Dr. Inger N.I. Kuin
Inger N.I. Kuin received a PhD from New York University. She currently works at Groningen University in the Ancient History Department, studying memory, political change, and crisis recovery in the Roman East during the first century BC for the After the Crisis research project, which is part of the OIKOS Anchoring Innovation research agenda. Dr. Kuin has published on religion and humor in antiquity, on race and ethnicity in Lucian of Samosata, on Latin epigraphy, and on Roman Athens
Books by Inger N.I. Kuin
Strategies of Remembering in Greece Under Rome (100 BC - 100 AD)
Edited by Tamara M. Dijkstra, Inger N.I. Kuin, Muriel Moser & David Weidgenannt | Forthcoming
At the beginning of the first century BC Athens was an independent city bound to Rome through a friendship alliance. By the end of the first century AD the city had been incorporated into the Roman province of Achaea. Along...