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Roman Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches
As did their cultures in antiquity, Greek Studies and Roman Studies will complement each other. Roman Studies will focus on subjects related to the Roman world, examined from a multitude of angles. As the chronological, the territorial, and the cultural expanse of the field demand interdisciplinarity, this series encourages the implementation of newer disciplines and methodologies, such as anthropology, linguistics, sociology, and literary theory, alongside the established methodologies of archaeology and philology. The series editors for Roman Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches encourage new and alternative approaches, especially from younger scholars whose work bridges more than one discipline and encourages us to think beyond established patterns and models of explanation.

Editor(s): Sarolta A. Takács (stakacs@rci.rutgers.edu)
Advisory Board: Francesca Behr, Paul Blaney, Miriam Carlisle, Mary Ebbot, Lee Fratantuono, Casey Dué Hackney, Prudence Jones, Ellen Perry, and Werner Riess
Staff editorial contact: Jana Hodges-Kluck (jhodges-kluck@rowman.com)
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