About Us

Website contributors:

David Bicknell: Junior double major in Classics and Philosophy at Stockton University. As of Spring 2017, a student in the Advanced Latin II class. He is interested in the poetry of the Late Roman Republic, Hellenistic philosophy, and Bronze Age archaeology. He is also a volunteer at a local wildlife refuge and a decorated archer, having won many awards in tournaments and in his work as an archery instructor.

Amanda Cook: Sophomore Literature major with a minor in Latin at Stockton University. Her contributions to this website were produced as part of a group project in the Intermediate Latin II class of Spring 2017. Her interests include literature, gender studies, and ancient or archaic literature.

Nick DeFillipo: Holds a B.A. in History and B.A. in Classical and Ancient Mediterranean Studies from Pennsylvania State University, with honors in History. His contributions to this website were produced as part of his work in a group project in the Intermediate Latin II class at Stockton University in Spring 2017. His interests include Augustan Propaganda, the relation of Aristophanic Comedies and Horatian Satires, and the American Civil War.

Victoria Forester: Sophomore Biology major and Latin minor at Stockton University. Her contributions to this website were produced as part of her work on a group project in the Intermediate Latin II class of Spring 2017. She is interested in health, anatomy, genetics, and archery.

Sandra Juarez: Sophomore Literature major with a minor in Latin at Stockton University. Her contributions to this website were produced as part of her work on a group project for the Intermediate Latin II class in Spring of 2017. Her interests include languages, gender studies, and grammar.

Shilo Previti: Sophomore Literature major with minors in Latin, Writing, and Philosophy at Stockton University. Her contributions to this website were produced as part of her work on a group project for the Intermediate Latin II class in Spring 2017. Her interests include Indigenous Studies, Mysticism, frame tales, and languages and grammar.

Julie Scully: Senior Literature major with minors in Latin and Art History at Stockton University. Her contributions to this website were produced as part of her work on a group project for the Advanced Latin II class in Spring 2017. She is interested in the evolution of language, the life of Alexander the Great, Roman Realism and Greek Idealism in art, and the rebirth of Classicism during the Renaissance.

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