D.R. Shackleton-Bailey Collegiate Professor of Greek and Latin, Emerita
Rm 2119 Angell Hall, 435 S State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003
A.B. '73, Berkeley
Ph.D. '78, Harvard
My research is mostly on Greek literature, especially Homer and Greek tragedy, though I have also done some work in Hellenistic poetry and a Bryn Mawr Commentary on Lysias 1, and I am working on a Cambridge green-and-yellow on Hesiod's "Works and Days" and on a general book on how Greek literature from Homer through the classical period represents Theory of Mind and attribution of motives—thinking about the mental lives of other people.