Tooting my own horn

I’m really pleased that the in-house journalist took our long convo and did such a great job of finding just the right framing and questions and extracts for this profile in the college magazine.

AND, if you want to hear me talk about lessons I learned from writing my book and how it ended up the way it did and where it might lead, THEN come Saturday, July 24, 1 pm

Money Talks
Writing History from the Roman Republican Coin Series
with Prof. Liv Yarrow, Graduate Center and Brooklyn College, CUNY
Saturday, July 24, 2021
1:00 pm ET
Prof. Liv Mariah Yarrow’s new book The Republic to 49 BCE: Using Coins as Sources (Cambridge University Press 2021) will be released in the United States officially on July 15.  To mark the occasion, this talk addresses some of the challenges and joys of making numismatic questions and findings accessible and compelling for students and scholars of Roman history.  She will also discuss the evolution of the book, lessons learned, and the projects it has inspired.  Special attention will be given to new and disputed type identifications and their historical significance.

Liv Mariah Yarrow is a Professor at the City University of New York , in Classics at Brooklyn College and in Classics and History at the Graduate Center.  She co-directs the Roman Republican Die Project with Dr. Lucia Carbone at the American Numismatic Society, preserving and expanding the work of Dr. Richard Schaefer.

A link will be sent to all active members on the morning of the talk. To make sure you are on the lis

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