I am a fifth-year student who came to Columbia from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, where I completed a BA in Geography and an MA in Ancient History. My interests lie primarily in the intersection of human geography and the ancient world, including ethnographic/geographic writings and ancient mapping. Other interests include Hellenistic and Republican history, and Roman Art History, especially relief sculpture in Rome and the eastern provinces. Zoë Tan email.
- Classical Dialogues: Stoics and Skeptics on Cataleptic Impressions by Tobias Reinhardt
- Classical Dialogues: Killing Mummies–On Inka Epistemology and Imperial Power by Terence D’Altroy
- Classical Studies Student Mentoring Program
- Inaugural Classical Philosophy Lecture: Aristotle on Productive Understanding and Completeness, by Ursula Coope, Corpus Christi College Oxford
- Columbia Classical Studies Photo Award 2015