Marie-Claire Beaulieu is an associate professor of Classical Studies at Tufts University. She has received her PhD. from the University of Texas at Austin (2008), and her MA and BA from the Université de Montréal (2003 and 2001). Her major research areas are Greek mythology and digital humanities and she teaches complete sequence of courses on Greek mythology and its later incarnations in medieval, early modern, and contemporary literature and popular culture. With the Perseids Project (https://www.perseids.org/), Prof. Beaulieu has engaged in large infrastructure-building initiatives in the digital humanities, designing collaborative editing and annotation software. She has also engaged extensively in interdisciplinary teaching, in particular with the Department of Computer Science, and her classes make frequent use of technology to involve students in the process of research. In general, Prof. Beaulieu is interested in using the digital medium to foster greater engagement with the ancient world through the study of language, art, and culture.
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