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 Name Position Institutional Affiliation Research Interests Websites
Ida Gilda MastrorosaProfessor associate of Roman HistoryDepartment SAGAS - University of Florence - Italy

Women's role in Roman Society - Motherwood in Late Antiquity - Representation of women in Roman Historiography - Romanization vs gender - Image of Roman Women through YouTube videos on Internet.

https://www.unifi.it/p-doc2-2019-0-A-2b333d293829-0.html
Judith HallettProfessor EmeritaUniversity of Maryland

women, sexuality and the family in ancient Greek and Roman society; and classical education and reception in the 19th and 20th century Anglophone world.

https://globalmaryland.umd.edu/content/judith-hallett
Aneilya BarnesProfessor of HistoryCoastal Carolina University

Women in the early church, material culture, topography, gender, late antiquity, Roman domestic space, Roman games, identity and empire, religion, Christianization of Rome

http://www.coastal.edu/academics/facultyprofiles/humanities/history/aneilyabarnes/; http://coastal.academia.edu/AneilyaBarnes
Cornelia HornProfessorMartin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg

women in the early Church, children in late ancient Christianity, parental roles, family, late antiquity, asceticism, monasticism, hagiography, apocrypha, Syriac language and literature, Armenian language and literature, Georgian language and literature, Coptic, Ethiopic, Christian Arabic, women in the Christian Orient, Jesus and Mary in early Islamic traditions, transmission and reception history of apocryphal traditions in connection with Judaism and early Islam, intersections of hagiography and historiography, Palestine in late antiquity,

https://halle.academia.edu/CorneliaHorn
Kate WilkinsonAssociate professorTowson University, US

Women in Early Christianity, female asceticism, gender and religious rhetoric, free will and theology. Feminist Historiography, Feminist Ethnography, Comparative Study of Religion.

https://www.towson.edu/cla/departments/womengender/kwilkinson.html
Elizabeth PollardProfessorSan Diego State University

Witchcraft Accusation against Women in Imperial Rome; Comics & Classics; Mediterranean / Indian Ocean Interactions; Digital Humanities; World History

Lara-Louise O'SullivanLecturerUniversity of Western Australia

Tyrannicide, Greek History

http://www.web.uwa.edu.au/people/lara.osullivan
Shannon MartinoFull time FacultyMorton College

Turkey, Bulgaria, Pottery, Figurines, Prehistory, the shared use of ceramic technologies around the Black Sea during the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age, particularly in Turkey and Bulgaria.

https://morton.academia.edu/ShannonMartino
Sophie ChavarriaGraduate StudentUniversity of Kent

Tunisia, Roman pottery, Spain, Visigoths, fall of Rome, public history, swimming, Mediterranean, North Africa, ancient history, Roman Empire, Silk Road

http://kent.academia.edu/SophieChavarria
Lisa KalletFellow; Associate ProfessorUniversity College Oxford

Thucydides, ancient economy

http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/lisakallet.html
Susanna BraundProfessorUniversity of British Columbia

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

https://cnrs.ubc.ca/people/susanna-braund/
Zsuzsa VarhelyiAssociate Professor of Classical StudiesBoston University

The social, political, cultural and religious history of the ancient Mediterranean with a focus on Late Republican Rome and the Roman Empire and questions of individuality and community in this period; Latin historiography and literature; theoretical and methodological questions related to writing history, including practice theory, embodiment and the study of gender; Latin epigraphy, prosopography, paleography, and archaeological, art historical and numismatic evidence for the Roman Empire; psychology and the history of trauma in the ancient world

Ryleigh AdamsPhD CandidateUniversity of Tasmania

The Roman Republic, Roman imperialism, Roman provincial management, emotions in antiquity, numismatics, and Latin literature.

Tracey RihllReaderSwansea University

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

http://www.swansea.ac.uk/staff/arts-and-humanities/academic/rihlltracey/#publications=is-expanded
Nathalie de HaanAssistant professorRadboud University Nijmegen

The history of archaeology; classical reception and heritage studies; Roman baths and ancient bathing culture; Rome, Pompeii and Herculaneum; ancient water supply; Roman historiography

http://www.ru.nl/english/people/haan-n-de/
Siobhan McElduffAssociate ProfessorUniversity of British Columbia

the history and theory of ancient and modern translation
history of classical reception, especially among the non-elite of the 18th and 19th century
the history of the book
digital humanities

https://cnrs.ubc.ca/people/siobhan-mcelduff/
Errietta BissaSenior LecturerUniversity of Wales Trinity Saint David

The Greek economy, particularly state intervention in trade. Universal historiography, particularly Diodoros. Sexuality and gender in the ancient world. Slavery in classical Athens. The Athenian epimeletai accounts.

Charmaine GorrieLecturerUniversity of British Columbia

the art, archaeology, and history of the Severan period
the art and architecture of the Middle Republic
women in antiquity
the reception of the Severan emperors

https://cnrs.ubc.ca/people/charmaine-gorrie/
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/
Laura Carlson HaslerAssistant Professor of Religious Studies and Jewish StudiesIndiana University

Texts, Textuality, and Historiography in Jewish Antiquity, History of the Book, Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity, American Biblical Interpretation

https://religiousstudies.indiana.edu/about/faculty/hasler-laura.html
Charlotte FonrobertAssociate ProfessorStanford University

Talmudic literature and culture; Gender in Jewish culture; relationship between Judaism and Christianity in Late Antiquity; discourses of orthodoxy and heresy; the connection between religion and space; and rabbinic conceptions of Judaism with respect to GrecoRoman culture

https://profiles.stanford.edu/charlotte-fonrobert
Megan M. DalyAdjunct ProfessorUniversity of North Florida

Tacitus, Germanicus, Roman Germania, Roman imperial history and historiography, book banning and book burning in the ancient world, intellectual freedom in the ancient world, Classics collections in academic libraries, Latin and Greek rare books, text encoding,
Ancient History and Historiography, especially works of Tacitus and Velleius Paterculus

Imperial Literature, including works of Lucan, Seneca, and Suetonius

Roman Provinces, with particular interests in Germania and leadership in the provinces

Museum Studies, especially ancient history museums and archaeological sites

Library Sciences, especially in Latin and Greek rare books and digitization projects

https://www.linkedin.com/in/megan-m-daly-ph-d-05947597; https://meganmdaly.wordpress.com/
Laura Locke EstesPhD CandidateSaint Louis University

Syriac Christianity, Religion in Late Antiquity, Jewish-Christian-Muslim Interaction, Biblical Interpretation, Apocalyptic Literature

https://sites.google.com/a/slu.edu/laura-locke-estes/
Fiona HobdenSenior LecturerUniversity of Liverpool, UK

Symposia, Greek social history, Classical Reception

https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/archaeology-classics-and-egyptology/staff/fiona-hobden/
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)

https://www.uni-goettingen.de/en/prof.+dr.+susanne+luther+/75076.html
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