Roberta L. Stewart

Professor of Classical Studies

646-2911
311 Reed Hall
Department(s): 
Classics
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Education: 
B.A. University of Michigan
American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Ph.D. Duke University

Selected Publications

“Ancient Narratives and Modern War Stories: Reading Homer with Combat Veterans,” Amphora 12.1 (2015) 1-3, 20-21.

“The Slave as Roman Outsider,” in D. Hammer, ed. Blackwell Companion to Ancient and Modern Democracies and Republics: A Comparative Approach (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014) 405-428. 

Plautus and Roman Slavery (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012). Reviews: BMCR 2012.11.50

(W. Owen); Choice 50 (2012) 545 (D. Lateiner); Greece and Rome 60 (2013) 320-322 (R. Langlands); Classical Review (2014) 1-3 (S. H. Blake).

TLL  10.1 (2010) s.v. pontifex 2672-80.

“Who’s Tricked? Models of Slave Behavior in Plautus’ Pseudolus ,” (2006).

Public Office in Early Rome: Ritual Procedure and Political Practice , (1998).

“Publicity and the Lot: the Politics of the Sortition at Rome,” in The Shapes of City Life in Rome and Pompeii: Essays in Honor of Lawrence Richardson, Jr., on the Occasion of His Retirement , M T Boatwright and H Evans (eds.), (1998) 9-26.

“The Jug and Lituus on Roman Republican Coin Types: Ritual Symbols and Political Power,” Phoenix , 51 (1997) 170-189.

“Catiline and the Crisis of 63-60 B.C.: The Italian Perspective,” Latomus 54 (1995) 62-78.

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