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


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 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites
Susan HolmanJohn R. Eckrich Chair and Professor, Religion and the Healing ArtsValparaiso University

intersections of religion and health in history, cross-generational voices, and material culture

https://www.valpo.edu/christ-college/susan-holman/; https://ptochotrophia.wordpress.com/
Susanna DrakeAssociate ProfessorMacalester College

Late antiquity, Jewish/Christian relations, gender/sexuality, veiling practices, Melania(s)

Susanna ElmSidney H. Ehrman ProfessorUC-Berkeley

Roman Empire, social, economic, legal, cultural history, Augustine, slavery, masculinities, dress, imperial representation, war, ethnicities.

Susanna BraundProfessorUniversity of British Columbia

The translation history of Virgil, imperial Latin literature including epic and tragedy, reception of Roman antiquity

Susanne LutherProfessorGeorg-August-University Göttingen

Sprachethik im Neuen Testament; Hermeneutik; Fiktion, Fiktionalität und Faktualität in frühchristlichen Texten; (Historische) Diskursanalyse; Wundererzählungen im frühen Christentum; Narrative Historiographie und Neues Testament; Lehrprojekt des Gutenberg-Lehrkollegs im WS 2014/15 und SoSe 2015: Übersetzung des Codex Sabaiticus aus dem Griechischen ins Deutsche und vertiefende Masterclass zu Text, Übersetzung und Interpretation frühchristlicher apokrypher Texte am Beispiel des Codex Sabaiticus (Vgl. dazu http://www.glk.uni-mainz.de/745_DEU_HTML.php)

Suzanne Frey-KupperProfessorUniversity of Warwick

Greek & Roman Numismatics (especially coin finds), Archaeology, Ancient History: Western Mediterranean & Northwestern Provinces

https://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/staff/frey-kupper/; http://warwick.academia.edu/SuzanneFreyKupper; http://www.frey-kupper.net/frc/index.htm; https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Suzanne_Frey-Kupper
Suzanne OnstineAssociate ProfessorUniversity of Memphis

Ancient Egypt, Egyptology, Ancient History, Egyptian history, Gender History, Women's history, Archaeology, ancient Thebes, mortuary archaeology, social history, women and gender, religion, archaeology, Theban Tombs, New Kingdom, Third Intermediate Period, Late Period, Predynastic era, Nubia.

http://www.memphis.edu/history/faculty/faculty/suzanne-onstine.php; http://memphis.academia.edu/SuzanneOnstine
Svetla Slaveva-GriffinAssociate ProfessorFlorida State University

Ancient Philosophy with focus on Platonism and Neoplatonism; The dialogue of ancient philosophy with areas “outside of its box:” literary genre, poetry, myth, religion, medicine, Eastern thought, and Sufism; Intellectual History
Ancient Numerology; Ancient Medicine; Ancient Healing Cults and Centers

Sydnor RoyAssociate ProfessorTexas Tech

Greek historiography, Political history, Herodotus

T. M. (Tracy Maria) LemosAssociate ProfessorHuron University College

Ancient Israel, Ancient West Asia, Hebrew Bible, Early Judaism, History of Violence

Tara MulderAssistant ProfessorUniversity of British Columbia

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

Teresa MorganProfessor of Graeco-Roman historyUniversity of Oxford

Early Christianity, education in antiquity, ancient ethics, historiography

Teresa RamsbyProfessorUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst

Latin poetry, particularly the works of Ovid
; Roman social interactions and their manifestations in literature
; Latin pedagogy and teacher training

Tiggy McLaughlinAdjunct Professor of HistoryGannon University

late antique Mediterranean - education, Christianity, preaching, pedagogy

Tina ShepardsonProfessorUniversity of Tennessee

Late Antiquity, Geography, place, material culture, Syriac Christianity, Chrysostom, Judaism, anti-Judaism, Melania(s)

Tracene HarveyDirector/Curator, Museum of AntiquitiesUniversity of Saskatchewan

Art Coins, Roman Empresses Empresses in art Kings and rulers in numismatics Livia,--Empress, consort of Augustus, Emperor of Rome, Numismatics Portrait sculpture in numismatics Rome (Empire) Women in numismatics Women--Social conditions

Tracey RihllReaderSwansea University

The history of science and technology, education, slavery and warfare in classical antiquity.

Ulla RajalaResearcherStockholm University

Archaeology, epigraphy, funerary archaeology, settlement archaeology, GIS, network analysis, survey

Ulrike KrotscheckAssociate ProfessorThe Evergreen State College

Archaic Greek Colonies East and West; Economic History; Maritime History; Archaeology; Ceramics

Valentina ArenaReader in Roman HistoryUniversity College London

Roman Republic, political thought, oratory

Vanessa B. GormanProfessorUniversity of Nebraska, Lincoln

Ancient Greek History and Historiography; Athenian Democracy, Greek Philology, Roman History

Victoria BallmesPhD CandidateUC Santa Barbara

Early Christianity, Jewish-Christian Relations, Roman History, Late Antiquity

http://www.writing.ucsb.edu/people/victoria-ballmes; http://ucsb.academia.edu/VBallmes
Victoria LeonardResearch FellowCoventry University

Late Antiquity; Ancient History; Early Medieval History; Early Christianity; Classics; Religion; Roman History; Historiography; Gender and Sexuality; Women; The Body; Digital Humanities; Network Analysis; Databases; Prosopography; Equality and Diversity in Higher Education; Open Access Knowledge and Learning; Wikipedia

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
Virginia ClossAssociate ProfessorUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst

Imperial Latin Poetry, especially Neronian and Flavian; Poetic influences in Latin Historiography; Latin epigraphy

https://www.umass.edu/classics/member/virginia-closs; http://umass.academia.edu/GinnaCloss
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