Stephanus H. Rutledge

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Stephanus H. Rutledge (natus anno 1963) est auctor, orator, et professor rerum classicarum. Iam docet apud Universitatem Marylandensem.

Versatus est in multis studiis, at praecipue eius sapientia est in Tacitum, historiagraphiam, et rhetoricam.

Educatio[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Trajan and Tacitus' Audience: Reader Reception of Annales 1-2, Ramus 27: 1998, 141-159
  • Delatores and the Tradition of Violence in Roman Oratory, American Journal of Philology 120: 1999, 555-73
  • Plato, Tacitus, and the Dialogus de oratoribus, Latomus 254: 2000, 345-57
  • Tacitus in Tartan: Textual Colonization and Expansionist Discourse in Tacitus' Agricola, Helios 27: 2000, 75-95
  • Imperial Inquisitions: Informants and Prosecutors from Tiberius to Domitian (Routledge 2001)

Orationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Superstar or Sinner? The Trial of Jesus in its Roman Context (Juniata College, Annual Calvert N. Ellis Memorial Lecture, 9 Octobris, 2000)
  • Defining the Delator: Problems in Our Sources and Methodologies APA, 1999)
  • Some Ambiguities in Tacitus' Presentation of Delatores CAMWS, 1998)
  • Visigoths in Tweed Togae: Tacitus' Dialogus de oratoribus and the Culture Wars (CANE/CAAS 1998)
  • Rhetoric, Empire, and Social Identity in Tacitus' Dialogus (APA, 1996)
  • "Megalomania and Mega-Buildings: Tacitus and Trajanic Building Programs (CAAS, 1996)
  • The Ancient City (Smithsonian1998)
  • Rome: A Virtual Reality Tour (Smithsonian, partes 6, 2000)
  • The Unraveling of a Civilization: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (Smithsonian, partes 8, 2001).

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