This collection represents a sample of faculty work from the Department of Classics. The faculty of the Department of Classics has an extensive knowledge encompassing the languages, literature, philosophy, and history of the Mediterranean from the second millennium BC to the fifth century AD. Faculty study Modern Western languages, literature, philosophy, and history to find within them the deep grain of a classical past, which is at once surprisingly familiar and intriguingly alien.

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Submissions from 2013

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A Review Of “the Oxford Handbook Of Social Relations In The Roman World”, William D. Barry

The Art Of Caesar's 'bellum Civile': Literature, Ideology, And Community, Aislinn A. Melchior

Submissions from 2012

Epic And History, Aislinn A. Melchior

Polytheistic Rome, Eric Orlin

Submissions from 2011

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Alexandria Lost: From The Advent Of Christianity To The Arab Conquest, William D. Barry

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Bojana Mojsov, Alexandria Lost: From The Advent Of Christianity To The Arab Conquest (london: Gerald Duckworth & Co. Ltd., 2010), 155 Pp, William D. Barry

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The Wars of the Romans: A Critical Edition and Translation of De Armis Romanis, Alberico Gentili, David A. Lupher, Benedict Kingsbury, and Benjamin Straumann

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Yankee She-Men and Octoroon Electra: Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve on Slavery, Race, and Abolition, David Lupher and Elizabeth Vandiver

Caesar in Vietnam: Did soldiers in pre-modern wars suffer PTSD?, Aislinn Melchior

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Caesar In Vietnam: Did Roman Soldiers Suffer From Post-traumatic Stress Disorder?, Aislinn A. Melchior

Paedagogus, Aislinn A. Melchior

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The ABC Technique for Reinforcing Declensional Endings, Aislinn A. Melchior

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Augustan Religion: From Locative to Utopian, Eric Orlin

Submissions from 2010

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The De armis Romanis and the Exemplum of Roman Imperialism, David Lupher

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Chapter 17: Citizen as Enemy in Sallust's Bellum Catilinae, Aislinn Melchior

'Metabiographical' Slave Names in Plutarch's Roman Lives, at the Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest, Aislinn Melchior

Augustan Reconstruction and Roman Memory, Eric Orlin

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Foreign Cults in Rome: Creating a Roman Empire, Eric Orlin

Submissions from 2009

Strange Battle Narratives in Caesar's Bellum Civile, Aislinn Melchior

Violence and Closure in Bellum Gallicum I, Aislinn Melchior

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What Would Pompey Do? Exempla and Pompeian Failure in the Bellum Africum, Aislinn Melchior

A Companion To Roman Rhetoric, Aislinn A. Melchior

Augustan Religion: from Locative to Utopia, Eric Orlin

Divine Qualities: Cult And Community In Republican Rome, Eric M. Orlin

Submissions from 2008

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Exposure, Mutilation, and Riot: Violence at the Scalae Gemoniae in Early Imperial Rome, William Barry

Citizen as Enemy in Sallust's Bellum Catilinae, Aislinn Melchior

Exemplarity in the Bellum Africum, Aislinn Melchior

The Domestication of Vir-tus, Aislinn Melchior

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Twinned Fortunes and the Publication of Cicero’s Pro Milone, Aislinn Melchior

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Caesar's Civil War, Aislinn A. Melchior

Roman Military Service: Ideologies Of Discipline In The Late Republic And Early Principate, Aislinn A. Melchior

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Twinned Fortunes And The Publication Of Cicero's Pro Milone, Aislinn A. Melchior

Octavian And Egyptian Cults: Redrawing The Boundaries Of Romanness, Eric M. Orlin

Submissions from 2007

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Augustan Religion And The Reshaping Of Roman Memory, Eric M. Orlin

Submissions from 2000

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Constitution Of The Roman Republic., Eric M. Orlin

Submissions from 1996

Roof Tiles And Urban Violence In The Ancient World, William D. Barry

Submissions from 1993

Aristocrats, Orators, And The Mob - Dio-chrysostom And The World Of The Alexandrians, William D. Barry