Scott Wilson '03

 live in Brooklyn with my wife, Shelly, and our 5 month old son, Rheinhart (we call him Hart). I teach Latin, English, and History at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School in Manhattan. The courses I've taught over the past few years include Latin 1-5, AP Latin Literature, AP Latin Vergil, an English Elective on Classical Mythology, and a History Elective on Roman History.

My English and History courses are interdisciplinary in many respects, and I often draw from my training as a Comparative Literature student when designing curricula and lesson plans.  I try to incorporate literary theory into lessions in the mythology class (Barthes, Levi-Strauss, Psychoanalysis) whenever appropriate.

So yes, I put to practice much of what I learned as a Comp. Lit. graduate student at Dartmouth on a daily basis.  I am certainly grateful to Dartmouth and the Comparative Literature Master's Program for preparing me well.