Seemee Ali

    Seemee Ali earned her Ph.D. in literature from the Institute of Philosophic Studies at the University of Dallas, under the mentorship of Louise Cowan. A Fellow of the Dallas Institute, she now holds a joint appointment at Carthage College (Kenosha, Wisconsin) in its interdisciplinary Great Ideas Program and English Department. Her most recent essay is entitled “Okeanos’ Metaphysical Currents in the Iliad‘ (forthcoming, Kernos). She has also published essays on the goddess Hera (“Seeing Hera in the Iliad,” Harvard/CHS Research Bulletin) and on the twentieth-century American writers Wallace Stevens (in The Prospect of Lyric, Dallas Institute Press) and William Faulkner (in Augustine and Literature, Lexington). She was named a Fellow of Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies for the academic year 2014-2015 and is presently working on a book-length study of the Iliad, co-authored with Michael McShane. (2017, 2018)

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