Catherine Saterson, ‘21

Catherine Saterson is a doctoral student in the joint program in Classics and Comparative Literature. Her recent research has revolved around sirens, in particular the Sirens of Greco-Roman antiquity. Prior to her current program of study, she taught introductory Latin at George Jackson Academy in NYC. As an undergraduate at Princeton University, she produced translation-adaptations of select elegies by Propertius, Tibullus, Ovid, and Sulpiciaa project for which she received the Classics department’s John J. Keaney prize and the Samuel Shellabarger Memorial Prize in Creative Writing.