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


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 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites
Beate DignasFellow - Associate ProfessorSomerville College, University of Oxford

Asia Minor, religious history

http://www.some.ox.ac.uk/people/beate-dignas/; http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/beatedignas.html
Helen DixonAssistant ProfessorECU

Phoenicia, Phoenician language, ancient Lebanon, ancient Syria, Iron Age archaeology, Near Eastern history, Near Eastern inscriptions, Phoenician history, Phoenician religion, antiquities trade, Levantine archaeology, Middle Eastern history, Mediterranean history, first millennium BCE,

Hazel DodgeAssociate ProfessorTrinity College Dublin

Roman archaeology and history, Urbanization, Eastern Mediterranean

Maria DoerflerAssistant Professor of Religious Studies (Late Antiquity)Yale University

Late Antiquity, Social History, Roman law, monastic and clerical formation in Latin West, Melania(s); law and justice; death of children and migrants; gender, sexuality, virginity in Christian sources.

http://religiousstudies.yale.edu/people/maria-doerfler; https://isaw-nyu.academia.edu/MEDoerfler
Colleen DonahoePhD CandidateBrown University

Roman military history, archeology

Amelia DowlerCuratorThe British Museum

Numismatics, Ancient Economics, Hellenistic Asia Minor, Aksum

Melissa DowlingAssociate ProfessorSouthern Methodist University

Heliodorus; clemency

Abigail DowlingAssociate ProfessorMercer University

Environmental History, Landscape History, History of healthscaping, disease, Black Death, gender, History pedagogy, Garden and landscape history, natural resource management, archaeology, Medieval Europe, Late Antiquity, digital history

Susanna DrakeAssociate ProfessorMacalester College

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

Jane DraycottLecturerUniversity of Glasgow

Health and well-being in the ancient world, the history and archaeology of medicine, impairment, disability, assistive technology and prostheses, botany and horticulture. The history and culture of Graeco-Roman Egypt and the Roman client kingdom of Mauretania.

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
Elena Duce PastorPost-DocUniversitat Rovira i Virgili

Ancient Greece, Spain, England, Gender, Marriage, Dowry, Women studies, History, Reception

Casey Dué HackneyProfessor of Classical Studies. Director, Program in Classical Studies. Executive Editor, Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, D. C.University of Houston

(1) Homeric poetry (2) Greek oral traditions (3) Greek tragedy (4) textual criticism

Pinar DurgunVisiting Assistant Professor of Archaeology and the Ancient WorldJoukowsky Institute, Brown University

Archaeology of death and burial, ancient and modern cemeteries, objects and texts of death, Anatolian Archaeology, Near Eastern Archaeology, Aegean Archaeology, Experimental Archaeology, Archaeological Ceramics, Flint Knapping, World Prehistory and Human Evolution, Museums and Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, Public Archaeology

Jen EbbelerAssociate ProfessorUT-Austin

Late antique and imperial Roman history, specialty in Augustine

http://liberalarts.utexas.edu/classics/faculty/jve1; https://utexas.academia.edu/JenniferEbbeler
Lisa EberleAssistant ProfessorEberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Greek and Roman legal history

Catharine EdwardsProfessor of Classics and Ancient HistoryBirkbeck College, University of London

My work focuses on the cultural history of the Roman world, particularly Rome in the late republic and early principate. The complex literary strategies of Roman texts (I have worked particularly on Seneca, Ovid and more recently Cicero) are an intrinsic part of that world’s fabric. I am interested in the ways in which conceptions of gender and other aspects of personal and social identity operate through, and are inflected by, language.

Another important strand in my research has been the reception of antiquity in later centuries, particularly the C19th, and how receptions of antiquity are implicated in strategies of cultural formation and self-construction (I have published on the reception of Rome in Gibbon, in Mme de Stael, T.B.Macaulay, Nathaniel Hawthorne and in C19th guidebooks, particularly the work of Augustus Hare).

Esther EidinowProfessor of Ancient HistoryUniversity of Bristol, UK

Ancient Greek culture, especially Ancient Greek religion and magic, Cognitive science.

Susanna ElmSidney H. Ehrman ProfessorUC-Berkeley

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

Immacolata EramoAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Bari (Italy)

Philology, Classical and Byzantine Polemography

https://persone.ict.uniba.it/rubrica/immacolata.eramo; https://uniba-it.academia.edu/ImmaEramo
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
Rhiannon EvansSenior FellowLa Trobe University

Literature and culture of Ancient Rome and its empire, Latin language, Greek and Roman mythology

Judith Evans GrubbsProfessorEmory University

Late ancient law

Elizabeth FaganAssistant ProfessorVirginia Commonwealth University

ancient Mediterranean history, Armenia, Roman history, archaeology, eastern Mediterranean, epigraphy, numismatics, South Caucasus,

Rebecca Stephens FalcasantosAssistant ProfessorAmherst College

Christianity in Late Antiquity, Religious Ritual in Late Antiquity, Landscape and Memory in Cult and Civic Architecture, Religious Diversity and Boundary-Construction in Late Antiquity, Pilgrimage and Relic Economies, Religion and Violence

 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites

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