Nicholas K. Rauh

Nicholas K. Rauh

Professor // SLC // Classics

Professor // SIS // Classical Studies

Professor // SLC

Professor // SIS

Ph.D. in Ancient History, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1986


Office Information

Office: SC 211
Office Phone: (765) 496-6079
Office Hours: Fall 2018: T/TH 12-3:30 pm, and by appointment.

Nicholas K. Rauh (Ph.D. in Ancient History, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1986), has teaching and research interests in Greek and Roman History, and Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean archaeology. He is the director of the Rough Cilicia Regional Survey Project, and is the author of The Sacred Bonds of Commerce. Religion, Economy, and Trade Society at Hellenistic Roman Delos, 166-87 BC. (J. C. Gieben, 1993). He has also published papers on Roman economic, social, and cultural history.

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