Duncan MacRae

Job title: 
Associate Professor of Classics
Ancient Greek and Roman Studies
Research interests: 

Roman cultural and social history, from late Republic to late antiquity; religious history of Roman world; early Christianity; Second Temple Judaism; Latin epigraphy.

Affiliated Faculty: 

Recent Publications

  • Duncan MacRae, "Mercury and Materialism: Images of Mercury and the Tabernae of Pompeii," in J. Miller and J. S. Clay (eds.), Tracking Hermes, Pursuing Mercury (2019), 193-208.
  • Duncan MacRae, "Simon the God: Imagining the Other in Second-Century Christianity," in J. Tolan (ed.), Geneses: A Comparative Study of the Historiographies of the Rise of Christianity, Rabbinic Judaism, and Islam (2019), 64-86.