The Center acknowledges with gratitude continued financial support from the Arete Foundation, the Fellows of the Center, and W.W. Norton & Company.

Spaces of Justice in the Roman World

Edited by Francesco de Angelis

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The Spaces of Justice in the Roman World

 

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STUDENTS

Classical Studies


Molly E. Allen

(mea2153@columbia.edu)

First Year Student

Archaic and Classical Greek art; mythology; cultural interactions between Greece and the Near East


Justin Dombrowski

(jed2129@columbia.edu)

Third Year Student

Social and economy history of high and later Roman empires; Roman art; domesticity and urbanization; Jewish history and literature


Monica Hellstrom

(mmh2138@columbia.edu)

Fifth year student

Roman imperial history, Late Roman art and architecture, urbanism and infrastructure, Greek and Latin documents and inscriptions


Zachary Herz

(zrh2102@columbia.edu)

First Year Student

Roman law/informal regulation; social ordering; and late Republican politics


Irene SanPietro

(is2041@columbia.edu)

Fourth year student

Late Antiquity, Early Christianity, Late Antique Law, Early Church History


Joe Sheppard

(js3684@columbia.edu)

First year student


Zoë Smith

(zms2102@columbia.edu)

Third Year Student

Roman Art; Hellenistic and Roman history; geographic, ethnographic and spatial theory


James Tan

(jkt2105@columbia.edu)

Sixth year student

Roman history, political sociology, comparative history


WHAT THE CENTER DOES

The Center for the Ancient Mediterranean at Columbia University seeks to link together all the faculty, students and numerous departments that have an interest in the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean and adjoining areas. It is simultaneously a mechanism for coordinating courses, an information source, and a means of organizing conferences and other scholarly encounters.

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