Associate Professor of Classics and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland
Anna-Maria Kellen Fellow - Class of Fall 2006
Dimitrios Yatromanolakis is assistant professor in the department of classics at Johns Hopkins University and a research associate at the Center for Hellenic Studies at Harvard University. He has studied classics and ethnomusicology at the universities of Athens and Oxford (M.St. and D.Phil.) and at Harvard. A former junior fellow in the Harvard Society of Fellows, he has published on archaic and classical Greek culture, papyrology, and vase-painting, and is the author of Sappho in the Making: An Anthropology of Reception (2006) and Fragments of Sappho: A Commentary. He is the co-author of Towards a Ritual Poetics (Foundation of the Hellenic World, 2003) and the co-editor of Greek Ritual Poetics (Harvard, 2004). Articles on his research on ancient Greek music have appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, Odyssey, and Harvard Gazette. In 2001-2002 he received the William F. Milton Award.