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Recent Faculty Publications


Terpstra, T. 2020. “Roman Technological Progress in Comparative Context: The Roman Empire, Medieval Europe and Imperial China,” Explorations in Economic History 75: 101300

Terpstra T. 2020. “The Imperial Cult and the Sacred Bonds of Roman Overseas Commerce.” In S. Keay and P. Arnaud, eds. Roman Port Societies: The Evidence of Inscriptions. Cambridge. 178-197

Wallace, R. forthcoming, 2020.  “Aeschylus and Athenian History, 508/7-454 BC. Democracy’s Age of Bronze,” in P. Burian and J. Bromberg, eds., Blackwell Companion to Aeschylus, Malden



Platte, R. 2019. “Guilding American History through Song Culture in O Brother, Where Art Thou?” In Screening the Golden Ages of the Classical Tradition, ed. Meredith Safran. Edinburgh University Press.

Radding, J. 2019. “Euripides and the Origins of Democratic Anarchia,” Erga-Logoi 7: 57-83
Radding, J., trans. 2019. Plato, Seventh LetterPlato at Syracuse: Essays on Plato in Western Greece with a new Translation of the Seventh Letter by Jonah Radding, eds. Heather L. Reid and Mark Ralkowski. Sioux City. 1-73.

Terpstra, T. 2019. Trade in the Ancient MediterraneanPrinceton University Press. 

Wallace, R. 2019. “Complaints, relevance in Athenian court speeches, and community welfare. A response to Adriaan Lanni,” in Symposion XVI. Vorträge zur griechischen und hellenistischen Rechtsgeschichte, eds. G. Thür, U. Yiftach, and R. Zelnick-Abramovitz, Vienna, 203-9.
Wallace, R. 2019. “Public arbitrators in fourth-century Athens: guiding the democratic lot,” in L. Gagliardi and L. Pepe, eds, Dike. Essays on Greek law in honor of Alberto Maffi,, Milan, 353-361.



Gunter, A., V. ed. 2018A Companion to Ancient Near Eastern ArtWiley Blackwell.

Kraut, R. 2018. The Quality of Life: Aristotle Revised. Oxford University Press.

Radding, J. 2018.Bacchylides, Hieron, and the Imitation of Failure.In Heather L. Reid and Davide Tanasi, eds. The Heritage of Western Greece. vol. 3. Siracusa. 231-246.


Gibbons, R. 2017.  An Orchard in the StreetAmerican Readers Series.

Gunter, A. 2017. Wealth Objects and Royal Gift-Giving in the Neo-Assyrian and Inca Empires, In Stadienmenschlicher Entwicklung—Ansätze zur Kulturmorphologie heute. Konferenz in Memoriam OswaldSpengler /Stages of Human Development—Towards a Contemporary Morphology of Culture, Conferencein Memory of Oswald Spengler, Proceedings of the Conference in Wöltingerode, Harz, 28 September–2October 2014, ed. Sebastian Fink, Max Otte, and Robert Rollinger. Berlin.

Platte, R. 2017Equine PoeticsCenter for Hellenic Studies. Hellenic Studies Series ; vol. 74.

Schafer, J. 2017.Authorial Pagination in the Eclogues and Georgics,” Transactions of the American Philological Association 147,1: 135-178. 

Wallace, R. 2017.Law and community in ancient Athens, and the prosecution of Sokrates,” Ivs Fugit 20: 249-263.

Wallace, R. 2017.Sophokles’ Democratic Tyrants: Electra 1,” in Albert’s Anthology, ed. K. Coleman, Loeb Classical Monographs: 225-226. Cambridge.

Wallace, R. 2017.The bronze coinage of Iberian Irippo. Politics and necessity in an age of uncertainty?," in J. C. Bermejo Barrera and M. García Sánchez (eds.), ΔΕΣΜΟΙ ΦΙΛΙΑΣ. Studies in Ancient History in Honour of F. Javier Fernández Nieto: 349-360. Barcelona.


Gunter, A. 2016. “A Cultural Biography of Egypt,” Leiden University.

Wallace, R. 2016.Redating Croesus: Herodotean Chronologies, and the Dates of the Earliest Coinages,” The Journal of Hellenistic Studies.136:168–181

Wallace, R. 2016. “The world gone wrong: Sophokles’ Electra,” Annali Online Ferrara Lettere XI: 53-77. 

Wallace, R. 2016. “Equality, the dêmos, and law in archaic Greece,” Symposion XV. Vorträge zur griechischen und hellenistischen Rechtsgeschichte, ed. D. Leão and G. Thür: 1-14. Vienna.  

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