Erin M. Hanses
Erin M. Hanses specializes in Latin poetry of the late Republic and early Empire. Her main research focuses on responses to Lucretius in Roman love elegy, as well as elegiac engagement with the Epicureanism of both Lucretius and his Greek language contemporary, Philodemus. Other research areas include gender and identity in ancient Greece and Rome, and the intersection between medical and literary descriptions of pleasure in classical literature. She has presented her work in Italy, Mexico, Serbia, Canada, and across the United States.