Katharine Huemoeller

Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Ancient law (in theory and in practice)
Documentary texts
gender and sexuality
Non-urban life in antiquity
Roman social history
Slavery (ancient and comparative)

Relevant Thesis-Based Degree Programs


Graduate Student Supervision

Master's Student Supervision

Theses completed in 2010 or later are listed below. Please note that there is a 6-12 month delay to add the latest theses.

Unmasking Bacchus: an examination of gender constructions in in the participants of Bacchic rites (2021)

No abstract available.

Virginity as metaphor: reconciling tradition and imperium in Achilles Tatius (2020)

No abstract available.


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