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Interdepartmental Program in Ancient History

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In the Dungeons of the Louvre: Material Research on a Magical Papyrus Roll

Presented by Sofía Torallas Tovar, Jordan Johansen, and Sophia Alkhoury (University of Chicago) Friday, Nov. 10 | 12:00 PM | Papyrology Reading Room (Room 807, Hatcher Library)

Review of "Greek cities and Roman governors: placing power in imperial Asia Minor"

Review by Rubén Olmo-López, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela in the Bryn Mawr Classical Review, July 15th 2022.

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The Interdepartmental Program in Ancient History (IPAH) is a doctoral program jointly sponsored by the Departments of History and Classical Studies. Our core faculty of 9 professors and 17 affiliated faculty members cover almost every facet of the ancient Mediterranean world. We offer exceptional depth in social, political, and cultural history broadly defined, especially the study of religion; science, technology, and medicine; environmental history; intellectual history; gender studies; and papyrology.