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Name Melissa Bailey Kutner
Position Assistant Professor
Institutional Affiliation University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Latitude 39.2551
Longitude -76.7112
Research Interests

Numeracy and measurement, Roman economic history, Domestic space, Cognitive history

Pleiades IDs 1052
Websites http://ancientstudies.umbc.edu/faculty/mbailey/; https://classics.stanford.edu/people/melissa-bailey-kutner; http://umbc.academia.edu/MelissaBailey

In Progress To Separate the Act From the Thing: Technologies of Value in the Ancient
Mediterranean. Under revision with Cambridge University Press.
In Progress “Empty Hands and Burdened Slaves: Carrying Objects in Ancient Rome”
2015 “The Roman and Byzantine Coins.” Dhiban Excavation and Development
Project: Report on the 2012 and 2013 Seasons. Forthcoming.
2015 “Numeracy, Greek and Roman.” The Encyclopedia of Ancient History.
Wiley. Forthcoming.
2013 “Roman Money and Numerical Practice,” in Revue Belge de Philologie et
D'Histoire, Vol. 91, 2013, 153-187.
2012 “Calculative Objects: Sustaining Symbolic Systems in the Ancient
Mediterranean,” in The Construction of Value in the Ancient World, Editors
Gary Urton and John Papadopoulos, Cotsen Institute Press, 2012, 516-535."
from http://ancientstudies.umbc.edu/files/2014/10/CVcurrent.pdf on 6-21-17.

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