Ancient economies, societies, civilizations. The archaeology and history of the Roman Empire and its neighbours at the very large scale
About this Fellow
Roman history and Latin literature of the Republic and early Principate, with a special interest in time, religion, and institutions of literary culture
- Giger Professor of Latin, Princeton University
Greek, Roman, early Christian and Byzantine art and archaeology; the reception of material culture in texts, museums and collecting; art and text; art and religion; the history of art history
Philosophy: Ancient philosophy especially Plato's metaphysics, epistemology and ethics; ethics; the philosophy of medicine
Classics, in particular: ancient and medieval ideas on language; the use of value terms in public debate; cognitive approaches to Greek literature; innovation processes in antiquity, in particular their 'anchoring'