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 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites
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

https://faculty.utah.edu/u0631869-ALEXIS_M_CHRISTENSEN/biography/index.hml;jsessionid=EA40AE1D1ED2A308D75390DBAAC42A7A
Gillian ClarkEmeritaUniversity of Bristol

Prof. Clark has published widely in the history, literature, and religion of Late Antiquity. A book on St Monica (OUP New York) is due out in 2014. Her principal work at the moment is a commentary on

http://research-information.bristol.ac.uk/en/persons/e-g-clark(0cbe03de-bbd5-4dc1-82d4-6ea06a414354).html; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gillian_Clark_(historian)
Anna ClarkAssociate ProfessorChrist Church, University of Oxford

Roman religion, Roman Republican history

http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/annaclark.html
Jessica ClarkAssociate ProfessorFlorida State University

Roman Republic, Greek and Latin historiography, Military history

https://classics.fsu.edu/jessica-clark
Katherine ClarkeFellow, Associate ProfessorSt Hilda's College, Oxford

Hellenistic and Roman history

http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/katherineclarke.html
Jacquelyn ClementsAdjunct InstructorJohns Hopkins University

Greek and Roman archaeology and history; antiquities provenance research; digital art history and linked open data

http://www.jacquelynclements.com
Niki ClementsWatt & Lilly Jackson Assistant Professor of Biblical StudiesRice University

History of Catholic thought and practice, Christianity in late antiquity, asceticism and mysticism, religious ethics, philosophy of religion, theories and methods in the study of religion, religion, and science

http://rice.academia.edu/NikiClements
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
Stephanie CobbProfessorUniversity of Richmond

Gender, women, martyrdom, masculinity, second century, Melania(s), early Christianity

http://religiousstudies.richmond.edu/faculty/scobb/
Emily ColeAdjunct LecturerNYU Abu Dhabi

Graecoroman Egypt; history of multilingualism; social history

https://nyuad.academia.edu/EmilyCole
Alicia ColsonIndependent Researcher

I am an archaeologist and a ethnohistorian with a long standing research interest in the digital humanities and computing. I've undertaken extensive fieldwork in Canada, the UK, US, and Antigua. I'm currently developing projects in various places globally with colleagues, finishing a manuscript on the past, present and future of higher education in the US, and writing articles on various topics in archaeology and ethnohistory.

https://independentresearcher.academia.edu/AliciaColson
Serena ConnollyAssociate Professor of ClassicsRutgers University

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

http://classics.rutgers.edu/people/faculty/80-people-serena-connolly
Laura ConroyPhD CandidateUniversity of St Andrews

Achaemenid Persia; Alexander the Great; Greek Historiography

https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/classics/current/pg/research-students/lauraconroy/
Christy ConstantakopoulouProfessorBirkbeck College, London

Aegean world and its islands, network theory, Greek Historiography

http://www.bbk.ac.uk/history/our-staff/academic-staff/christyconstantakopoulou; http://birkbeck.academia.edu/ChristyConstantakopoulou
Alison CooleyProfessorUniversity of Warwick

Latin epigraphy, Augustus

https://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/staff/alisoncooley/; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alison_E._Cooley
Kate CooperProfessorUniversity of Manchester

Late antique history, angels, topography

https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/kate.cooper.html; http://manchester.academia.edu/KateCooper; https://kateantiquity.com/
Lisa CooperProfessorUniversity of British Columbia

The Archaeology of ‘Greater Mesopotamia’ (ancient Iraq, Syria, Iran and Turkey)
Ancient Near Eastern urban origins, growth and collapse
History of archaeological exploration and archaeological practice in Mesopotamia, particularly in the early 20th century
Orientalism, colonialism and archaeology
Pottery, and Bronze Age chronologies
The material manifestations of Assyrian imperial growth in the Near East

https://cnrs.ubc.ca/people/lisa-cooper/
Nina C. CoppolinoAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Connecticut (Storrs)

Latin epic and didactic poetry; Greek and Latin languages; Greek and Roman Civilizations; Greek and Latin literature in translation; Greek rhetoric and historiography

http://languages.uconn.edu/person/nina-coppolino/
Orietta CordovanaAssociate Professor, Co-fund Senior FellowAarhus University

Ancient Rome, North Africa, imperialism, frontiers, politics, socioeconomic history, cultural history, western provinces, environmental history, consensus

http://au.academia.edu/OriettaDoraCordovana
Hannah CornwellLecturerUniversity of Birmingham

Roman imperialism, Roman Social and Political History; Diplomacy and Space in the Roman world, Latin epigraphy

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/caha/cornwell-hannah.aspx; http://bham.academia.edu/HannahCornwell
Eleri CousinsLecturer in Roman HistoryUniversity of Lancaster

I work on the role played by ritual and religion (broadly defined!) in the construction of provincial society and identity in the Roman Empire, in particular Britain, Gaul, and Germany. My research sits at the intersection of ancient history and archaeology, and I am especially interested in the connections between ritual and landscape in the Roman world. My previous work focused on the Roman sanctuary at Bath and my first book, The Sanctuary at Bath in the Roman Empire, was published by Cambridge University Press in January 2020. My current major research project explores religious practices in the Alps during the Roman period. In this work, I combine an emphasis on the lived experience of ancient religion with archaeological approaches to landscape to explore how Alpine populations used, and were affected by, the mountains in their engagement with the divine. In addition to this project, I also have active research interests in the dynamics of religion and society on Hadrian’s Wall, in Roman provincial art, and in 18th and 19th century antiquarian culture in Britain.

Eleanor CowanLecturerUniversity of Sydney

Roman history, Augustan-Tiberian periods, historiography

http://sydney.edu.au/arts/classics_ancient_history/staff/profiles/eleanor.cowan.php; http://sydney.academia.edu/EleanorCowan
Stephanie CravenLearning Specialist, Course Support & InsctructionUniversity of Texas at Austin

Hellenistic history, Greek epigraphy, Greek mercenaries and military history

https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/classics/faculty/spc485; https://utexas.academia.edu/StephanieCraven
Josephine Crawley QuinnProfessorFaculty of Classics & Worcester College, Oxford

Phoenician, Hellenistic and Roman History and Archaeology; North Africa; Gender Studies.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josephine_Crawley_Quinn
Raffaella CribioreProfessorNYU

Ancient education, papyrology, Greek rhetoric, second sophistic, Libanius

https://as.nyu.edu/content/nyu-as/as/faculty/raffaella-cribiore.html; http://nyu.academia.edu/RaffaellaCribiore
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