Notes on Contributors

In: The Impact of Justice on the Roman Empire
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Notes on Contributors

Clifford Ando is Professor of Classics, History and Law at the University of Chicago and Research Fellow in the Department of Biblical and Ancient Studies, University of South Africa.

Stéphane Benoist University of Lille, is professor of Roman history and chairs the research team HALMA (UMR 8164, CNRS, Univ. Lille, MC). He has published widely on imperial power, political discourses and memory, festivals and ceremonies in the city of Rome.

Francesco Bono is Postdoctoral Fellow at the Università degli Studi di Pavia and staff member of ERC Research Project REDHIS. His main research interests lie in Roman Law, especially in imperial legislation in Late Antiquity and in Justinian’s age.

Margherita Carucci has published a number of articles on visual art, ideology, and gender studies in ancient Roman society, with particular focus on social and cultural history.

Juan Manuel Cortés-Copete is Professor of Ancient History at Pablo de Olivide University. He has published on Aelius Aristides and the Second Sophistic. He currently works on Hadrian, his letters and public constitutions.

Elsemieke Daalder is an assistant professor of legal history at Leiden University. She successfully defended her PhD thesis on the administration of justice by the Roman emperor Septimius Severus in 2018 at the same university.

Anne Gangloff University of Rennes, is Senior Lecturer of Ancient History, member of the LAHM-CReAAH, UMR 6566, and of the Institut universitaire de France. Her research focuses on imperial hellenism and Roman political thought and communication.

Olivier Hekster Radboud University, is professor of Ancient History and chairs the international network Impact of Empire. He has published widely on Roman imperial ideology and Roman emperorship.

Peter Herz University of Regensburg, is professor emeritus of Ancient History. His main fields of research are social and economic history of the Roman Empire, Latin epigraphy and ruler cult in antiquity.

Frédéric Hurlet Paris Nanterre University, is professor of Roman History and member of the Institut Universitaire de France. He has published widely on Augustus and government of the Roman Empire. He is leading a research project focused on Augustan aristocracy.

Elena Köstner is postdoctoral researcher at the chair of Ancient History at the University of Regensburg. Her main research project deals with interpersonal relationships mentioned in Roman last wills by using Social Network Analysis.

Pilar Pavón Universidad de Sevilla, is professor of Ancient History. She has published several articles on Roman social history and on penal policy of the imperial era.

Koenraad Verboven University of Ghent, is professor of Ancient History. He specializes in ancient social and economic history, particularly of the Roman world, and has a special interest in monetary history and numismatics, friendship and patronage based networks, guilds (collegia), (neo-)institutional analysis and complexity economics.

Matthijs Wibier is Lecturer in Ancient History at the University of Kent, Canterbury. His research interests lie in the intellectual culture of the Roman Empire, including Late Antiquity. He has published mainly on Roman legal culture and literature.