Todd C., Ph.D.
Cornell University - Classics
University of California, Santa Barbara - Classics & English
Currently a professor in the Cornell Classics Department, Todd specializes in tutoring Latin, Ancient Greek, Sanskrit, and English verse poetry (Milton, Frost, Shakespeare, et al.). He enjoys working with students of all ages, but especially high schoolers and college students. An award-winning surfer, Todd is also an avid hiker and rock climber who is over halfway to becoming an Adirondack 46er.
Susi F., Ph.D.
Sorbonne University - Philosophy
La Sapienza University - Philosophy
University of Bologna - Human Rights & Political Science
A professor at the University of San Francisco, Susi specializes in Latin, Ancient Greek, and philosophy and enjoys working with students of all ages. In addition to an extensive publishing résumé in the field of philosophy, she has also authored several books of poetry and fables. She loves experimenting with new things so much that her favorite hobby is to try a new hobby at least once!
Jonathan P., Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley - Classics
Princeton University - Classics
Jonathan specializes in Latin, Ancient Greek, and writing, and he particularly enjoys working with high school and college students. He has published a number of articles in leading academic journals (including Classical Antiquity and the American Journal of Philology) on the topic of ancient rhetoric, and he is currently working on a book on Plato's educational rivals. In addition to reading his beloved Virgil, he enjoys tinkering with his Arduino kit and riding his bike on the Delaware and Raritan canal.
Amy V., Ph.D.
The Ohio State University - Classics
Hamilton College - Classics & German
Amy specializes in Latin, Ancient Greek, & diction for singers. She enjoys working with students of all ages, but especially the very young and middle schoolers. Still, her favorite pupil of all time was 73 years old. She is famous for owning the largest cat in Monroe County, a Himalayan/Maine coon cross named Sherpa.
Erik O., M.A.
University of Chicago - Humanities (Classics focus)
University of Colorado - Classics & Linguistics
Erik specializes in Latin, Ancient Greek, and American Indian languages, and he enjoys working with students of all ages. Erik is a true polyglot with a working to advanced knowledge of over 30 languages. An avid musician, he plays three different kinds of flute (two Korean and one Irish), and he can more than hold his own at a ceilidh.
Kostas P., M.A.
Villanova University - Classics
Kostas specializes in Latin, Ancient & Modern Greek, and Romance languages. He enjoys working with students of all ages, but especially high school and college students. A Billboard-charting musical artist, Kostas has written, produced, or remixed over 400 songs. His favorite grammatical construction is the ablative of punishment, on which he wrote his senior thesis.
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