To digitize Latin texts written by women, for women, and about women from all periods.

Team Members

  • Taia Cheng

    Taia Cheng

    Taia Cheng is a Comparative Literature & Classics joint concentrator at Harvard University. She was born and raised in Los Angeles, California where she began studying Latin in seventh grade at Westridge School for Girls and continued throughout high school at Harvard-Westlake. Her love for Greek and Roman mythology, literature, and culture has been kindled by her phenomenal Latin and Ancient Greek teachers and professors. She loves traveling, and her favorite place in the world is the seaport town of Nafplio in the Peloponnese in Greece. Throughout high school, she was involved in Certamen the California Junior Classical League, serving on the state board as the Historian. Through her Comparative Literature Department research assistant position, she has developed the skills necessary for a close examination of handwritten Latin texts. She is thrilled to work with Project Nota and inspire the inclusion of a female perspective in Latin curricula. Outside of Classics, she enjoys baking, cooking, crocheting, rowing, and photography.

  • Joan Romanosky

  • Joan Romanosky

  • Sharon Kazimiersky

Project Nota

Project Nota is a group dedicated to drawing attention to the Latin letters and works of famous women by focusing on the digitization of texts, translating these texts into English, Spanish, and French, and increasing their overall accessibility. Among us we have over 150 years of Latin experience including many years of teaching experience, seven advanced degrees, many publications in academic journals, and multiple positions in professional organizations.

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