​Adina Meyer

B.A. (Philosophy), Bryn Mawr College; M.A. (Philosophy), University of Edinburgh; National Endowment for Humanities Fellow. ESL Certified Instructor.

Adina started working at The Northwest School in 1989. From 1993-1998, she lived in York, England, and taught Latin and Classics at Bootham School. She has been the recipient of three National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) teacher grants; the first was to study the life and work of Charles Darwin in the context of the Victorian era, which led her to write her historical play, Darwin and Nietzsche: The Malaise of the 19th Century. She has also written several other historical plays and musicals, including The Trial and Death of Socrates: The Musical Comedy and The Chairy Orchard. In 2006, Adina was the recipient of a special grant to study the life and work of Mozart in Vienna and Prague. She is a silver medalist in Highland Bagpiping. Adina loves America’s popular culture and taking road trips to discover all of the nation’s quirky places.

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