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Mallory Monaco Caterine, Department of Classical Studies Tulane University

Mallory Monaco Caterine

Classics Club Faculty Advisor
Senior Professor of Practice
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PhD, Classics, 2013. Princeton University
MA, Classics, 2010. Princeton University
BA, Linguistics and Classical Languages, 2007. Georgetown University
Faculty Fellow, Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching (CELT), 2018-2019
Faculty Fellow, Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design, 2018
Residential Faculty Mentor, Monroe Hall, 2016-2018


Professor Monaco Caterine earned her PhD at Princeton University, writing a dissertation on the significance of the Hellenistic past in Plutarch's Lives. Her research and teaching interests include: post-classical Greek cultural history and prose literature; and leadership in the ancient world, with a focus on tyrants and women. She has co-organized two online ancient leadership syllabi as well as an online conference on the teaching of leaders and leadership through Classics, and continues to promote a humanistic approach to leadership education inside and outside of academia.


Kallion: Elevating Leadership through the Humanities:

SAGE Business Cases Ancient Leadership Series:

Beyond the Boundaries of Fantasia: An Ancient Imagining of the Future of Leadership course:

American Pi: Ancient Leadership in the Era of Donald Trump course:

Aequora at Lafayette Academy:

Latin language revived through course on Roman satire