Hannah Sorscher received her A.B. with honors in Classical Studies from the University of Chicago in 2014 and spent the following year as a non-degree graduate student in Classics at the University of Michigan. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Classics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In 2017 she completed her M.A. at UNC Chapel Hill with a thesis titled “Incest, Cannibalism, Filicide: Elements of the Thyestes Myth in Ovid’s Stories of Tereus and Myrrha” under the guidance of Dr. Sharon James. Her research interests include Latin and Greek poetry, Latin historiography and prose, and the Roman family.