Daniel Bessner currently holds the Joff Hanauer Honors Professorship in Western Civilization at the University of Washington. He is a member of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and was previously the Anne H.H. and Kenneth B.
Kaitlyn Boulding is a doctoral candidate in the department of Classics. Her dissertation research explores the relationships between craft, cosmological myth, festival cultures, the transmission of knowledge in Hesiod and Plato.
Lise Lalonde's doctoral work in French Studies from the University of Washington focused on issues of equity and social justice, particularly on the role of race in the construction of French identity.
Julie Stoverink acts as the chief financial officer for the Simpson Center.She works closely with the faculty Director, Simpson Center staff, and CAS administrative team to steward the Center’s diverse financial portfolio, including budget development, revenue forecasting, financia
Sarah Levin-Richardson explores ancient Roman slavery and sexuality at the intersection of material culture and social history, with a 2019 book on Pompeii’s brothel (The Brothel of Pompeii: Sex, Class, and Gender at the Margins of Roman Society), and a new monograph project called T