AIA Lecturer: Connie Rodriguez

Lectures by Connie Rodriguez

Loyola University

Connie Rodriguez

Connie Rodriquez is Associate Professor in the Department of Laguages with Loyola University, and is Program Director for the Classical Studies program  She holds her degrees from the University of Richmond (B.A.) and Johns Hopkins (M.A. and Ph.D.), and her areas of specialization are Latin and Greek literature, Roman and Greek art and archaeology, and ancient history.  She has done fieldwork at various sites on Cyprus, and her publications include “What Happened to the Monumental Program of Julius Caesar (forthcoming in a collection of papers from the University of Oklahoma Symposia on Roman Imperial Ideology), and “The Pulvinar at the Circus Maximus: worship of Augustus in Rome?” (Latomus 64, 2005).

 

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