Degree: B.A. with Honors in Classical Studies, Hollins University; M.A. and Ph.D. in Medieval Studies, University of Toronto; J.D. with Honors, Michigan State University College of Law.
Position: Visiting Assistant Professor in Classics and IAH
Research Interest: Medieval Manuscripts; Latin Language; Medieval Intellectual History; History of the Book; Philosophy and Law of Medico-legal Issues
Campus Address: B-480 Wells Hall
Anna Kirkwood Graham teaches Latin and Western Civilization (in IAH). She is a medieval Latinist (Ph.D., U. of Toronto) and a lawyer whose research has focused on medieval Latin paleography, the transmission of Aristotle in the Middle Ages, the morality of abortion, and the intellectual exchange between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Her current projects are a book on reproductive autonomy and an edition of a medieval Latin poetical version of Aristotle’s De generatione et corruptione.” Her specialties include Latin manuscript studies, the Latin language, the History of the Book, and the reception of Aristotle in the Middle Ages. She is the lead author of the Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Dom Edmond Obrecht Collection of Gethsemani Abbey(2016), and articles in book history and Medieval Latin literature.