A Crowdsourced Database of Women and Non-Binary Persons Doing Ancient History


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 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites
Sarah Brown FerrarioAssociate ProfessorCatholic University

Greek history and literature, particularly of the fifth and fourth centuries BC

Raffaella BucoloResearch Fellow / Adjunct LecturerBritish School at Rome; Università di Roma Sapienza; Tor Vergata

History of Archaeology; History of Collections; Roman Sculpture; Christian Iconography

Stephanie BudinIndependent ScholarIndependent Scholar

ancient history, ancient Greece, ancient Near East, women's history, ancient sexuality, ancient prostitution, mythology, ancient religion, History, Ancient Near East, and Hebrew Bible

Annie BurmanPhDUniversity of Cambridge

Roman antiquarianism, Roman ethnic identity, ideology and rhetoric, ancient bilingualism, linguistic relations in ancient Italy.

http://cambridge.academia.edu/AnnieBurman; http://groups.ds.cam.ac.uk/celc/celc_members.html; https://twitter.com/anniecburman?lang=en
Virginia BurrusProfessorSyracuse University

Late Antiquity, Greco-Roman Religions, Literary and Cultural History of Christianity, Gender/Sexuality, Orthodoxy/Heresy

http://asfaculty.syr.edu/pages/rel/burrus-virginia.html; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virginia_Burrus; http://syr.academia.edu/VirginiaBurrus
Jane CahillSenior Scholar (Associate Professor)University of Winnipeg

Mythology, storytelling, Classical folklore, etymology

Emily CainAssistant ProfessorLoyola University Chicago

Late Antiquity, Early Christianity

Lauren CaldwellLecturerUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst

Roman imperial social and intellectual history, Roman law, Greco-Roman medicine

Averil CameronEmerita ProfessorOxford University

Byzantine, late antique history, economic history

http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/averilcameron.html; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Averil_Cameron
Naomi T. CampaAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Texas at Austin

Greek political and intellectual history

Virginia CampbellIndependent Scholar

Pompeii, epigraphy and graffiti, literacy, tombs, Roman history, archaeology, Roman art & architecture, politics & elections.

Lilah Grace CanevaroLecturer in GreekUniversity of Edinburgh

Ancient Greek epic
Greek didactic poetry
New Materialisms in Greek poetry and prose

Jacqueline CarlonProfessorUniversity of Massachusetts, Boston

Roman Republican History, Women in Roman Literature, Pliny, Tacitus, Imperial Elite Identity

Laura Carlson HaslerAssistant Professor of Religious Studies and Jewish StudiesIndiana University

Texts, Textuality, and Historiography in Jewish Antiquity, History of the Book, Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity, American Biblical Interpretation

Karen CarrEmeritaPortland State University

Late Antiquity, Roman Pottery, Roman Spain

Maureen CarrollChair in Roman ArchaeologyUniversity of York

Maureen is a Roman archaeologist whose key research interests are Roman burial practices, funerary commemoration, and Roman childhood and family studies. She headed up the British team participating in a large EU-funded multi-national project (DressID) on Roman textiles and clothing, her focus being on dress and identity in funerary portraits on the Rhine and Danube frontiers. A further area of interest is the topic of Roman garden archaeology, on which she has published extensively. More recently, Maureen has studied the role of women in votive religion in early Roman Italy.

She has directed excavations in Germany, Italy, Tunisia, and Britain. Her current fieldwork project, funded by the British Academy/Leverhulme Trust, the Roman Society, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), and the Rust Family Foundation, is the exploration of a Roman rural estate in imperial possession from the first to the third century A.D. at Vagnari in Puglia (Italy).

Cristina CarusiAssociate ProfessorDUSIC, University of Parma

Greek Epigraphy; Economic History; Hellenistic History; Building Contracts; Salt.

Sara Casamayor MancisidorPhDUniversidad de Salamanca

Ancient History; Ancient Rome; Gender History in Ancient Rome; History of Old Age in Antiquity; Roman Women; Disability History; History of Care Practices; Scientific Communication

Elizabeth CastelliProfessorBarnard College

Reception Histories of Early Christian Texts, Gender, Sexuality, Violence, Martyrdom, women, early Christianity, theory, Melania(s)

https://barnard.edu/profiles/elizabeth-castelli; http://barnard.academia.edu/ElizabethCastelli
Alexis CastorProfessorFranklin & Marshall College

My main area of research concerns the social history of jewelry in Greece and Etruria (1st millennium B.C.E.) Much of this subject focuses on women, but I also consider the role of jewelry in the life course of both sexes, and its use as a marker of social identities (sex, age, status, ethnicity, and ritual).

Annelies CazemierLecturer (Assistant Professor),University of Southampton

Greek East under Rome, Greek religion, ancient associations

http://www.southampton.ac.uk/history/about/staff/ac2d15.page; http://soton.academia.edu/AnneliesCazemier
Paola CeccarelliAssociate ProfessorUniversity College London

dance (pyrrhiche) and performance; communication; historiography (Pseudo-Plutarch)

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/history/people/academic-staff/paola-ceccarelli; http://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/directory/paola-ceccarelli; http://ucl.academia.edu/PaolaCeccarelli
Giovanna CeseraniAssociate Professor of ClassicsStanford University

Intellectual history of classical scholarship, historiography and archaeology from the eighteenth century onwards

Sophie ChavarriaGraduate StudentUniversity of Kent

Tunisia, Roman pottery, Spain, Visigoths, fall of Rome, public history, swimming, Mediterranean, North Africa, ancient history, Roman Empire, Silk Road

Caroline CheungAssistant ProfessorPrinceton

Roman archaeology and history

 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites

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