Mary Beard - Selected Publications#


Seven books (out of a total of 14), of which three have appeared in the last three years:

S.P.Q.R. A History of Ancient Rome (New York and London, 2015)

Laughter in Ancient Rome: On Joking, Tickling, and Cracking Up (Sather Classical Lectures 71) (Oakland, California, 2014)

Confronting the Classics: traditions, adventures, and innovations (New York and London, 2013)

Pompeii: the life of a Roman Town (London and Cambridge, MA., 2008)

The Roman Triumph (Cambridge, Ma., 2007)

The Parthenon (London and Cambridge, Ma., 2002)

The Invention of Jane Harrison (Cambridge, Ma., 2000)

Three research papers, out of a very long list (see: http://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/directory/mary-beard)

“While Ridgeway lives research can ne’er be dull”, in C. Stray (ed.), The Owl of Minerva: Cambridge Praelections 1906 (Cambridge, 2004)

"Ciceronian Correspondences: making a Book out of Letters", in T. P. Wiseman (ed.), Classics in Progress, (London, 2002), 103-144

"Looking (harder) for Roman myth: Dumézil, declamation and the problems of definition" in F. Graf (ed.), Mythos in mythenloser Gesellschaft: das Paradeigma Roms (Coll. Rauricum III, Stuttgart, 1993), 44-64

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