Emily Hulme

Lecturer in Greek Philosophy
The University of Sydney

My academic biography, in brief: I am a specialist in ancient Greek philosophy working at the University of Sydney. I began my career as the Seymour Reader at Ormond College and the University of Melbourne (2019–2022). I completed my Ph.D. at Princeton in 2019, writing a dissertation on techne in the Platonic dialogues. Before that, I earned an M.A. in Classical Philology at the University of Arizona and a B.A. in Classics (with minors in Philosophy and Biology) at Stanford.

My research and teaching interests include ancient philosophy, ancient history, and ethics. Outside of work, I enjoy playing and watching tennis, travel with friends (esp. in Greece, of course), and reading nonfiction.

Vikos Gorge, Epirus, Greece (2018)

last updated Dec. 2022