Jeremy March / Classics
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Jeremy March is a PhD student in the Classics program at the Graduate Center. He is also serving his second year as a Digital Fellow working in the Graduate Center’s Digital Scholarship Lab and as a faculty liaison to the New Media Lab. Jeremy’s research interests include Ancient Greek poetry, Digital Humanities, stylometry, and gamification. He is currently working on a dissertation on word order in the poetry of Pindar. He has taught at Brooklyn College, Queens College, and the Latin/Greek Institute.