Recent Works & Projects

William A. Johnson and Holt N. Parker (editors)

In the volume, selected leading scholars rethink from the ground up how students of classical antiquity might best approach the question of...

Maurizio Forte

M. Forte, S.R.L. Campana (Eds.) Digital Methods and Remote Sensing in Archaeology Archaeology in the Age of Sensing Series: Quantitative Methods...

José M. González (editor)

Not a few of the more prominent and persistent controversies among classical scholars about approaches and methods arise from a failure to...

José M. González

In this book González, assistant professor of classical studies, studies Homeric performance from archaic to Roman imperial times. He argues that...

William A. Johnson
The Essential Herodotus

Translation, Introduction, and Annotations by William A. Johnson

Brings together, for the first time, the essential...
Mary T. Boatwright, Michael Maas, and Corb Smith (editors)

As both author and editor, Boatwright, chair of the Department of Classical Studies and a professor of ancient history, recounts the development...

Mary T. Boatwright, Daniel J. Gargola, Noel Lenski, and Richard J.A. Talbert

How did a single village community in the Italian peninsula eventually become one of the most powerful imperial powers the world has ever known?...

Micaela W. Janan

Ovid's extraordinary story of Thebes' founding and bloody unraveling spans two books of his epic poem, the Metamorphoses. His bizarre ...

William A. Johnson

Lying now under the sand 300km south of the coastal metropolis of Alexandria, the town of Oxyrhynchus rose to prominence under Egypt's Hellenistic...

William A. Johnson

Johnson, professor of classical studies, examines the system and culture of reading among the elite in second-century Rome. The investigation...

Mary T. Boatwright

The Classical Studies professor explores Roman tolerance of difference and community as the Romans expanded and consolidated their power and...

Jed W. Atkins

A prolific philosopher who also held Rome's highest political office, Cicero was uniquely qualified to write on political philosophy. In this book...

N. Gregson G. Davis (editor)

The book features a collection of commissioned interpretive essays by leading scholars in the field of Latin literature covering the entire...

Donald Haggis and Carla Antonaccio (editors)

Archaeology professor Antonaccio and her co-editor compile a series of case studies derived from archaeological excavation in Greek cultural...