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Join us at 10 am - 11:30 am (ET) on May 29th for a discussion of how to use the geospatial data housed in Pleiades.Stoa.org to enrich your classroom. We will explore the site itself, but will also illustrate how one might make maps, run classroom exercises (e.g. Mapping the campaigns of Alexander! Following Spartacus!), and allow students to contribute their own research to the site. At the conclusion of the workshop, we hope to open it up to questions and get some feedback on how you use Pleiades to teach the ancient world. 
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Join us at 10 am - 11:30 am (ET) on May 29th for a discussion of how to use the geospatial data housed in Pleiades.Stoa.org to enrich your classroom. We will explore the site itself, but will also illustrate how one might make maps, run classroom exercises (e.g. Mapping the campaigns of Alexander! Following Spartacus!), and allow students to contribute their own research to the site. At the conclusion of the workshop, we hope to open it up to questions and get some feedback on how you use Pleiades to teach the ancient world. 
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Join us at 10 am - 11:30 am (ET) on May 29th for a discussion of how to use the geospatial data housed in Pleiades.Stoa.org to enrich your classroom. We will explore the site itself, but will also illustrate how one might make maps, run classroom exercises (e.g. Mapping the campaigns of Alexander! Following Spartacus!), and allow students to contribute their own research to the site. At the conclusion of the workshop, we hope to open it up to questions and get some feedback on how you use Pleiades to teach the ancient world. 
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Sarah E. Bond. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Assistant Professor of Classics
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    Assistant Professor of Classics, present
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I am an ancient historian and classicist. I focus on the use of material culture--predominantly inscriptions, papyri, and archaeological remains--in order to investigate persons deemed disreputable by Roman law. These people include criers, funeral/theatrical directors, and those employed within the funeral trade. I am further interested in the formation and crystallization of notions of disrepute, and the use of law to marginalize these occupations. Currently, I am investigating the ways in which Late Antique rulers used the legal status of infamia so as to marginalize and disable religious sects such as the Manichaeans. The social and legal transformation of the Roman world in Late Antiquity, and the ways in which seemingly minor persons were affected by these shifts, are crucial aspects of my research that continue to fascinate me.
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