I hold an appointment as an Assistant Professor in the University of Rochester's .
I teach introductory and upper level Classical Civilization classes on a number of different aspects of ancient Greek and Roman history, as well as the occasional upper level Greek and Latin language class.
To date, my own research has focused heavily on the economic and social history of the Roman world, and in particular on the economic strategies of urban artisans in the Roman Empire during the late Republican and early Imperial periods (133 BCE–235 CE). My recent book, Roman Artisans and the Urban Economy (Cambridge University Press, 2016), draws inspiration both from contemporary economic theory and from studies of urban economies in early modern Europe in order to provide new interpretations of the ancient evidence for key aspects of Roman economic life.
CURRENT CLASSES (SPRING 2022)
Slavery in Classical Antiquity (Clst 222 / Hist 291)
Alexander the Great (Clst 226 / Hist 199)
UPCOMING CLASSES (SPRING 2022)
History of the Ancient Greek World (Clst 120 / Hist 120)
Economy and Society in Classical Antiquity (Clst 221 / Hist 283)
See my page for course descriptions.