ELIZABETH BOBRICK is a Visiting Scholar in Wesleyan’s Department of Classical Studies. Through Wesleyan’s Center for Prison Education, she has taught Greek tragedy, mythology, and the first-person essay, a course she taught for many years for Wesleyan’s Department of English. She is a member of the Classics and Social Justice Committee of the national Society of Classical Studies. Her publications range from scholarly articles on Aristophanes, Sophocles, and Theophrastus to book reviews and essays on an array of topics, from tragic heroes and baseball to Santa Claus and teaching anxiety. She received her Ph.D. in Classics from the Johns Hopkins University.