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Name Sarah E. Bond
Position Associate Professor
Institutional Affiliation University of Iowa
Latitude 41.6627
Longitude -91.5549
Research Interests

Greek & Latin epigraphy, Roman economic history, tradesmen / artisans

Department Affiliation sh85066566, sh85040853
Pleiades IDs 423025, 1052
Websites https://clas.uiowa.edu/classics/people/sarah-e-bond; https://sarahemilybond.com/; https://www.forbes.com/sites/drsarahbond/#25f4932a48b9



“The Corrupting Sea: Law, Violence, and Compulsory Professions in Late Antiquity,” in A History of Anticorruption: From Antiquity to the Modern Era, ed. Ronald Kroeze, André Vitória and Guy Geltner (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [Draft Submitted; Contracted].

“Work and Society from the Principate to Late Antiquity: 44 BCE-565 CE,” in A Cultural History of Work in Antiquity: Volume I: The Ancient World, 500 BC-800 AD, edited by Ephraim Lytle (London: Bloomsbury Press) [Draft Submitted; Contracted].

“Maintaining the City: Slaves, Freedmen, and Associations at Roman Philippi,” in Philippi: From colonia augusta to communitas christiania: Religion and Society in Transition, edited by Steve Friesen and Daniel Schowalter (Leiden: Brill, 2017) [Contracted but not submitted]


“Currency and Control: Mint Workers in the Later Roman Empire,” in Work, Labor and Professions in the Roman World, edited by Koen Verboven and Christian Laes (Leiden: Brill, 2016), 227-245.

” ‘As Trainers for the Healthy’: Physical Therapists, Anointers, and Healing in the Late Latin West,” Journal of Late Antiquity 8.2 (Fall, 2015), 386-404.

“Curial Communiqué: Memory, Propaganda, and the Roman Senate House,” in Aspects of Ancient Institutions and Geography: Studies in Honor of Richard J.A. Talbert, Impact of Empire Series, edited by Lee L. Brice and Daniëlle Slootjes (Leiden: Brill, 2014), 84-102.

“Altering Infamy: Status, Violence, and Civic Exclusion in Late Antiquity,” Classical Antiquity 33.1 (April, 2014), 1-30.

“Mortuary Workers, the Church, and the Funeral Trade in Late Antiquity,” Journal of Late Antiquity 6.1 (Spring, 2013), 135-151.

Co-Written Publications:

with T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, “16. Roman Foul Bodies. The satiric tradition,” in Disability in Antiquity, edited by Christian Laes (London: Routledge, 2016), 222-232.

with Peter Martens, “Review article of A. Di Berardino et al., Historical Atlas of Ancient Christianity,” Journal of Early Christian Studies 24.4 (Winter, 2016), 601-607.

Reference Publications:

“Aristocracy, senatorial”, “Accessio”, “Cilicia”, “Comitatus”, “Consistorium”, “Constantius I”, “Consul”, “Corycus”, “Dead, Disposal of”, “Disorder, public”, “Exorcism”, “Gratian”, “Grave-Diggers”, “Galerius”, “Gratian”, “Hostages”, “Invective”, “Maximinus Daia”, “Personifications”, “Polyandrium”, “Procopius”, “Senate of Rome”, “Senator”, “Usurpers”, “Valens”, “Valentinian I”, “Valentinian II” in The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity, edited by Oliver Nicholson and Mark Humphries (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [Entries Submitted; Forthcoming in 2018]

Op-Editorials and Online Pieces

Regular Contributor to Forbes.com

with Kristina Killgrove, “Caesar Undressing: Ancient Romans Wore Leather Panties and Loincloths,” Forbes.com (June 19, 2015).

with Matthew Neujahr, “Divine Reverie: Revelation, Dream Interpretation, and Teeth in Antiquity,” The Appendix (July, 2014).

“Map Quests: Geography, Digital Humanities and the Ancient World,” Bible History Daily (June 4, 2014).

Research on Religion Podcast (October 6, 2013).

“Architecture in Mosaics,” Architizer.com (July 11, 2013).

Sunday, March 15, 2011 “Erasing the Face of History,” The New York Times.



“Civic Servitude in Late Antiquity?” Sarah Bond on Alexander Baumann, Freiheitsbeschränkungen der Dekurionen in der Spätantike in The Classical Review (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 1-3 [Online: September 2016, In Print: December 2016].

“Corrective Spaces” Sarah Bond on Julia Hillner, Prison, Punishment, and Penance in Late Antiquity, Cambridge University Press 2015 in Marginalia Review of Books, August 29, 2016.

Iain Ferris, The Arch of Constantine: Inspired by the Divine. Gloucestershire, UK: Amberley Publishing, 2013 in Res Militares 15.1 (2015), 3-4.

Sergio Castagnetti, (ed., comm.). Le leges libitinariae flegree: edizione e commento. Pubblicazioni del Dipartimento di diritto romano, storia e teoria del diritto F. De Martino dell’Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II, 34. Napoli: Satura editrice, 2012 in The Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2014.2.26.

Mark Handley, Dying on Foreign Shores: Travel and Mobility in the Late-Antique West. JRA Supplementary Series 86 (Portsmouth: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2011) in the American Journal of Archaeology 117.2 (April, 2013).

Jay M. Stottman, Archaeologists as Activists: Can Archaeologists Change the World? Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2011 in Journal of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference 31.1 (Summer, 2012).

Christian Laes, Children in the Roman Empire: Outsiders Within. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011 in The Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2011.10.46.

Digital Research Projects

Module Creator, WOAH: Women of Ancient History Project, University of Iowa.

Co-PI with Paul Dilley, BAM: Big Ancient Mediterranean, University of Iowa and UNC-Chapel Hill.

Associate Editor, Pleiades Project., NYU-ISAW and UNC-Chapel Hill.

Contributor, U.S. Epigraphy Project: Brown University."
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