Staff in Classics
Dr Tatjana Sandon
I am native of Vicenza in Italy, and attended the University of Padova, where I earned my Bachelor (2005) and Master's Degree (2008) in Greek and Roman Archaeology.
In 2012 I moved to Scotland and started a PhD in Classics at the University of Edinburgh, under the supervision of Dr Ulrike Roth. My project focussed on the lives of Roman libertae (freedwomen), through the analysis of the epigraphic evidence. The results of my study are currently under review for a publication as a research monograph.
I was awarded with my PhD in 2017, and in September of the same year I joined Dr Roth as Research Assistant on the Leverhulme-funded project "The Child Face of Roman Slavery".
In 2019 I held additionally the position of Research Assistant on Dr Roth's project "The Roman Slave Community", funded by the University of Edinburgh.
‘Status, identification, and the Album of Herculaneum’ (with Dr. P.L. Morbidoni), in P. López Barja de Quiroga, C. Masi Doria and U. Roth (edd.), Beyond the Black Hole: Locating Junian Latins in the Roman Empire, Vol. 1 (2021).
Not without a Flaw: The Lives of Roman Freedwomen in the Light of the Epigraphic Evidence from the Latin West (100,000 words)
‘More than mistresses, less than wives: the role of Roman concubinae in light of their funerary monuments’ (with Dr L. Scalco), Papers of the British School at Rome 88 (13,000 words), forthcoming.
‘Review of: R. MacLean, Freed Slaves and Roman Imperial Culture: Social Integration and the Transformation of Values (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018), Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2019.01.27 - http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2019/2019-01-27.html .
‘Review of: S. Bell and T. Ramsby (edd.), Free at Last! The Impact of Freed Slaves on the Roman Empire (London, Bristol Classical Press, 2012)’, European Review of History/Revue europeenne d’histoire 21, 114-116.