Dexter Brown ’15

Dexter Brown is a doctoral student in the Departments of Classics and Religious Studies, focusing on ancient Greek literature and scholarship between pagan, Jewish, and Christian traditions.

His current research concerns notions of “Homer” and “Moses” as author figures in Greek scholarship, including the Homeric scholia and the Mosaic commentaries of Philo of Alexandria. He is also interested in discourses of textual fluidity, literary authenticity, and forgery in ancient literary criticism.