Review of Emily Hemelrijk, Hidden Lives, Public Personae, Women and Civic Life in the Roman West

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2017-01-01
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Meyers, Rachel
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World Languages and Cultures
The Department of World Languages and Cultures seeks to provide an understanding of other cultures through their languages, providing both linguistic proficiency and cultural literacy. Majors in French, German, and Spanish are offered, and other coursework is offered in Arabic, Chinese, Classical Greek, Latin, Portuguese, and Russian
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This book is the culmination of E. Hemelrijk’s examinations of non-imperial women in the Roman West over fifteen years. She has regularly published articles on all the topics included here, yet she energetically revisits them here and produces fresh analysis of her corpus of approximately 1,400 inscriptions coming from Italian and provincial cities from the late Republic to the late third century.

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This book review is published as 2017 Review of Emily Hemelrijk, Hidden Lives, Public Personae, Women and Civic Life in the Roman West. in Journal of Roman Studies 107. Posted with permission.

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