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Name Serena Connolly
Position Associate Professor of Classics
Institutional Affiliation Rutgers University
Latitude 40.501794
Longitude -74.447981
Research Interests

Roman social history, women and non elites in the ancient world,

Websites http://classics.rutgers.edu/people/faculty/80-people-serena-connolly

Contributing editor to Frier, B., The Code of Justinian: A New Annotated Translation, with
Parallel Latin and Greek Text. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press, forthcoming
"Binarism in the Disticha Catonis." Mnemosyne 66.2 (2013): 228-246.
"Das älteste Distichazitat." Latomus 72 (2013) 122-27.
"Disticha Catonis Uticensis." Classical Philology Vol. 107, No. 2 (April 2012), pp. 119-130.
"The Meter of the Disticha Catonis." Classical Journal 107.3 (2012), pp. 313-29.
"A Grammarian Honors the Emperors." Ancient History Bulletin 24 (2010 [2011]): 111-23.
"Lucan's Punic War in the Disticha Catonis." Classica et Mediaevalia 61 (2010): 193-202.
Lives behind the Laws: the World of the Codex Hermogenianus. Bloomington, IN.: Indiana
University Press, 2010.
"Constantine and the Veterans." In The Roman Empire from the Tetrarchy to Theodosius II,
edited by Edward Watts, Scott McGill and Cristiana Sogno, 188-233. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 2010.
"Petitioning in the Ancient World." In Medieval Petitions: Grace and Grievance, edited by G.
Dodd, A. Musson & W. Ormrod, 47-63. York: York Medieval Press, 2009.
"omnuo auton ton Sebaston: The Greek Oath in the Roman World.” In Horkos: The Oath in
Greek Society, edited by Alan Sommerstein and Judith Fletcher, 203-16. Bristol: Bristol
Phoenix Press, 2007.
"Women at the Edge: Gender and Ethnicity in Law at Dura-Europos." Diotima: Gender and
Diversity in Place: Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Feminism and Classics
(2006), www.stoa.org/diotima.
"Roman Ransomers." The Ancient History Bulletin 20 (2006): 115-31.
"The Dardanus Inscription Revisited." The Classical Journal 102 (2006): 145-54.
"Quasi ancilla, quasi libera: Diogenia and the Everyday Experience of Slaves." The American
Journal of Ancient History 3-4 (2004-5 [2007]): 171-88.
Braund. S. and her students. "Twenty-First Century Persius." Arion 9 (2002): 65-80.

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