Celia Schultz received her PhD from Bryn Mawr College. After teaching at Johns Hopkins and Yale, she arrived at the University of Michigan in 2010. Her primary research and teaching interests are Roman religion and the history and literature of the Roman Republic. She is the author of A Commentary on Cicero, De Divinatione I (2014) and Women's Religious Activity in the Roman Republic (2006). Along with Sara Forsdyke, she edits the monograph series Societas: Historical Studies in Classical Culture for the University of Michigan Press. Professor Schultz is also the co-editor of two volumes: Religion in Republican Italy (2006, Yale Classical Studies 33) with the late Paul B. Harvey, Jr., and The Religious Life of Things (Archiv für Religionsgeschichte, 2016) with Ian Moyer. She has held a Rome Prize Fellowship, a Michigan Humanities Award, and a Loeb Classical Library Fellowship. Professor Schultz is currently at work on a study of sacrifice in Roman society.