Meredith Safran is Assistant Professor of Classics, specializing in Roman literature
and culture. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in 2010 and
is working on a book about the construction of female civic identity in Roman
historiography and political mythology, as represented by the Late Republican
writer Livy. She also works on the adaptation of ancient Greek and Roman
literary motifs and myths in contemporary literature, film, and television,
with a focus on the work of British novelist A.S. Byatt.
Maurice L. Wade
Maurice L. Wade is Professor of Philosophy and a contributing faculty member in
International Studies, and Public Policy Studies. He received his Ph.D. for
Stanford University in 1982 and joined the Trinity faculty in 1983.
He has published on Rawls’ theory of justice, philosophy of sport,
ethics and medical technology, ethics and public policy, racial science, and
Frantz Fanon. He is currently working on
Fanon, French colonial humanism, and Senghorian African humanism.
Cheryl Greenberg, History
Anne Lambright, Hispanic Studies & Language and Culture Studies
Beth Notar, Anthropology
Sarah Raskin, Psychology & Neuroscience
Dan Román, Music