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Urban Poverty, Charity, and Conversion in Late Antique Asia Minor

Center for Ethics and Public Affairs Public Lecture

Campbell Grey, University of Pennsylvania



Lavin Bernick Center
Race Room


Reception to Follow

About the Speaker

Campbell Grey holds a Ph.D. in Classics from St John’s College, Cambridge, an M. Phil. in Ancient History from the University of Sydney and a B. A. in Ancient History and Archaeology from the University of Auckland. An Assistant Professor in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Grey’s primary research focus is late antique Roman social, legal, and economic history with an emphasis on non-elite and marginal populations. His work has appeared in Classical Quarterly, the Journal of Interdisciplinary History, the Journal of Roman Archeology, the Journal of Roman Studies and the seminal volume, Poverty in the Roman World, edited by Margaret Atkins and Robin Osborne. In addition, he has been awarded research fellowships by the Loeb Classical Library Foundation and the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies.

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