Kelly_News_April2018.jpgFashion offers window into ancient Roman society

Kelly Olson is giving voice to the predominantly silent and forgotten women of ancient Rome. Read more about how her work is the first of its kind to track how fashion evolved in ancient Rome and how it differs from modern times here.

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New edition of the Corpus Caesarianum now available:

Catherine Pratt recently gave a paper at the ROM.
SASAH graduate joined the Vindolanda Field School

Roman Letters Discovered at Vindolanda

Congratulations, Dr. Wright!

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Faculty Spotlight

Elizabeth Greene
Dr. Greene's current excavation project is at the site of Vindolanda in northern Britain. Her research projects focus on social aspects of Roman military life, conquest and change in the Roman provinces, and Roman shoes and leather artifacts.

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Program Highlights
Tim Wright received his PhD at Spring Convocation. Dr. Wright defended his dissertation Homeric Kinship on the Margins of the Oikos, supervised by Prof. Christopher Brown, in December and has accepted a position at Queen's University.