GIOVAN DO NASCIMENTO
PhD student in Social History at USP and CNPq scholarship holder. He investigates the effects of exile on the communication of Nicene clerics in Vandal Africa based on the work of Fulgentius of Ruspe. From 2021 to 2022, he was Assistant Editor. He is one of the editors of the section Books.
Archaeologist and historian of the ancient Greek world, professor at the Université de Haute-Alsace, Mulhouse (France). He is the is editor (with Sophie Montel) of La Question de l'espace au IVe siècle av. J.-C. dans les mondes grec et étrusco-italique, by Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2018.
Historian and professor of Ancient History at the University of St Andrews (Scotland). His research is focused on the late antique period, especially in Rome and Italy. He is the author of the book Urban space and aristocratic power in late antique Rome, Oxford University Press (2019).
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).
THAIS ROCHA DA SILVA
Egyptologist (Oxon), postdoctoral fellow at the University of São Paulo, Research Fellow at Harris Manchester College (University of Oxford) and an archaeologist of the Amarna Project. She studies the homes and domestic space of the ancient Egyptians during the New Kingdom (c. 1550-1069 BC).