Rouman Lecture to be held October 17, 2012
The Pantheon: Why is Agrippa’s Name on Hadrian’s Building?
by Mary T. Boatwright
Professor of Ancient History and Classical Studies at Duke University
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Richards Auditorium, Murkland Hall
The University of New Hampshire, Durham
A small reception to follow.
Both the Lecture and Reception are Free and Open to the Public.
Mary T. Boatwright, Professor in the Department of Classical Studies at Duke University, is a Roman historian who has worked Roman topography since studying as an undergraduate in Rome. Her books are Hadrian and the City of Rome (1987), Hadrian and the Cities of the Roman Empire (2000), and Peoples of the Roman World (2012). She is the co-author, with D. Gargola and R.J.A. Talbert, of Roman history textbooks published by Oxford University Press: The Romans: From Village to Empire (2005; second edition, with Gargola, N. Lenski, and Talbert, 2011), and A Brief History of the Romans (2006). Other publications include research on Roman women, Latin historiography, and urbanization in the Roman world.