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'Cassius Dio and the City of Rome', in Cassius Dio: Greek Intellectual and Roman Politician, C.H. Lange and J.M. Madsen, edd. (Brill 2016) pp. 117-35. Publications Greek History and Culture, Historiography, History, Imperial Rome, Roman History and Culture
'Memory as Motive in Tacitus,' in Aspects of Memory in Ancient Rome and Early Christianity, K. Galinsky, ed. (Oxford 2016), pp. 43-64. Publications Historiography, Imperial Rome, Latin Literature, Post-Augustan, Roman History and Culture
Alain M. Gowing, "Forgetting Germanicus: Reading Valerius Maximus through Tacitus’ Tiberian Books," in J. Murray and D. Wardle, edd., Reading by Example. Valerius Maximus and the Historiography of Exempla (Brill 2021) Publications Classics, Historiography, History, Imperial Rome, Latin Literature, Post-Augustan, Roman History and Culture
Alain M. Gowing, Response: APA Panel on '‘Historiography, Poetry, and the Intertext’, 4 January 2013.  Published in Histos, the online journal of ancient historiography. Publications, Essays Roman History and Culture, Critical Theory, Historiography, History, Literary Criticism, Poetry and Poetics
Alain M. Gowing. "'Caesar grabs my pen': Writing Civil War under Tiberius." Citizens of Discord. Rome and Its Civil Wars. (Breed, Damon and Rossi, eds.). Oxford: 2010. 249-60. Publications, Essays Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Post-Augustan
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
Alain M. Gowing. The Triumviral Narratives of Appian and Cassius Dio. University of Michigan Press: 1992. Publications, Books Greek History and Culture, Roman History and Culture, Imperial Rome, Historiography
Catherine Connors and Cindy Clendenon, "Mapping Tartaros: Observation, Inference, and Belief in Ancient Greek and Roman Accounts of Karst Terrain," Classical Antiquity 35.2, 147-188 Publications, Essays Classics, Ecocriticism, Folklore and Mythology, Greek (Classical), Roman History and Culture, Science and Technology
Catherine Connors, 'The Sobbin' Women: Romulus, Plutarch, and Stephen Vincent Benét' Illinois Classical Studies 38 (2013), 127-48.  Publications, Essays Latin Literature, Reception Studies, Roman History and Culture
Catherine Connors, ‘Nothing to do with Fides?: Female networks and the reproduction of citizenship in Plautus’ Casina’  Roman Drama and its Contexts: Trends in Classics 34 (2016) , ed. S. Frangoulidis, S. Harrison, G. Manuwald, 275-88.   Publications, Essays Drama, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Roman History and Culture
Catherine M. Connors. "Babylonian Stories and the ancient Novel: Magi and the limits of empire in Iamblichus' Babyloniaka." Proceedings of the International Conference on the Ancient Novel 4, ed. D. Konstan and B.D. MacQueen.  Publications, Essays Greek History and Culture, Greek (Classical), Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Ecocriticism, Novel/Prose Fiction
Catherine M. Connors. "Eratosthenes, Strabo and the Geographer's Gaze." Pacific Coast Philology 46.2 Special Issue: Literature, Culture and the Environment (2011): 139-52. Publications, Essays Greek History and Culture, Roman History and Culture, Hellenistic, Ecocriticism, Visual Culture
Catherine M. Connors. "From turnips to turbot: allusion to epic in Roman satire." The Cambridge Companion to Roman Satire. Cambridge University Press: 2005. 123-45. Publications, Essays Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature
Catherine M. Connors. "Politics and Spectacles." The Cambridge Companion to the Greek and Roman Novel. Cambridge University Press: 2008. 162-181. Publications, Essays Greek (Classical), Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction
Catherine M. Connors. Petronius the Poet: Verse and Literary Tradition in the Satyricon. Cambridge University Press: 1998. Publications, Books Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction
Deborah Kamen and C.W. Marshall, eds. Slavery and Sexuality in Classical Antiquity. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2021. Publications, Books Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Greek (Classical), Greek History and Culture, Latin Literature, Roman History and Culture
Deborah Kamen. "A Corpus of Inscriptions: Representing Slave Marks in Antiquity." Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 55 (2010): 95-110. Publications, Essays Greek History and Culture, Greek (Classical), Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature
James J. Clauss, Daniel P. Harmon (translators). Filippo Coarelli, Rome and Environs: An Archeological Guide. University of California Press: 2007; updated edition 2014. Publications, Translations Roman History and Culture, Archaeology, Architecture, Art History
James J. Clauss. "Callimachus" (1.221-222), "Capitoline Hill" (1.230-231) "Carinae" (1.232), "Forum" (2.498), "Forum Augustum" (2.498-499) "Forum Boarium" (2.499), "Forum Romanum" (2.2.500), "Medea" (2.797)  in R. F. Thomas and J. M. Ziolkowski (edd.) The Virgil Encyclopedia (Wiley-Blackwell 2014) Publications, Essays Greek (Classical), Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Hellenistic, Archaeology, Architecture
L. J. Bliquez and A.M. Gowing, 'Miscellaneous Minor Objects', in The Collection of Antiquities of the American Academy in Rome, Supplement to the Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome, L. Bonfante and H. Nagy, edd. (Ann Arbor 2016) Publications Archaeology, Medicine, Roman History and Culture
Megan O'Donald. “The ROTAS ‘Wheel’: Form and Content in a Pompeian Graffito.” Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 205 (2018): 77-91. Publications, Essays Archaeology, Classics, Latin Literature, Roman History and Culture
Sarah Culpepper Stroup. "Greek Rhetoric Meets Rome: Expansion, Resistance, and Acculturation.”  A Companion to Roman Rhetoric. Blackwell: 2006. Publications, Essays Greek (Classical), Hellenistic, Latin Literature, Oratory, Rhetoric and Composition, Roman History and Culture
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

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