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Justin Leidwanger, Deborah N. Carlson, Sarah M. Kampbell
July 2015
In 2007 a symposium was held at Texas A&M University to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Texas A&M University Press’s publication of...
May 2015
Excerpted from Princeton UP:
Ober argues that Greece’s rise was no miracle but rather the result of political breakthroughs and economic development...
May 2015
 
Oxford UP: "Callimachus was arguably the most important poet of the Hellenistic age, for two reasons: his engagement with previous theorists of...
Ronnie Shi, Llewelyn Morgan
May 2015
Ronnie Shi's article appears in Volume 145 of the Transactions of the American Philological Association. From the abstract: 
"Although Virgil’s...
April 2015
From Cambridge University Press: 
"Inspired by the New Fiscal History, this book represents the first global survey of taxation in the premodern...
March 2015
From Princeton University Press:
"Most people in the world today think democracy and gender equality are good, and that violence and wealth...
January 2015
Identifies and seeks to explain similarities and differences in the character of the largest ancient empires.
Brings together separate areas of...
December 2014
2014 annual department newsletter featuring faculty/student news, Classics in Digital Age, SCIT, conferences, commencement, and other topics.
November 2014
The study of Homeric imitations in Vergil has one of the longest traditions in Western culture, starting from the very moment the Aeneid was...
Grant Parker, James Osborne
November 2014
Monumentality is a human phenomenon that has occurred in nearly all times and places. Because of its ubiquity, monumentality is something that has...
November 2014
Article written by Adrienne Mayor in the LA Times published on November 29, 2014.
 
Some 2,500 years ago, the Greeks had a big Amazon moment. Read...
July 2014
Amazons, fierce warrior women dwelling on the fringes of the known world, were the mythic archenemies of the ancient Greeks. Heracles and Achilles...
July 2014
In the course of two and a half centuries, the city-state of Rome rose from central Italian dominance to Mediterranean hegemony. Together with this...
June 2014
http://www.ancientnarrative.com/pdf/anvol11_07arthur-montagne.pdf
Grant Parker, Laura Jansen
May 2014
What is a paratext, and where can we find it in a Roman text? What kind of space does a paratext occupy, and how does this space relate to the text...
April 2014
From Farrar, Straus and Giroux : “War! . . . . / What is it good for? / Absolutely nothing,” says the famous song—but archaeology, history, and...
December 2013
2013 annual departmental newsletter featuring conferences, our 1st annual Stanford Early Career Fellow, new faculty and scholars, and updates from...
July 2013
This dissertation examines the relationship between associations and democracy in Classical Athens. It seeks to test some of the main hypotheses of...
July 2013
This dissertation engages in the current debate on whether there was more continuity or more discontinuity in Greece after the collapse of the...

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