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


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 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites
Harriet FlowerAndrew Fleming West Professor of Classics and Head of Mathey CollegePrinceton University

- Roman History and Religion
- Epigraphy
- Latin Literature
- Spectacle and memory in Roman culture

Susan LapeProfessorUniversity of Southern California

"Research Specialties
Greek Drama, Law, Cultural History, Athenian Democracy"/
from https://dornsife.usc.edu/cf/faculty-and-staff/faculty./cfm?pid=1008191 on 8/24/17.

Mary FranksPhD candidateYork University

"Roman political and cultural history, Roman religion, and historiography" from https://libraryofantiquity.wordpress.com/about/ on 6-13-17.

https://libraryofantiquity.wordpress.com/about/; http://history.gradstudies.yorku.ca/students/
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

Arden WilliamsSessional LecturerUniversity of British Columbia

• Greek social history; Late-Classical & Early Hellenistic Athens

• Women in the public & private world of Athens

• Greek epigraphy

• Economics of Cult; the leasing of sacred land in the Greek city-state

Elena Muniz GrijalvoTitular ProfessorUniversidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla

1) Las religiones en el Imperio Romano, especialmente en el Mediterráneo oriental, con interés particular en el cambio religioso, en el estudio de las emociones en el ritual y en la descripción de ritos propios y ajenos desde la perspectiva de la propia identidad religiosa.

2) La utilización del legado intelectual clásico en época moderna y contemporánea: las ideas políticas griegas y romanas como argumento de autoridad para entender y justificar el presente en diferentes épocas de la Historia; la distorsión de las religiones grecorromanas en la obra de los Padres de la Iglesia y en el cristianismo de época moderna (catolicismo y protestantismo).

Anne-Marie LuijendijkProfessorPrinceton University

A scholar of New Testament and Early Christianity and a papyrologist, she is interested in the social history of early Christianity, using both literary texts and documentary sources.

Lindsay AllenLecturer in Greek and Near Eastern HistoryKing's College London

Achaemenid Persia, pre Islamic Iran,modern reception of ancient near east

Laura ConroyPhD CandidateUniversity of St Andrews

Achaemenid Persia; Alexander the Great; Greek Historiography

Soledad MilánProfessorUniversidad Autónoma de Madrid

Aegean Bronze Age, Greek Ancient History

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
Kathryn de LunaAssociate ProfessorGeorgetown University

Africa, Ancient, Medieval, Early Modern, Deep History, History of Emotions, STS, Archaeology, Historical Linguistics, Ethnography, Historical Methods

Meghan HenningAssociate ProfessorUniversity of Dayton

afterlife, hell, disability, gender, and healthcare in the ancient world

Stephanie LarsonProfessor of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean StudiesBucknell University

ancient and Byzantine Greek Thebes, ancient and Byzantine Boiotia, ancient Greek ethnicities and identities, Sappho, Herodotus, women's lives in the ancient world, epic

Sian LewisSenior LecturerUniversity of St Andrews, UK

Ancient Animals, Tyranny, Greek Iconography, Ancient Media.

Eleanor RobsonProfessorUniversity College London

Ancient Babylonia, Ancient Mathematics, Digital Humanities

April PudseySenior LecturerManchester Metropolitan University

Ancient demography and economy; Roman Egypt; Ancient childhood

Zosia ArchibaldSenior LecturerUniversity of Liverpool, UK

Ancient economies, Thrace

https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/archaeology-classics-and-egyptology/staff/zosia-archibald/; http://liverpool.academia.edu/ZosiaArchibald
Irene SotoAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Michigan

Ancient Economy, Graeco-Roman Egypt, Ceramics and Archaeology, Numismatics, Hellenistic and Roman History

Katerina PanagopoulouAssistant Professor in Ancient HistoryUniversity of Crete

Ancient economy, precious metals in antiquity, ancient numismatics, demography, politics and economy of Hellenistic and Roman Macedonia, Social Network Analysis and economic history, social history of the Hellenistic and Roman periods

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
Alex WoodsSenior LecturerMacquarie University

Ancient Egypt, ancient Egyptian visual culture, mortuary landscapes, social memory, art history and Old and Middle Kingdom studies, archaeology,

https://researchers.mq.edu.au/en/persons/alex-woods; https://mq.academia.edu/AlexandraWoods
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
Serena LoveHonorary Research FellowUniversity of Queensland

ancient Egypt, Old Kingdom, pyramids, scared landscapes
Prehistoric archaeology, ancient architecture, mudbrick houses
Aboriginal archaeology, Australian archaeology

https://social-science.uq.edu.au/profile/360/serena-love; http://www.everick.com.au/serena-love--senior-archaeologist.aspx
Chloé C.D. RagazzoliAssociate ProfessorSorbonne Université

Ancient Egypt, scribes, literature, manuscripts, social worlds, literacy, graffiti, epigraphy

 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites

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