- Notes on Contributors
Laura Jansen is Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics at Stanford University. Besides the completion of a monograph on Ovidian elegy entitled Liminal Meditations in Roman Poetry, she is the editor of Paratextuality and the Reader in Roman Literature and Culture (forthcoming from Cambridge University Press) and the author of articles on paratextual approaches to Lucretius and Ovid. Her current research interests range from Roman cultures of reading, writing, and editing to the reception of classical texts in Argentine literature.
Deborah Kamen is Assistant Professor of Classics at the University of Washington, Seattle. She has published a number of articles on slavery in both the Greek and Roman worlds. Her research focuses on Greek cultural and social history, as well as gender and sexuality in antiquity. Currently she is completing a book entitled Status in Classical Athens (forthcoming from Princeton University Press).
Mairéad McAuley is Junior Research Fellow in Classics at King’s College, Cambridge, and Research Associate at the University of Johannesburg. Her research interests include feminist literary theory and imperial Roman literature, especially epic and tragedy. Her book, Reproducing Rome: Representations of Motherhood in Virgil, Ovid, Seneca and Statius, will be published in 2013 by Oxford University Press as part of the series, Oxford Studies in Classical Literature and Gender Theory.
Mary R. McHugh is Associate Professor of Classics at Gustavus Adolphus College. She has a number of articles on Tacitus and imperial women published and forthcoming. Her current research interests include the relationships of women with the soldiers of the Roman army, street food in antiquity, and the work of the first-century C.E. inventor, Hero of Alexandria. [End Page 97]