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Name Erika Zimmermann Damer
Position Associate Professor
Institutional Affiliation Classics Department, University of Richmond
Latitude 37.5739607
Longitude -77.5418024
Research Interests

sexuality and gender; social history of the late Roman Republic and early Empire; Graffiti

Websites http://classics.richmond.edu/faculty/edamer/index.html


2016. “The Herculaneum Graffiti Project, First Field Season 2014.” R. Benefiel, J. DiBiasie, H. Sypniewski, E. Zimmermann Damer, K. Helms, M. Loar, K. Lundquist, F. Opdenhoff. Journal of Fasti Online.

2016. “Iambic Metapoetics in Epodes 8 and 12.” Helios 43: 55 -85.

2014. Editor of “Recent Work on Tibullus.” a special issue of Classical World 107.4.

Introduction to special issue of Classical World 107.4, Recent Work on Tibullus, pages 443-450.

“Gender Reversals and Intertextuality in Tibullus.” Classical World 107.4, pages 493-514.

“Stoa.” 2014. C. Smith, ed. The Encyclopedia of Classical Archaeology. Springer, New York, pages 7056-7062.

Additional Publications

2014-ongoing. Dr. Damer is an active contributor to the Epigraphic Database Roma, and has published wall inscriptions and drawn wall inscriptions from Herculaneum and Pompeii.

2012. Review of T. Johnson. Horace’s Iambic Poetics. Casting Blame. Classical Journal Online.

2011. Review of Ryan and Perkins. Ovid’s Amores. Book One. A Commentary. BMCR.

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