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My project explores this long-standing question and, in doing so, I argue that Lucan both presupposes a reader intimately familiar with his predecessor’s account and marks Caesar’s text as a significant site of memory for the empire.
The GCCA Intra-ACP Programme, funded under the 10th European Development Fund (EDF) financial framework, supports the 79 member countries of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States in their adaptation and mitigation responses.
The American Academy in Rome awards the Rome Prize to a select group of artists and scholars, after an application process that begins in the fall of each year.
By investigating the state of the human remains at the time of reopening and the time between depositions, my argument centers around the ways in which the addition of individuals and the manipulation of human skeletal elements could create and maintain inter-generational corporeal connections between the deceased and the living.
When Lucan set out to write an epic account of the civil war between Pompey and Caesar, he had a number of textual predecessors to draw on, including Caesar’s own account of that very war.
This project explores how the rise of Christianity affected urban neighborhoods and intersected with other developments related to class and elite power in this critical period.
My dissertation uses architectural terracottas to examine the ways in which central Italian communities expressed civic identity through visual culture in the mid-to-late Republic.Cosa and Minturnae, together with their surrounding regions, constitute the principle case-studies for my analysis.
The ghost of this knowledge intentionally erased in favor of a mystical understanding of power.What kinds of architectures emerge when the ghosts of Rome manifest today?My objective with this new work is to return to the origins of the suburban house on the Italian peninsula and to build a new history moving forward.This project analyzes how ancient rabbis use Roman holidays like Saturnalia to encourage or prevent assimilation into their larger Roman imperial context.Building on scholarship that understands rabbinic texts as literary texts, I examine rabbinic prohibitions of interaction during Roman holidays and their corresponding narratives in the Roman age rabbinic tractate on foreign worship.And yet despite the numerous points of convergence between the two texts and despite Lucan’s own demonstrable fascination with Caesar as historical actor and historical author, the question of Lucan’s reception of Caesar remains a crucial gap in modern scholarship. In the Renaissance, for example it seems to have been unthinkable to examine the work of one without recourse to the other; and even more suggestively, many scholars of that time seem to have found within Lucan’s stridently anti-tyrannical epic a Caesarist voice.