Dr. Nathalie de Haan
Nathalie de Haan is senior lecturer in Ancient History at Radboud University (Nijmegen, The Netherlands). She published on Roman baths and bathing culture, domestic architecture, archaeology in Fascist Italy, and contributed with various publications to the field of Reception Studies, such as the recent volume Framing Classical Reception Studies, Leiden 2020, co-edited with Maarten De Pourcq and David Rijser. She is the author of Römische Privatbäder. Entwicklung, Verbreitung, Struktur und sozialer Status, Frankfurt am Main 2010. With Kurt Wallat she conducted research and excavations in the Central Baths of Pompeii (monograph forthcoming). Her current research interests include the multifaceted role of archaeology, heritage and the Classics in Italy in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Books by Nathalie de Haan
God on Earth: Emperor Domitian
The re-invention of Rome at the end of the 1st century AD
Edited by Aurora Raimondi Cominesi, Nathalie de Haan, Eric M. Moormann & Claire Stocks | Forthcoming
In life, the emperor Domitian (81-96 CE) marketed himself as a god; after his assassination he was condemned to be forgotten. Nonetheless he oversaw a literary, cultural, and monumental revival on a scale not witnessed…