Emily graduated from UNCG in Spring 2014 with a major in Classical Studies (Language and Literature concentration) and one course shy of an English major. She graduated from UNC Chapel in Fall 2019 with a Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) with a primary focus in storytelling and digital libraries. She enjoys researching the art and science of color and dreaming up new apps. She prefers Latin to Ancient Greek, but spends most of her time with Homer’s Iliad. It is not her fault that Homer wrote in Ancient Greek.
Publications & Presentations
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Gering, E. E. (2014). Diachronic Trends in Latin’s Basic Color Vocabulary. Explorations IX, 26-39.
“JSON and the Argonauts: Using Linked Data to Promote the Study of Classics in Introductory-Level Students.” 112th meeting of the Classical Association of the Midwest and South. 2016.
“Make Peace While the Snow Falls: Peace and Ablative Winter Words in Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita.” 94th meeting of the Classical Association of the Midwest and South Southern Section. 2014.
“Comments on Latin’s Basic Color Vocabulary.” Central Carolina Classics Conference. 2014.
“Development in Latin’s Basic Color Terms.” 8th annual Carolyn & Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo. 2014.
“The Dullahan and Anglo-Irish Politics in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” 39th meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association. 2014.
“Legendary Lingerie: Women’s Weapons and Arming Scenes in Epic and Mock-Epic Poetry.” 2013 UNCG Classics Symposium. 2013.
“A Pax Upon You: Peace and Ablative Winter Words in Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita.” 2012 UNCG Honors Symposium. 2012.
“Towards a Revised Definition of Literary Fiction.” 2011 UNCG Honors Symposium. 2011.