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Name Mary T. Boatwright
Position Professor Emerita
Institutional Affiliation Duke University
Latitude 36.0014
Longitude -78.9382
Research Interests

Roman history: Provincial and principate, epigraphy

Websites https://classicalstudies.duke.edu/people/mary-t-boatwright; http://duke.academia.edu/MaryTBoatwright; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_T._Boatwright

: Sole-authored Books: 2012
Peoples of the Roman World
. Cambridge Introduction to Roman Civilization series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. On-line reviews:
-Online ~ 2013.07.07; BMCR 2013.11.08 2000
Hadrian and the Cities of the Roman Empire
. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Rev.: S. Keay,
American Journal of Archaeology
105.2 (2001) 374-75; F. Millar,
55 (2001) 462-64;

W. E. Metcalf, http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2001/2001-08-07.html; K. Vössing,
75.4 (2003) 328-32. 1987
Hadrian and the City of Rome
. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Rev.: A. Frazer,
Hournal of the Society of Architectural Historians
48.1 (1989) 82-83; Y. Thébert,
Annales. Économies, Sociétés, Civilisations
45.4 (1990) 911-13. Co-authored Books: 2013
A Brief History of the Romans
, 2
ed. (see 2005 below), by M. T. Boatwright, D. Gargola, N. Lenski, and R.J.A. Talbert. 2011
The Romans: From Village to Empire
, 2
ed. (see 2004 below), by M. T. Boatwright, D. Gargola, N. Lenski, and R.J.A. Talbert. 2005
A Brief History of the Romans
, by

M. T. Boatwright, D. Gargola, and R.J.A. Talbert. Oxford University Press. (Briefer version, suitable for Roman Civilization and shorter Roman History courses, of 2004’s
The Romans:

From Village to Empire. A History of Ancient Rome from Earliest Times to Constantine
). 2004
The Romans:

From Village to Empire. A History of Ancient Rome from Earliest Times to Constantine
, by M. T. Boatwright, D. Gargola, and R.J.A. Talbert. Oxford UP. Translated into Czech and modern Greek. Rev.: D. L. Nousek, http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2006/2006-04-29.html Co-edited Books: 2015
History of the ICCS: The First Fifty Years (1965-2015)
. Centro Press. Co-editor with M. Maas and C. Smith, and author of Introduction. 2000
The Shapes of City Life in Rome and Pompeii
. Eds., M. T. Boatwright and H. B. Evans. New Rochelle, NY: Caratzas. Journal Articles (peer reviewed): 2015 “Acceptance and Approval: Romans’ Non-Roman Population Transfers, 180 BCE – ca. 70 CE.”
69: 122-46.

