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 Name Position Affiliation Research Interests Websites
Mallory Monaco CaterineSenior ProfessorTulane University

Greek historiography; Greek cultural history; Hellenistic and Imperial Greece; Plutarch

Rosemary MooreAssociate Professor of HistoryUniversity of Iowa

Greek and Roman military history, food in military culture

Tara MulderAssistant ProfessorUniversity of British Columbia

Roman social and cultural history, history of medicine, Greek epigraphy

Laura NasrallahBuckingham Professor of New Testament Criticism and InterpretationYale Divinity School

early Christianity and its sociopolitical context, including Roman archaeology

Jaclyn NeelAssistant ProfessorCarleton

Republican history, early Rome, ancient religion

Caroline T. SchroederProfessorUniversity of Oklahoma

Late antique Christianity, Coptic studies, Digital Humanities, early Christianity, late antiquity, gender, sexuality, women, monasticism, asceticism, theory, material culture, Shenoute, Melania(s)

Shayna SheinfeldHonorary Research FellowUniversity of Sheffield

Second Temple Judaism, Early Christianity, and Rabbinic Judaism

Lekha ShupeckNorth Carolina State Director at National Democratic Redistricting CommitteeIndependent

Roman Law, Roman Republic, Roman Political History

Irene SotoAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Michigan

Ancient Economy, Graeco-Roman Egypt, Ceramics and Archaeology, Numismatics, Hellenistic and Roman History

Kathryn SteedAdjunct Assistant ProfessorSt. Olaf College

Roman history (especially of the Republic), Greek and Roman law and oratory

Blossom StefaniwProfessorMF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society

Late Antiquity, Late Roman Rhetoric, Egyptian monasticism, gender/sexuality

Simona StoyanovaResearch FellowUniversity of Oxford

Greek epigraphy, Latin epigraphy, Palaeography, Digital Humanities

Jennifer SwalecFacultyPierrepont School

Greek religion, epigraphy, gender and sexuality, dress and textiles

Lisl WalshAssociate ProfessorBeloit College, WI

Historiography, gender and sexuality, history of self, theatre history

Robin Darling YoungAssociate ProfessorCatholic University of America

Melania(s), early Christianity, Syriac, Syriac Christianity, Armenian, Evagrius, monasticism, asceticism, women, gender

Sarah RousProject EditorAmerica School of Classica Studies at Athens

Greek and Roman archaeology, upcycling, social memory

Daniëlle SlootjesProfessorUniversity of Amsterdam

Crowd control, administrative structures, history of Christianity - Late antiquity. Late antique government, provincial history, and epigraphy.

Liv Mariah YarrowProfessorBrooklyn College and the Graduate Center, CUNY

Numismatics, Historiography, Late Republic, symbols and discourses of power

Gillian ShepherdSenior LecturerLa Trobe University

Ancient Greek colonisation of Sicily and Italy, archaeology and art of Greece and Magna Graecia, burial customs

Erika WeibergResearcherUppsala University

Archaic and classical Greek poetry, especially epic and drama
Women, gender, and class in antiquity

Rachel Yuen-CollingridgePostdoctoral ResearcherMacquarie University

Papyrology, lexicology, cognitive history, history of Greek philosophy, Renaissance and later reception of the ancient world, history of early Christianity, ancient magic

Fiona MitchellTeaching FellowUniversity of Birmingham

ancient Greece, ancient literature (Reading Antiquity) and iconography (Classical Mythology and Art), ancient Greek literature and myth, and their interaction with other cultures in the ancient Mediterranean and Near East. I am developing a project on the interactions between ancient Greek creation narratives and those found in ancient Indian sources.

María del Carmen Moreno EscobarLecturerDurham University

Roman history, Roman archaeology, Mediterranean Sea, landscape archaeology, Spain, Italy, France, geographic information systems, Roman Empire, Roman republic, Iron Age, navigation, territory, settlement patterns, Iron Age Iberian Peninsula (Archaeology), Archaeological GIS, Spatial Analysis, Landscape Archaeology, Statistics, Spain (History), Archaeology of Roman Hispania, Spatial archaeology, Antequera (Archaeology), Archaeology of the Iberian Peninsula, Ancient Ports and Harbours.

Helen RocheAssistant ProfessorDurham University

Germany, Austria, Italy, National Socialism, fascism, Nazi Germany, Third Reich, elite schools, oral history, education history, classical reception, philhellenism, Napola, Prussia, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sparta, German history from the nineteenth century onwards; National Socialism; Fascism, Austrian history during the inter-war period; comparative fascism studies, History of childhood and history of education, especially German elite education, Youth exchange during the twentieth century; Anglo-German relations, History and memory in post-war Germany, Classical reception in general, and German philhellenism in particular, Greco-German relations from the eighteenth century to the present, Humanistic education in Nazi Germany, Historical and historiographical work on elements of ancient Greek history.

Anisha SaxenaAssistant ProfessorOnondaga Community College

India, South Asia, Gender, Violence, Art History, Sacred Geography, Early Medieval Temples, Jainism, contested sacred spaces in India, specifically in Kutch, Udaipur, and Jodhpur.

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