Professor of Ancient History at the University of São Paulo, he is the author of Potestas Populi, by Brepols (2012). He studies popular experiences and actions in Late Antiquity, in addition to rumors and gossip in Ancient Rome.
Master in Social History from the University of São Paulo. He studies the aristocratic houses of Ostia in Late Antiquity from the point of view of both the aristocratic proprietors and the subaltern groups.
Undergraduate student in History at the University of São Paulo and FAPESP Fellow. She studies the transformations of the forums of Lepcis Magna (North Africa) in Late Antiquity. She is the editor of the Interviews section.
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PhD student in Social History from the University of São Paulo and FAPESP scholarship holder. She prepares her thesis on "Assyrian Women and Trade Networks of the 20th and 19th centuries BCE". She is part of the USP Ancient Near East Laboratory.
Professor of Ancient History at Universidad Pablo de Olavide (Spain). She studies the political culture and the social and economic history of Ancient Rome. She is the author of the book Public Opinion and Politics in the Late Roman Republic, Cambridge University Press (2017).
Professor of Roman History at Aix-Marseille Université (France). He has published several works on the social and economic history of ancient Rome, Roman epigraphy, and popular culture. He is the author of the book La plèbe de Rome et sa culture, by École Française de Rome (2014).
Researcher at the Institute of Classical Studies, Univ. of London. She prepares the publication of her thesis on the veneration of gods and heroes on the Cycladic islands in the archaic and classical periods and investigates the cultic practices of shepherds, travelers and other outsiders to the polis.
Professor of Ancient History at the University of Santa Catarina. He studies the role of foreigners and slaves in Athenian democracy, and the Hellenistic cities in the perspective of Global History. He is the author of A Democracia Ateniense pelo Avesso, published by Edusp (2014).
FÁBIO AUGUSTO MORALES
Professor of Ancient History at the University of Ouro Preto. He studies the social and economic history of Rome, focusing on the theme of slavery. He is the author of Libertate opus est: escravidão, manumissão e cidadania à época de Nero, published by Editora Progressiva (2010), among other books.
FÁBIO DUARTE JOLY
PhD student in Cultural History at the University of Campinas. He studies the slavery and society in Imperial Rome and its provinces through the inscriptions. He is the author, with Pedro Paulo Funari, of the book Roma Antiga: Historias que você sempre quis saber, by Fonte editorial (2019).
Doctorate student in Social History at the University of São Paulo and a fellow from CNPq. He investigates the effects of exile on the communication of Nicene clerics in Vandal Africa (439-533 AD).
Professor of Roman History at the Université Paris Diderot - Université de Paris and Vice-President of the Société Française d'Histoire Urbaine. He studies ancient urban history, especially the city of Rome, on which he has published articles and book chapters.
Undergraduate in History at the University of São Paulo, she studies aspects of religious practices of Celtic origins in the Roman Empire. She prepares MA's project on curse tablets as a popular practice.
JULIANA MARQUES MORAIS
She has a PhD in Social History from the University of São Paulo. She studies the processes of demonisation of religious adversaries in Roman Africa from the fourth to the fifth century AD.
Senior Lecturer in Roman History at the University of Edinburgh (Scotland). She studies the cultural history of the Roman world and, in particular, its popular culture. She is the editor and co-author of Popular Culture in the Ancient World, by Cambridge University Press (2017).
PhD student in Social History from the University of São Paulo. He studies the relations between Roman populations and barbarians in 4th- and 5th c. Gaul. He is the translator of Amiano Marcelino, Histórias, livro 31 e Anônimo Valesiano, published by Editora CRV (2016).
PEDRO PAULO FUNARI
Historian and archaeologist, he is Professor of Ancient History at Unicamp. He is the author and co-author of more than 100 books, among them Popular Culture in Classical Antiquity (Contexto, 1989) and Historical Archeology: Back from the Edge (Routledge, 1999).
PhD student in Social History from the University of São Paulo and FAPESP scholarship holder. He studies the transformations in the topography of cities and the sensory fields of North Africa between the fourth and seventh centuries AD.
RENATA SENNA GARRAFFONI
Professor of Ancient History at the Federal University of Paraná. She is interested in the Roman Empire and has studied the lives of the common people, the graffiti of Pompeii and the gladiatorial fights. She is the author of Gladiadores na Roma Antiga, by Annablume (2005).