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Name Sarah Brown Ferrario
Position Associate Professor
Institutional Affiliation Catholic University
Latitude 38.938438
Longitude -76.999871
Research Interests

Greek history and literature, particularly of the fifth and fourth centuries BC

Websites https://greek-latin.catholic.edu/faculty-and-research/faculty-profiles/ferrario-sarah/index.html

Historical Agency and the 'Great Man' in Classical Greece (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014).

"Historical Agency and Self-Awareness in Xenophon's Hellenica and Anabasis," in Fiona Hobden and Christopher Tuplin, eds., Xenophon: Ethical Principle and Historical Enquiry (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 341-76.
"'Reading' Athens: Foreign Perceptions of the Political Roles of Athenian Leaders in Thucydides," in Antonis Tsakmakis and Melina Tamiolaki, eds., Thucydides' Techniques: Between Historical Research and Literary Representation (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2012), 181-97.

"Political Tragedy: Sophocles and Athenian History," in Andreas Markantonatos, ed., Brill’s Companion to Sophocles (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 447-70.
"Replaying Antigone: Changing Patterns of Public and Private Commemoration at Athens c. 440-350," in Cynthia Patterson, ed., Antigone’s Answer: Essays on Death and Burial, Family and State in Classical Athens = Helios 33S (2006), 79-117.
"Aeschylean Structure and Text in New Opera: The Oresteia Project," with Andrew Earle Simpson, Didaskalia 6.3 (2006).
"Greek Tragedy and Opera: An Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Seminar," Classical World 99.1 (2005), 51-66."
from http://greeklatin.cua.edu/faculty/ferrario.cfm

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