Duluo Nie received his PhD from the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of California, Riverside. His major research interests include ancient Greek literature and historiography, Roman satires, and more broadly, intellectual history. His translations of The Dhammapada, The Realm of Truth and The Historical Method of Herodotus are in press. He also has articles that have appeared in major journals. Duluo is currently working on a book manuscript on The Oreteia written by the Greek tragedian Aeschylus, tracing the historical traditions of the Agamemnon logos to look into its Aeschylean revision and reconstruction according to the poet's political agenda. His further research plan includes a translation from Latin and a commentary on the Roman satirist Juvenal's work Saturae, and a translation of the German humanist and classicist Werner Jaeger's three-volume Paideia: die Formung des griechischen Menschen.