|Position||Professor of History|
|Affiliation||Coastal Carolina University|
Women in the early church, material culture, topography, gender, late antiquity, Roman domestic space, Roman games, identity and empire, religion, Christianization of Rome
"She has authored several peer-reviewed articles on late-antique Roman architectural history, including her essay “Female Patronage and Episcopal Authority in Late Antiquity,” in Envisioning the Medieval Bishop (Brepols, 2014). She also has a textbook, Comparative Cultures: World Civilization to 1500, that is scheduled to be in print for the national market in the coming year. Additionally, she continues to work on her manuscript, Gender and Domestic Space in the First Christian Basilicas." from http://www.coastal.edu/academics/facultyprofiles/humanities/history/aneilyabarnes/ on 8-6-17.
October 12, 2017