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Doctoral Candidate in Greek & Roman History (defended)
Office Location(s): 1029 Tisch Hall
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While at Michigan, Jonathan has worked as a staff member for the UM Gabii Project (2010), toured the Bay of Naples with the Vergilian Society (2010), served on the GEO contract bargaining team (2010-11), and taught courses in Greek and Roman history, Great Books, and Latin. His research interests focus on the Roman Empire, particularly the economic, social, and cultural changes brought about by non-citizens serving in the Roman army. More broadly, Jonathan is interested in the role of institutions in shaping and maintaining collective and individual identities, and how people negotiated these identities in language, literature (especially letters), and material culture.
Dissertation Title: “The Transformation of the Roman Auxiliary Soldier in Thought and Practice, 1st c. CE to 4th c. CE”
1029 Tisch Hall435 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, MI