A leading scholar of classical Greek culture
Ferrario's recent and forthcoming publications include projects on image-making in fourth-century Greece; on historical agency in Xenophon, on the relationships between Sophoclean tragedy and Athenian history, and on perceptions of internal politics in Thucydides. She has studied and taught in Greece and Italy.She has been a Marshall Scholar at Oxford, a Fulbright Scholar in Greece as a regular member of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, a graduate prize fellow of the University Center for Human Values at Princeton, and a Dolores Zohrab Liebmann fellow.
Xenophon: Ethical Principle and Historical Enquiry
Ferrario contributed to this work that was edited by Fiona Hobden and Christopher Tuplin and published by Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Historical Agency and the �Great Man' in Classical Greece