07. IMPERIAL (AUTO)BIOGRAPHIES. NARRATING IDENTITY IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE
Fábio Faversani (University of Ouro Preto, Brazil) [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Ália Rodrigues (Centre of Classical and Humanistic Studies - University of Coimbra) [email@example.com]
Fábio Faversani teaches Ancient History at the Federal University of Ouro Preto (Brazil). He has worked on different aspects of Early Imperial political history, especially the relationship between the imperial court, the senatorial aristocracy and literature. His current research deals with corruption in ancient Rome. He had research leaves at Oxford (2003; 2012-2013) and, more recently, at St. Andrews (2018-2019).
Ália Rodrigues is a Research Associate of the Project BioRom and member of the Centre for Classical and Humanistic Studies (CECH, University of Coimbra). Her research background and academic studies (MA and PhD) are focused on the intellectual history of political ideas as well as on reception studies. She was Academic Visitor at the Faculty of Classics (Oxford, 2011-2013, 14 months), Cátedra UNESCO Archai (University of Brasília, 2015-2016), and the ICS (London, 2017-2019).