Roberta Stewart

Professor of Classical Studies, Dartmouth

Roberta Stewart is a historian of ancient Rome and broadly trained in Classics. She has written on Roman political history, Latin lexicography, and comparative world slavery. In 2009, she had the idea that there could be individual and community benefit to reading and discussing classical literatures of war with combat veterans. “From Troy to Baghdad: Dialogues on War & Homecoming” has spread from New England to Alaska.

Sessions

  • London Mithraeum: Reimagining a Roman Temple in The World’s Most Sustainable Office Building