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Greg Woolf

Published: October 16, 2020

Greg Woolf is Ronald J Mellor Professor of Ancient History. He has broad interests in the culture of the Roman world, especially its relation to the various power dynamics that formed the empire. His first book Becoming Roman in Gaul examined the formation and transformation of provincial cultures through archaeological evidence. Since then he has written…

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Willeke Wendrich

Published: November 7, 2018

Editorial Director of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press Editor-in-chief of the online UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology

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Calvin Normore

Published: November 7, 2018

Articles “Ex Impossibile Quodlibet Sequitur”. Vivarium. 53 (2-4), 2015 :353-371 “Externalism, Singular Thought and Nominalist Ontology” in The Demonic Temptations of Medieval Nominalism ed. Gyula Klima and Alexander W. Hall Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, vol. 9, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2011 pp. 137-147. “Cartesian Unions” Midwest Studies In Philosophy December, 2011, pp. 223-239 “Validity Now and Then.” Canadian…

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Gavin Lawrence

Published: November 7, 2018

Articles Aristotle’s Fragments, with J. Barnes, Princeton, 1984. “Akrasia and Clear-eyed Akrasia” in Nicomachean Ethics Bk.7., Revue de la Philosophie Ancienne, 1987. “Aristotle and the Ideal Life,” Philosophical Review 1993. “The Rationality of Morality” in Virtues and Reasons, edd. Hursthouse, Lawrence and Quinn OUP, 1993; “Reflection, Practice, and Ethical Scepticism”, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 1993 “Nonaggregatability,…

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Sharon Gerstel

Published: November 7, 2018

Director, UCLA Stavros Niarchos Foundation Center for the Study of Hellenic Culture Professor of Byzantine Art and Archaeology, Department of Art History George P. Kolovos Family Centennial Term Chair in Hellenic Studies Sharon E. J. Gerstel’s research focuses on the intersection of ritual and art in Byzantium. Her books include Beholding the Sacred Mysteries (1999) and Rural Lives…

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Peter Stacey

Published: November 7, 2018

Peter Stacey (Ph.D. University of Cambridge, UK) is an Associate Professor of History. He studies European intellectual history from the medieval to the early modern period, and the principal focus of his research is the development of Renaissance political thought between the thirteenth and the sixteenth centuries. As an historian of the Renaissance, he is…

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Stephanie Jamison

Published: November 7, 2018

Stephanie Jamison was originally trained as a historical and Indo-European linguist (PhD Yale 1977), but for many years she has concentrated on Indo-Iranian, especially (Vedic) Sanskrit and Middle Indo-Aryan languages and textual materials. She works not only on language and linguistics, but also literature and poetics, religion and law, mythology and ritual, and gender studies…

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Catherine Bonesho

Published: November 7, 2018

Catherine E. Bonesho is an Assistant Professor in Early Judaism in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at UCLA. Her research focuses on locating the history, languages, literature, and culture of Judaism in the Second Temple and Rabbinic periods in their imperial contexts. Specifically, she is interested in the ways ancient Jews navigated living…

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