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University of Amsterdam (Classics)
Utrecht University (Master's)
Harvard University (PhD)
A dual citizen of The Netherlands and the US, I developed an interest in the study of languages and cultures from an early age. I combined this with a passion for history while majoring in Ancient Greek and Latin at the University of Amsterdam, and obtained a Master's in Religious Studies from Utrecht University. Most recently, I graduated with a PhD from the Department of the Classics at Harvard University. During the past year, I have been appointed a Harvard College Fellow in Medieval Latin.
Throughout my studies, I have dedicated myself to teaching others. Over the years, I have tutored dozens of middle school and high school students, taught a summer school course in Ancient Greek at the Harvard Summer School, and taught various courses on Classical and Medieval Latin at Harvard.
I have extensive experience in tutoring and teaching Latin and Ancient Greek, and am also proficient in a number of modern languages, including Dutch, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or wish to schedule a tutoring session. A dual citizen of The Netherlands and the US, I developed an interest in the study of languages and cultures from an early age. I combined this with a passion for history while majoring in Ancient Greek and … Read more
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