Dr. Eva Carrara has a PhD in Classics from Florida State University. She teaches a wide range of Classics courses, including Latin, Greek, history, mythology, and ancient civilizations.
Her research focuses on fragmentary Latin prose and historical writing in the Roman Republic. In her book project, “Cato in Cicero: Reading Roman History in the Late Republic,” Eva investigates and surveys Cicero’s reception of and response to Cato the Elder’s historiography and oratory. Her other research and teaching interests include Greek and Roman historiography more broadly, ancient gender and sexuality, and digital humanities. She has presented her work at meetings of the Society for Classical Studies, the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, and the Association of Ancient Historians.
In her free time Eva enjoys hiking, reading, painting, lifting, and hanging out with her cats, Terry Gross and Meatball.