Philologique: CUNY Research Foundation
o Acting Director 2001-2008
o Supervisor and Editor, 2000
o Research Assistant, 1997-2000
• Editor, Columbia University Press, 1993-1994.

Scholarship

• Co-author: The Classical Roots of the Medical Humanities: http://libguides.brooklyn.cuny.edu/ancientmedicine_goyette/home
• “Barbarians or Super-villains? The Persians in Frank Miller’s 300, Greek Vase Painting, and Literature.” Classics in the Comics, Oxford University Press, 2010. CSC Outreach Panel: “Classics in the Comics.” American Philological Association Convention, 2008.
• Slavery in the Classical Utopia: A Comparative Study. PhD Dissertation, City University of New York, 2006.
Pratt Twining Paper on Medici Studies: Sphaera Mundi: The Armillary Sphere and the Medicis, 2010.

Languages

Latin, Greek, French, and Italian. Some Spanish, Russian, and German.

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