|Institutional Affiliation||University of British Columbia|
Roman law and spatiality, Tacitus, courtrooms
|Department Affiliation||sh85114931, n80145600|
|Pleiades IDs||1052 (Italia = Roman History)|
Review of Growing Up and Growing Old in Ancient Rome: A life course approach, by Mary Harlow and Ray Laurence. BMCR online
Review of Julia Augusti: the emperor’s daughter, by Elaine Fantham (Routledge). Ancient History Bulletin.
Actors and Audience in the Roman Courtroom (Routledge)
“The Platform in Roman Art (30 BC – AD 180): Forms and functions”, in C. Deroux, ed., Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History vol. XIV 235-282.
“Judging Ovid”, The Classical Journal 104.1 33-41
Review of Law and Crime in the Roman World, by Jill Harries (Cambridge University Press) NECJ 36.3 220-222
“The Selection of Advocates for Repetundae Trials: The cases of Pliny the Younger”, Athenaeum 97 (2009) 197-208
“Three Passages on Tiberius and the Courts”, Memoirs of the American Academy at Rome 54 (2009) 121-133.
“A Relief, Some Letters and the Centumviral Court” in F. de Angelis (ed.) Spaces of Justice in the Roman World. Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition. (Brill, 2011) 223-250.
“Roman Society in the Courtroom” in M. Peachin (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Social Relations in the Roman World (Oxford University Press) 317-334.
Review of Gardens and Neighbours: Private Water Rights in Roman Italy, by Cynthia Bannon (Michigan, 2009) Journal of Roman Studies 102 268-269.
“Law and Lawcourts in Ancient Rome” in A. Claridge and C. Holleran (eds.) The Blackwell Companion to the City of Rome (Blackwell Publishing)"
October 12, 2017