Elizabeth Robinson, Ph.D. ’13, has recently published her edited volume with the Journal of Roman Archaeology.
The volume is the collaborative effort of scholars who gathered for the 2009 Roman Archaeology Conference at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and six additional invited authors. Through a variety of approaches, the essays focus on the study of urbanism in the Italian peninsula of the first millennium BC. The collection goes beyond the city of Rome, shedding new light on the social development of previously overlooked urban areas.
Read a preview of Robinson’s volume at the journal’s website.