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, Didier Natalizi Baldi, Fiona Clunan, Katherine Finley, Kiana Hu, Lucy Chae, Michaela Phan, Natalie Francis, Will Shao, eds.
September 2021
July 2021
Sophia Colello's first ever publication has recently been released in the latest issue of Change Over Time, a special edition on 'Sounding Heritage'...
Justin Leidwanger, Greene, E. S.; and Donnelly, A.
April 2021
Between 2013 and 2019, collaborative survey and excavation were carried out on the sixth-century CE shipwreck at Marzamemi, in southeast Sicily,...
March 2021
In ancient Greece, philosophers developed new and dazzling ideas about divinity, drawing on the deep well of poetry, myth, and religious practices...
October 2020

Building on numerous original close readings of works by Homer, Hesiod, and other ancient Greek poets, Richard P. Martin articulates a broad and...
October 2020
The majority of current research dealing with the maritime world is centered on abstract notions such as trade, networks, connectivity, or the...
June 2020
"The Somatics of Style: The Body in Ancient Greek Theories of Verbal Art" brings to light the previously unexplored centrality of the body to...
Annie Lamar, America Chambers
May 2020
We investigate the generation of metrically accurate Homeric poetry. We assess the quality of the generated lines of poetry using quantitative...
March 2020
That seafaring was fundamental to Roman prosperity in the eastern Mediterranean is beyond doubt, but a tendency by scholars to focus on the grandest...
Grace Erny, William Caraher
January 2020
Fieldwork at the settlement of Chelmis in the Western Argolid provides a case study in the archaeological documentation of the Modern landscape of...
December 2019
2019 annual department newsletter featuring faculty/student/alumni news, commencement, and mini-features on marble carving and the educational trip...
Sarah Wilker, Justin Leidwanger, Elizabeth S. Greene
December 2019
Between 2011 and 2015, archaeological research was carried out at the Archaic through Late Antique harbors of Burgaz in southwestern Turkey. The...
November 2019
Amphoras, Exchange, and the Agricultural Economy of the Knidia
The contributions to this special thematic issue of HEROM: Journal on Hellenistic and...
October 2019
The fall of the Roman Empire has long been considered one of the greatest disasters in history. But in this groundbreaking book, Walter Scheidel...
Alyson Melzer, edited by David Stuttard
May 2019
Ajax is perhaps the earliest of Sophocles' tragedies, yet the issues at its heart remain profoundly resonant today. Set in the Greek encampment...
Andrew Devine, Laurence D. Stephens
February 2019
Latin is often described as a free word order language, but in general each word order encodes a particular information structure: in that sense,...
, Susan Treggiari
January 2019
Susan Treggiari's new book focuses on a key female figure in Roman history, shining new light on the place of women in late Republican society and...
December 2018
This volume brings together scholars of Mediterranean archaeology, ancient history, and complexity science to advance theoretical approaches and...
November 2018
The first robot to walk the earth was a bronze giant called Talos. This wondrous machine was created not by MIT Robotics Lab, but by Hephaestus, the...
November 2018
Article by Adrienne Mayor published in History Today, Volume 68, Issue 11
"Autocrats have deployed automatons as weapons since antiquity, not just in...

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