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: http://kallion.org/
SAGE Business Cases Ancient Leadership Series: http://sk.sagepub.com/ancientleadershipseries
Beyond the Boundaries of Fantasia: An Ancient Imagining of the Future of Leadership course: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/sunoikisis-ancient-leadership/index
American Pi: Ancient Leadership in the Era of Donald Trump course: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/ancient-leadership-in-the-era-of-donald-trump/index
Aequora at Lafayette Academy: https://www.paideiainstitute.org/aequora