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Saundra Schwartz’s Recently Published Book
FROM BEDROOM TO COURTROOM: LAW AND JUSTICE IN THE GREEK NOVEL
This book focuses on three major novels (Chariton’s Callirhoe, Achilles Tatius’ Leucippe and Clitophon, and Heliodorus’ Aethiopica) whose composition coincided with the extension of Roman citizenship when access to Roman courts was granted to increasing numbers of inhabitants of the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire. Through the novels’ melodramatic trial scenes, we can begin to see how the opening of Roman courtroom to Greek-speaking citizens of the Roman Empire stimulated dreams of a world in which universal justice under Rome was wed to Hellenism.
“Working the Imperial Archive: The Book of Negroes, Slavery, and the American Revolution” Friday, April... ...
How the Archives are Transforming the Writing of Hawaiian History “Waihona Palapala Kahiko: Research in... ...
Congratulations to Caroline Kikkawa, recipient of the Danny Kaleikini/Kahala Hilton Hotel Scholarship for Academic Year... ...