Dr Kirsty Corrigan is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Kent, having formerly taught Latin there for several years as an Associate Lecturer. In 2010 she was awarded her PhD in Classical & Archaeological Studies, for a thesis entitled Virgo to Virago: Medea in the Silver Age. This examination of the portrayal of the mythological figure of Medea in Latin literature was subsequently published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing in 2013. Kirsty is a Collaborator on the Online Companion to the Worlds of Roman Women, for which she has contributed entries on Medea and Porcia, the wife of Brutus. In 2012 she wrote an entry on Roman Satire which was published in the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Ancient History.