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A row of six people, all but one dressed in varied togas. Two of the men raise their right hands in an oratorical gesture. Above each person is the name of a character in the Phormio.

Blog: Paternalism and the “Good Slave” in the Speech for Phormion and the Legacies of Slavery

By Javal Coleman | Monday, June 20, 2022
Oil painting of a white man sitting in a large chair facing left with a dissatisfied expression. He wears a white toga with red drapery over his left arm, a crown, a gold cuff bracelet, and short curly hair. A tiger sits between his legs.

Blog: Dissertation Spotlight: Humor in the Historical Works of Tacitus

By Emma Warhover | Monday, December 27, 2021
A bronze bust of a man with short, wavy hair and a slightly pained expression on his face.

Blog: Dissertation Spotlight: The Shape of an Empire: Environments, Economies, and the Nature of the Seleucid State

By dmklokow | Monday, October 18, 2021
14th century illustrated manuscript of Omne Bonum (by James le Palmer – British Library MS Royal 6 E. VI, fol. 301ra); it shows a bishop instructing clerics with leprosy.

Blog: “Disease Discourse” as a Phenomenon: Classical, and Christian, and Contemporary

By Carson Bay | Friday, May 21, 2021

Blog: Will Reading Fiction Make You a Better Ancient Historian?

By Carlos Noreña | Monday, July 22, 2019

Blog: What Does Productivity Even Mean to an Ancient Historian?

By Lindsey Mazurek | Thursday, February 21, 2019

Blog: A Guide to Pitching Your Book at a Conference

By Erin Averett | Friday, December 28, 2018

Blog: A Day in the Life of a Classicist

By Ayelet Haimson Lushkov | Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Adrienne Mayor with Nikos Solounias, still image from "Ancient Monster Hunters" (A&E Home Video, 2004)

Blog: An Interview with Adrienne Mayor

By Adrienne Mayor | Saturday, March 31, 2018