Arum Park worked at Amherst College, the University of Oklahoma, Washington and Lee University, and Brigham Young University before coming to the University of Arizona. Her primary areas of research are Archaic and Classical Greek poetry, but she has published or presented papers on authors ranging from Hesiod to Longus.
Truth, Gender, and Genre in Pindar and Aeschylus (Under Review).
- “Introduction: Resemblance and Reality as Interpretive Lens.” Co-authored with Mary Pendergraft. In Resemblance and Reality in Greek Thought.
- “Reality, Illusion, or Both? Cloud-Women in Stesichorus and Pindar.” In Resemblance and Reality in Greek Thought.
“Two Types of Ovidian Personification.” Classical Journal 104.3 (2009) 225-240.
College of Charleston, Classical Charleston 2019: Diversifying Classics, "Multicultural Voices in Classical Scholarship" (link to video)
- "Race, Diversity, and Classics."
- "What Do We Mean When We Say 'Diversity'? Addressing Different Kinds of Inequity," with Joy Reeber.
- "Diversifying Classics II: The University of Michigan's Bridge MA."
- "Diversifying Classics: A New Initiative at Princeton."
- "Teaching Classics in the Age of #MeToo," with Sara Hales.