Jeremy March is a doctoral student in the Classics program. He came to the Graduate Center with a BA in Classics and Philosophy from the University of Mary Washington. Jeremy’s research interests include the Greek language and literature with a focus on stylometrics and digital humanities. His doctoral research uses dependency trees to reveal and analyze word order choices in the poet Pindar. Jeremy’s other projects include philolog.us, a website and iPhone/iPad app which offers Greek and Latin lexica digitized by the Perseus Digital Library. He is also working on a Greek verb conjugation game for iPhone and Android. Jeremy has taught at Brooklyn College, Queens College and the CUNY Latin/Greek Institute.