Participant Info

First Name
Coré
Last Name
Ferrer-Alcantud
Affiliation
Universitat Jaume I (Spain)
Website URL
http://uji.academia.edu/CoreFerrerAlcantud
Keywords
Ancient History, Ancient Mediterranean, Ancient Greece, Greek Philosophy, Ancient Rome, Ancient Politics, Roman Politics, Roman Literature, Roman Republic, Early Principate, Women in the Ancient World, Greek Women, Roman Women, Gender, Women's Studies, Identity, Ethnicity, Migration, Classical Reception, Cultural History
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Personal Info

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About Me
  • Universitat Jaume I, Spain — PhD, 2017
    PhD Ancient History and Gender

    • Thesis: “Women and Politics in Ancient Rome: Power, Identity, Roles, and Influence During the Res Publica”
    • Universität Osnabrück, Germany — Visiting PhD Student, 2016
    • University of Michigan, US — Visiting PhD Student, 2015
  • Universidad Complutense, Spain — MA, 2012
    MA History and Ancient Sciences

    • Thesis: “Women’s Religious Associationism and Political Power in the Roman Republic”
  • Universitat de València, Spain — BA, 2011
    BA History

    • Universität Potsdam, Germany — BA (ERASMUS grant), 2011
    • Universidad Complutense, Spain — BA (SENECA grant), 2010
Recent Publications

FERRER-ALCANTUD, Coré (2021): “Aproximación a la economía romana: pensamiento griego y prostitución” (Roman Economy: Ancient Greek Philosophy and Prostitution), Potestas, 12, pp. 5-23. ISSN 2340-499X

FERRER-ALCANTUD, Coré (2018): “A Performative Approach to Women and Power During the Roman Republic”, Potestas, 12, pp. 5-23. ISSN 2340-499X

FERRER-ALCANTUD, Coré (2017): “Mary Beard y los Dioses Propicios” (Mary Beard and the Gods’ Good Omen), Asparkia, 30, pp. 151-159. ISSN 1132-8231

FERRER-ALCANTUD, Coré (2014): “La mujer romana y el ejercicio del poder a través del control de las finanzas. El caso de Terencia, esposa de Cicerón” (Roman Women and Power Through Finance Administration: Cicero’s Wife Teretia’s Case), Potestas, 7, pp. 5-25. ISSN 18889867

Media Coverage
Country Focus
Ancient Mediterranean
Expertise by Geography
Africa, Eastern Europe, England, France, Germany, Middle East, Spain, United Kingdom, Western Europe
Expertise by Chronology
Ancient
Expertise by Topic
Art & Architectural History, Colonialism, Diplomacy, Family, Gender, Higher Ed, Indigenous Peoples, Law, Literary History, Local & Regional, Material Culture, Migration & Immigration, Museums, Pedagogy, Politics, Public History, Race, Rebellion & Revolution, Sexuality, Sexual Violence, Slavery, Urban History, Women