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Peasant Agriculture and the Roman Economy

Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 4:30pm

Goldwin Smith Hall, 122
232 East Ave, Central Campus

Kim Bowes is an associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania and an archaeologist, specializing in the archaeology of late antique religions, domestic architecture, and Roman economics. She received her doctorate from Princeton University, held a post-doctoral fellowship at Yale University and assistant professorships at Fordham University and Cornell University. Author of four books and numerous articles, she has just completed major field project on Roman poverty in Tuscany, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Kim was the 22nd director of the American Academy in Rome.

Image: Studio InkLink, Florence.

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