This is our second graduate feature blog post this week at Peopling the Past! Today we highlight the work of Jermaine Bryant, a PhD student at Princeton University whose research interests include trauma recorded in literature following the Triumviral wars, and comparing hip-hop with Roman elegy.
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Podcast Season 2, Episode 4 – Going with the Flow: Water Systems in North Africa with Mark Locicero
In Season 2, Episode 4 of the Peopling the Past podcast, we sit down with Dr. Mark Locicero, a research fellow at the University of British Columbia, to talk about water systems at the Roman North African site of Volubilis.