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Name Kristina Milnor
Position Professor
Institutional Affiliation Barnard College
Latitude 40.8091045
Longitude -73.9661273
Research Interests

Roman Social history

Websites https://barnard.edu/profiles/kristina-milnor

Selected Publications

Poetic Practices in Roman Pompeii: the Literary Graffiti and their Contexts (work in progress).

""No Place for a Woman: the Text and Context of CIL 4. 5296,"" Journal of Roman Studies (submitted for publication).

""Literary Literacy in Pompeian Poetic Graffiti,"" Constructing Literacy Among the Greeks and Romans, W. Johnson ed. (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).

""What I learned as a Historical Consultant for Rome,"" ROME, Season One: History Makes Television, M. Cyrino ed. (Blackwell Publishing, forthcoming).

""Women and History,"" The Cambridge Companion to Roman Historiography, A. Feldherr ed. (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

""Women,"" The Oxford Handbook of Social Relations in the Roman World, M. Peachin ed. (Oxford University Press, under contract).

""Livy, Augustus, and the Landscape of the Law,"" Arethusa Vol. 40, No. 1 (2007): 7–23.

Gender, Domesticity, and the Age of Augustus: Inventing Private Life, Oxford Studies in Classical Literature and Gender Theory I (Oxford University Press, 2005).

""Barbie(r) as Grecian GoddessTM and Egyptian QueenTM: Ancient Women's History by Mattel(r),"" Helios Vol. 32, No. 2 (2005): 215–233.

""Gendering Ghetto and Gallery in the Graffiti Art Movement, 1976 – 1984,"" L. Dowler ed., Gender and Landscape (Routledge, 2005): 269–281.

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