2/17, p2
2014 “Agrippa’s Building Inscriptions.”
189: 255-64. 2011 “Women and Gender in the Forum Romanum.”
141: 107-43. 2000 “Public Architecture in Rome and the Year A.D. 96.” In
The Year A.D. 96: Did It Make a Difference?
Ed., E. Badian.
American Journal of Ancient History
(refereed volume) 15.1 [1990]: 67-90. 1992 “Matidia the Younger.”
Echoes du Monde Classique/Classical Views
26, n.s. 11: 19-32. 1991 “Imperial Women of the Early Second Century A.C.”
112: 513-40. 1990 “Theaters in the Roman Empire.”
Biblical Archaeologist
53: 184-92. 1989 “Hadrian and Italian Cities.”
19: 235-71. 1988 “Caesar’s Second Consulship and the Completion and Date of the
Bellum Civile
84: 31-40. 1986a “The Pomerial Extension of Augustus.”
35: 13-27. 1986b “The Style of the Laudes Neronis, Chapter 4.1 of Seneca’s
Classical Bulletin
62: 10-16. 1985 “The ‘Ara Ditis-Ustrinum of Hadrian’ in the Western Campus Martius, and Other Problematic Roman Ustrina.”
89: 486-97. 1984 “Tacitus on Claudius and the Pomerium of Rome:
80: 36-44. 1983 “Further Thoughts on Hadrianic Athens.”
52: 173-76. Articles in Books and Conference Proceedings: 2017 (forthcoming) “Model Families in Imperial Rome and Palmyra.” In the conference proceedings of “Representations of Women and Children in Roman period Palmyra: Family Structures in Palmyra” (www.projects.au.di/palmyraportrait/), to be published in
Palmyrenske Studier
. Ca. 8000 words. 2017 (forthcoming) “Imagining Regium Lepidi historically: A Roman town in North Italy.” In the conference proceedings of
Regium@Lepidi 2200. Archeologia a confronto per la ricostruzione della città Romana
(ed., M. Forte). Ca. 5000 words. 2015 “Visualizing Empire in Imperial Rome.” In
Ancient World Views: Institutions and Geography from the Greco-Roman World
. Eds. L. Brice and D. Slootjes, Leiden: Brill, 235-59. 2013 “Hadrian and the Agrippa Inscription of the Pantheon.” In
Hadrian: Art, Politics and Economy
. Ed., T. Opper. London: British Museum, 19-30. 2011 “The
of the Volusii Saturnini at Lucus Feroniae, and the Education of their Domestic Service.” In
L'écriture dans la maison romaine
. Eds., M. Corbier and J.-P. Guilhembet. Paris: de Boccard, 99-112. 2010 “Antonine Rome: Security in the Homeland.” In
The Emperor and Rome
Representation and Ritual
. Eds., B. C. Ewald and C. F. Noreña. Yale Classical Studies: Cambridge UP: 169-97. 2008a “Tacitus and the Final Rites of Agrippina:
14, 9.” In Vol. XIV of
Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History
, Collection Latomus vol. 315, 375-93. (Unsolicited article; peer reviewed) 2008b “Hadrian.” In
Lives of the Caesars
. Ed., A. A. Barrett. Oxford: Blackwell, 155-80. (Book translated into Spanish, Estonian, Czech, and other languages; for review, see http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2009/2009-07-49.html) 2005 “Children and Parents on the Tombstones of Pannonia.” In
The Roman Family
, vol. IV. Ed., M. George. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 287-318.

2/17, p3
2003a “Faustina the Younger,
Mater Castrorum
.” In
Echo 2: Les femmes antiques entre sphère privée et sphère publique
. Eds., R. Frei-Stolba, A. Bielman, and O. Blanchi. Bern: Peter Lang, 249-68. 2003b “Trajan Outside Rome: Buildings and Sculptural Commissions in Italian and Provincial Cities.” In
Sage and Emperor
. Eds., P. Stadter and L. Van der Stockt. Leuven: Leuven UPress, 259-77. 2000 “Just Window Dressing? Imperial Women as Architectural Sculpture.” In
I Claudia II
. Eds., D.E.E. Kleiner and S. B. Matheson. Austin, TX: UTexas, 61-75. 1998 “Luxuriant Gardens and Extravagant Women: The Horti of Rome between Republic and Empire.” In
Horti romani. Ideologia e autorappresentazione
. Eds., M. Cima and E. La Rocca. Rome: L’Erma di Bretschneider, 71-82. 1997a “Italica and Hadrian’s urban benefactions.” In
Italica MMCC. Actas de las Jornadas del 2.200 Aniversario de la Fundación de Itálica
. Eds., A. Caballos and P. León. Seville: Consejeria de Cultura, 115-35. 1997b “The Traianeum in Italica (Spain) and the Library of Hadrian in Athens.” In
The Interpretation of Architectural Sculpture in Greece and Rome
. Ed., D. Buitron-Oliver. Hanover / London: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, 193-217. 1993 “The City Gate of Plancia Magna in Perge.” In
Roman Art in Context: An Anthology
. Ed., E. D’Ambra. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 189-207. 1991 “Plancia Magna of Perge, and the Roles and Status of Women in Roman Asia Minor.” In
Women’s History and Ancient History
. Ed., S. B. Pomeroy. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 249-72. 1982 “The Lucii Volusii Saturnini and Tacitus.” In
I Volusii Saturnini: Una famiglia romana della prima età imperiale
. Ed., A. Carandini. Bari: De Donato, 7-16. Publications in encyclopedias and less traditional venues: 2014 “The Antonines.” In
Oxford Bibliographies in Classics
. Ed. Dee Clayman. New York: Oxford University Press (http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195389661/obo-9780195389661-0184.xml) . 2009a & b “Capri” and “Hadrian,” for
Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome
, ed. M. Gagarin. New York: Oxford UP (each 500 words). Current Projects:

Imperial Women of Rome: Power, Gender, Context
. Monograph under contract with OUP.

Topographical and social historical investigation of Rome"
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