I am the Language Program Director in Classics at Yale University. I received a BA in Classical Civilization and MAT in Latin and Classical Humanities from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a PhD in Classics from the University of Texas at Austin.

In addition to teaching, my interests include most things North African. At the moment I am focused on the religious, sociopolitical, and material context of Augustine’s philosophy of memory and time. I am also interested in pre- and non-Roman North African antiquity, the reception of classical literature in Roman North African education, and the reception of Rome in the modern Maghrib.

This website advertises my Etruscan and Early Italic fonts. It also includes supplementary material for my ancient Greek textbook, Gareth Morgan’s Lexis. I am creating another project, Terrae Transmarinae, currently on hold due to the pandemic, that will offer material on ancient North Africa in anticipation of a digital tool mapping intellectual networks.

Some of my academic work is available on my academia.edu webpage.

See my Departmental webpage (coming soon) for my contact information and CV.

Here’s a picture of my dog, Flora MacDonald.