From the Farm to the world, Stanford Classics alumni are at the forefront of their fields. Here are some recent publications by our alumni.
Matthew P. Loar, Carolyn MacDonald and Dan-el Padilla Peralta (PhDs, 2014): Rome, Empire of Plunder: The Dynamics of Cultural Appropriation (Cambridge University Press, October 2017)
Bob Frakes (BA, 1984): In Search of Plutarch's Lost Life of Epaminondas (The Historian 79 (2017): 451-475)
Nicholas Boterf (Ph.D., 2012): Alcman Gourmand: The Politics of Eating in Archaic Sparta (American Journal of Philology, Summer 2017)
Nicholas Boterf (Ph.D., 2012): Carving Out a Space: Oaths and Spatialization in Alcaeus 129 V (Classical Philology, October 2018)
Matthew Simonton, (Ph.D., 2012): 2018 Runciman Book Prize for his book Classical Greek Oligarchy: a Political History (Princeton University Press, forthcoming March 2019)
John Matthew Oksanish reviews alumna Marden Fitzpatrick Nichols' (BA 2004) book, Author and Audience in Vitruvius' 'De architectura'. Greek culture in the Roman world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017, in the Bryn Mawr Classical Review.
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