Stefani Echeverría-Dixon

Classics PhD Program
Research Interests: 
Latin Elegy, Roman Satire, Roman Comedy, Early Christian Martyr Texts, Postcolonial Reception of the Classics in Caribbean and Latin American Literature, Pedagogy and Diversity in Contemporary Classical Education, Trauma Theory.
B.A. Classics and Women's and Gender Studies, CUNY Brooklyn (2010)
M.A. Latin, UC Berkeley (2012)
Office / Location: 
7227 Dwinelle Hall
Email: 
s [dot] dixon [at] berkeley [dot] edu
Select Publications: 

July 2014: ‘Per Tot Discrimina Rerum: Classical Pedagogy by/for Urban Students Experiencing Crisis and Poverty.’ Classics In Extremis, international conference: Durham University, UK.

January 2018: 'Textual Healing: Physical Trauma and Literary Education in Book 1 of De Civitate Dei.' AIA/SCS Annual Meeting: Boston, Massachusetts.

Winner of the UC Berkeley Outstanding GSI (Graduate Student Instructor) Award for Teaching, 2015. 

Lecturer in Ecclesiastical Latin, Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University.

 

Office Hours: 
Spring 2015: Mondays 10:30-11:30am; Thursdays 12:30-1:30pm; or any time by appointment!