Milena Anfosso earned a Ph.D. (2014–2019) summa cum laude in Ancient Greek Linguistics from Sorbonne University, Paris, France. She holds an M.A. (2011–2013) and a B.A. (2007–2011) in Classics, both summa cum laude, from the University of Turin, Italy. She spent three years (2016–2019) as a Visiting Researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles, Program in Indo-European Studies, thanks to (among others) a prestigious award from Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet’s Foundation (“Prix de la Vocation”, 2015, Publicis Group, Paris). Milena has given talks and published several articles in English, French, Italian, and Spanish, focusing on the sociolinguistic relationships between the Greeks, the Phrygians, and the other Anatolian populations in Ancient Anatolia, spanning from the 9th century BCE to the 3rd century CE. As a Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies Research Fellow, Milena is working on a monograph entitled “Entwining Greek with Asian Speech”: Studies on Timotheus of Miletus’ The Persians. Milena is versed in Italian Dialectology as well, more specifically in the particular dialectal linguistic heritage (Hellenic and Romance) of the Italian region of Calabria. In addition to her scholarly research, she is interested in translation and creative writing.