BA in Classics, Dalhousie University and the University of King's College
MA in Classics, Dalhousie University
Carolyn was a graduate student on the Ancient Literature track. She received a First Class Honours BA in Classics from Dalhousie University in 2007 and completed her MA in 2009, with a thesis entitled "Poetic Infidelity in Catullus' Carmina Docta." She completed her doctoral dissertation, " Looking like a Roman, Looking like a Greek: Viewing as Cultural Performance in the Late Republic and Early Empire." Her research and teaching interests include Latin literature, Roman visual culture, and Graeco-Roman cultural interaction.