Emily Wilson

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Emily Rose Caroline Wilson (born 1971) is a British classicist who is Associate Professor of Classics at the University of Pennsylvania.[1][2] She is the daughter of A. N. Wilson[3] and Katherine Duncan-Jones[4] and the sister of the food writer Bee Wilson.[5]

A graduate of Balliol College, Oxford in 1992 (BA in Literae Humaniores, Classical Literature and Philosophy), she undertook her MPhil in English Renaissance Literature (1994) at Corpus Christi College, Oxford and her Doctorate (2001) in Classical and Comparative Literature at Yale University.[1] In 2006, she won a Rome Prize.

Emily Wilson is a book reviewer for The Times Literary Supplement,[6] and the London Review of Books.[7] and The New Republic[8] She is the classics editor for the Norton Anthologies of World Literature and Western Literature. [9] [10]


Articles and Reviews[edit]