Katerina Ladianou studied Greek Philology at the University of Crete (BA and MA) and received her Doctorate Degree at the Ohio State University. Her PhD thesis discussed the feminine voice in Archaic Greek Poetry. She has taught both Greek and Latin at the Ohio State University, University of Patras, University of Crete, and University of Athens. Her scholarly interests include Archaic Greek Poetry (both Epic and Lyric), Roman Love Elegy, performance and gender. She is the author of “The poetics of choreia. Imitation and Dance in the Anacreontea,” QUCC 80: 47-58, 2005 and “Female Choruses and Gardens of Nymphs: Visualizing Chorality in Sappho” in V. Cassato- A. Lardinois (ed.) The Look of Lyric: Greek Song and the Visual, 2016.