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Alain M. Gowing. "Afterword." J. Farrell and D. Nelis, eds. Augustan Poetry and the Roman Republic. Oxford University Press: 2013. Publications, Essays Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Culture, History, Poetry and Poetics
Alain M. Gowing. Empire and Memory. The Representation of the Roman Republic in Imperial Culture. Cambridge University Press: 2005. Publications, Books Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Imperial Rome, Post-Augustan, Culture, History
Kohl, Jerome. 2017. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Zeitmaße. Landmarks in Music Since 1950. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-754-65334-9. Publications, Books Aesthetics, Culture, Music
Sarah Culpepper Stroup. "Invaluable Collections: the Illusion of Poetic Presence in Martial’s Xenia and Apophoreta" Flavian Poetry. Brill: 2005. Publications, Essays Critical Theory, Culture, Latin Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Post-Augustan, Roman History and Culture
Sarah Culpepper Stroup. "Making Memory: Ritual, Rhetoric, and Violence in the Imperial Roman Triumph.” Belief and Bloodshed: Religion and Violence across Time and Tradition. Rowman & Littlefield: 2007. Publications, Essays Culture, History, Imperial Rome, Roman History and Culture, Sociology
Sarah Culpepper Stroup. "When I read my Cato, it is as if Cato speaks: The Evolution of Cicero’s Dialogic Voice." The Author’s Voice in Classical and Late Antiquity. Oxford: 2014. Publications, Essays Ancient, Culture, Latin Literature, Oratory, Rhetoric and Composition, Roman History and Culture
Sarah Culpepper Stroup. Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons: The Generation of the Text. Cambridge: 2010. Publications, Books Culture, History, Latin Literature, Oratory, Poetry and Poetics
Sarah Culpepper Stroup. “Without Patronage: Fetishization, Representation, and the Circulation of Gift-Texts in the Late Roman Republic.”  The Gift in Antiquity. Wiley-Blackwell: 2013. Publications, Essays Ancient, Critical Theory, Culture, Philology, Poetry and Poetics, Roman History and Culture, Sociology