Guy did his undergrad in France at the Université de Limoges where he got a Maîtrise in English Literature, with a Minor in Linguistics. He then did an MA in Classics at Rutgers University in New Jersey, in which he performed “spectacularly” on the General Exams, to use the Chair’s own words. Finally, he moved to the Boston area to do a Ph.D. at Harvard in Comparative Literature. His doctoral dissertation was on Homer’s Iliad.
As a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University, he taught the Ancient Novel (Greek and Roman Novels); Ancient Greek Literature; Philosophy; Mythology. As a Lecturer at Brooklyn College, he taught a survey course on Greek and Latin literature. As an Instructor at the Latin/Greek Institute (CUNY Graduate Center), Ancient Greek grammar; as a Lecturer at Northeastern University, he taught the History of Ancient Greece; History of Ancient Rome. He has also tutored Ancient Greek History.
He enjoys exercising, biking, and hiking!