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Clifford C. Ando F'04, F'00

Clifford C. Ando

David B. and Clara E. Stern Professor
Classics
University of Chicago
last updated: 09/18/18

Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowships for Recently Tenured Scholars 2004
Associate Professor
Classics
University of Southern California
Administration and acculturation in the Roman Empire

Subjects of the Roman empire experienced Roman rule most directly as a set of practices for organizing and dividing the land and situating them upon it. I plan to reconstruct and analyze the principles and practices by which the Romans ordered their empire, at the level of administration, geography, demography and law. Part one, on practice, proceeds from the drawing of boundaries, to the governance of cities and villages and their economic relations, and concludes with the movement and settlement of peoples, urban, rural and semi-nomadic. Part two, about administration, inquires first into the resources available to Roman officials for negotiating cultural difference and governing populations of mixed legal status, and then into the changing ambitions of Roman government between the period of conquest and the high empire.

ACLS Fellowship Program 2000
Assistant Professor
University of Southern California
Liturgy and theology in Roman religion


This author is represented in the ACLS Humanities E-Book collection.

Publications

Religion and Law in Classical and Christian Rome.
Religion and Law in Classical and Christian Rome. Franz Steiner Verlag, 2006.

Imperial Ideology and Provincial Loyalty in the Roman Empire.
Imperial Ideology and Provincial Loyalty in the Roman Empire. University of California Press, 2000.