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Research Interests for Mary T. Boatwright

Research Interests: Roman history, especially the social and political history of the empire; topography of Rome; Rome's northern frontiers; Roman women; Latin historiography

Roman history, especially the social and political history of the empire; topography of Rome; Rome's northern frontiers; Roman women; Latin historiography

empires, History, Imperialism, Latin historiography, Romans, Rome--History--Hadrian, 117-138, topography, women, Women
Current projects:
Article on representations of women and families on Roman-Pannonian tombstones
Topography of the Via Flaminia in Rome
Areas of Interest:

Ancient Mediterranean
Temperate Europe (Roman period)

Representative Publications
  1. with Boatwright, MT; Gargola, DJ; Lenski, N; Talbert, RJA, The Romans From Village to Empire: A History of Rome from Earliest Times to the End of the Western Empire (2011), pp. 624 pages, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0199730571 (2nd, expanded edition. Czech translation published 12/12.) [available here[abs]
  2. Boatwright, MT, Agrippa’s Building Inscriptions, Zeitschrift FüR Papyrologie Und Epigraphik, vol. 189 (2014), pp. 255-264 [abs]
  3. Boatwright, MT, Women and Gender in the Forum Romanum, Transactions of the American Philological Association, vol. 141 no. 1 (2011), pp. 105-141, Johns Hopkins University Press, ISSN 0360-5949 [doi[abs]
  4. Boatwright, MT, The Elogia of the Volusii Saturnini at Lucus Feroniae, and the Education of their Domestic Service, in L’écriture dans la maison romaine, edited by Corbier, M; Guilhembet, J-P (2012), pp. 99-112, de Boccard, Paris [available here]
  5. Boatwright, MT, Antonine Rome: Security in the Homeland, in The Emperor and Rome: Space, Representation and Ritual, edited by Ewald, BC; Norena, CF (2010), pp. 169-197, Cambridge University Press
  6. Boatwright, MT, Hadrian and the Cities of the Roman Empire (2000), Princeton University Press
  7. Boatwright, MT, The City Gate of Plancia Magna in Perge, in Roman Art in Context: An Anthology, edited by Ambra, ED (1993), pp. 189-207, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall
  8. Boatwright, MT, Hadrian and the City of Rome (1987), Princeton University Press
  9. Boatwright, MT, Imperial Women of the Early Second Century A.C, American Journal of Philology, vol. 112 no. 4 (1991), pp. 513-40, JSTOR, ISSN 0002-9475 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  10. Boatwright, MT, Trajan Outside Rome: Buildings and Sculptural Commissions in Italian and Provincial Cities, in Sage and Emperor, edited by Stadter, P; Stockt, LVD (2003), pp. 259-277, Leuven: Leuven University Press
  11. Boatwright, MT, Faustina the Younger, Mater Castrorum, edited by Frei-Stolba, R; Biel, A (2003), pp. 249-68
  12. Boatwright, MT, Tacitus and the Final Rites of Agrippina: Annals 14, 9, in Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History, Collection Latomus, edited by Deroux, C, vol. XIV (2008), pp. 375-93
  13. Boatwright, MT, 'Res bene gestae’: Ricerche di storia urbana su Roma antica in onore di Eva Margareta Steinby (2009) [html]
  14. Boatwright, MT, Just Window Dressing? Imperial Women as Architectural Sculpture, in I Claudia II, edited by Kleiner, DEE; Matheson, SB (2000), pp. 61-75, University of Texas Press
  15. with co-editor H. B. Evans, The Shapes of City Life in Rome and Pompeii, edited by Boatwright, MT; Evans, HB (2000), Caratzas [abs]

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