The Rhetoric of Being Roman: Fourth-Century Politics and the End of Empire
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Fellowship Work Summary, 2009–10
spent the year working on his book The Rhetoric of Being Roman and revising Mosaics of Time: The Origins and Development of the Latin Chronicle Tradition from the First Century BC to the Sixth Century AD, vol. 1 (Brepols, forthcoming 2011), which he coauthored. He revised "The Western Kingdoms" for The Oxford Handbook of Late Antiquity (2010) and wrote "Regional Dynasties and Imperial Court" for Contested Monarchies (forthcoming 2012). In addition, he wrote "Post-Roman, Post-Colonial? Postcolonialism, Diaspora Theory and the Historiography of Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages."