Becoming a Leader in a Crisis: Gender and Ethical Dimensions in Ancient Greece

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Mallory Monaco Caterine

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    Mallory Monaco Caterine is a Professor of Practice in the Department of Classical Studies at Tulane University (New Orleans, LA) and a co-editor of the “Becoming a Leader” series with Norman Sandridge. She earned her doctorate in Classics from Princeton University. An expert in ancient Greek culture, history, and literature, she has a strong interest in issues of leadership and gender in both antiquity and the contemporary world. Her greatest passion is helping students connect the past to the present to themselves, in order to become more thoughtful, empathetic, and successful leaders. She has organized and contributed to two online ancient leadership studies courses (here and here), as well as a virtual conference on teaching leadership through Classics (here). Her own practice of leadership has been formed by her time skating with and managing the Big Easy Rollergirls, New Orleans’ best women’s flat-track roller derby league.

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