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 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites
Tara MulderAssistant ProfessorUniversity of British Columbia

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

Claire HolleranSenior LecturerUniversity of Exeter

Roman social and economic history; ancient retail trade; migration.

Lindsay Driediger-MurphyAssociate ProfessorUniversity of Calgary

Roman social and political history, Roman religion, historiography

https://grst.ucalgary.ca/profiles/lindsay-driediger-murphy; https://ucalgary.academia.edu/LindsayDriedigerMurphy
Hanne Sigismund NielsenAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Classics and Religion, University of Calgary

Roman social history
Latin epigraphy
Roman Family
Roman Children
Roman Women

WorldCat Associated Subjects:
Antiquities Civilization, Classical Dinners and dining Food Food habits Food habits--Social aspects Food--Social aspects Greece Identity (Philosophical concept) in art Identity (Psychology) in art Italy--Rome Manners and customs Religion Romans--Religion Romans--Social life and customs Rome (Empire) Social conditions

Kristina MilnorProfessorBarnard College

Roman Social history

Kelly Nguyen SutherlandPhD Student, Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient WorldBrown University

Roman social history, archaeology of the Roman provinces, Greek and Latin epigraphy

Alexis ChristensenAssociate Professor (Lecturer)University of Utah

Roman social history, early Roman history, Roman archaeology and art, competitive display in Italo-Roman world, Roman domestic architecture

Susan TreggiariEmeritus Professor of Classics, Stanford University; Retired member of the Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford

Roman social history, especially the family; the Ciceronian age.

Jane SancinitoAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Massachusetts Lowell

Roman social history, Roman economic history, ancient merchants, ancient numismatics

Pauline RipatAssociate ProfessorUniversity of Winnipeg

Roman social history, Roman religion, magic, and divination

Serena ConnollyAssociate Professor of ClassicsRutgers University

Roman social history, women and non elites in the ancient world,

Saskia RoselaarIndependent Scholar

Roman socio-economic history, Roman law, identity & integration in the Roman world

https://sites.google.com/site/romanrepublicresearch/home; https://leidenuni.academia.edu/SaskiaRoselaar
Alison FutrellAssociate professorUniversity of Arizona

Roman spectacle;
I am interested in the symbols and rituals of power in the Roman Empire, with particular focus on the deployment of gender and material culture in imperial politics. I am also intrigued by representations of ancient Rome in the modern world, in film, literature and art.

Penny GoodmanAssociate ProfessorUniversity of Leeds

Roman urban space, Roman Gaul, Augustus

Emily HemelrijkProfessorUniversity of Amsterdam

Roman women, education, Roman religion

Mary McHughProfessor of ClassicsGustavus Adolphus College

Roman world of 1st cent. C.E.; Roman imperial women, especially Livia and Agrippina the Elder and Agrippina the Younger; Tacitus; Food & Foodways; Ancient Philosophy, especially Plato; Muslim innovation and reception of Greco-Roman antiquity

Kira JonesAdjunct ProfessorEmory University

Roman, portraiture, Ancient Rome, Flavian, Minerva, Domitian, Roman propaganda, Imperial Rome, William Wetmore Story, Italy, self-representation in the ancient world, the use of myth and religion in Imperial Roman propaganda, shamanic art of the Ancient Americas, and classical reception

http://arthistory.emory.edu/home/people/students/graduate_student_pages/jones.html; http://emory.academia.edu/KiraJones
Fiona RadfordHistory TeacherQueenwood

Rome, Film, Reception Studies, Greece, Women, Gender, ancient history, historiography, Spartacus.

Rubina RajaProfessor of Classical ArchaeologyAarhus University, School of Culture and Society

Rubina Raja is professor of Classical Archaeology and centre leader of The Danish National Research Foundation's Center of Excellence for Urban Network Evolutions. Raja's fields of interest include urban development and networks, ancient iconography, roman period portrait studies, field archaeology and the intersection between cultural history and natural science methods. Urban development and culture; the eastern Roman provinces and Levant; Hellenistic to early Medieval periods; religious identities; field archaeology; archaeology and natural science methods.

Alison RosenblittSenior LecturerRegent's Park College, University of Oxford

Sallust, late Republican political history, Roman historiography

Kendra EshlemanAssociate ProfessorBoston College

Second Sophistic, early Christianity, intellectual historiography, heresiology

http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/classics/Faculty/Kendra-Eshleman.html; https://bc.academia.edu/KendraEshleman
Magdalena Diaz AraujoProfessorUniversidad Nacional de Cuyo / Universidad Nacional de La Rioja

Second Temple Judaism and Early Christianity, Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, Apocalypticism and Mysticism, Gender Studies, Aesthetics

Annette Yoshiko ReedProfessorNew York University

Second Temple Judaism, early Christianity, and Jewish/Christian relations in Late Antiquity.

Shayna SheinfeldHonorary Research FellowUniversity of Sheffield

Second Temple Judaism, Early Christianity, and Rabbinic Judaism

Patricia Ahearne-KrollAssociate ProfessorUniversity of Minnesota

Second Temple Judaism, Ptolemaic Egypt, Ptolemaic religion, Diaspora Judaism, and Second Temple Jewish literature

https://apps.cla.umn.edu/directory/profiles/pahearne; http://umn.academia.edu/PatriciaAhearneKroll
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