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German Masculinity, Nationalism, and Pompeii: Eduard von Mayer's Pompeji in seiner Kunst (1904)

Sarah Levin-Richardson
Cross-Disciplinary Lectures in German Studies
Friday, October 14, 2016 - 3:30pm
Denny Hall 359

Sarah Levin-Richardson (PhD, Stanford University) is an Assistant Professor of Classics at the University of Washington. She has published articles on gender and sexuality in Pompeii and Roman culture more broadly, as well as on modern receptions of Pompeii. She has excavated at Pompeii, in the Roman Forum, and on Crete, and is currently working on a monograph exploring the physical, social, and emotional environment within Pompeii's brothel.

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