Randall Howarth

Randall Howarth Education

Ph.D., history, University of Illinois-Champaign, 1997
B.A., history, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, 1990

Teaching Interests

Greek, Roman, and Medieval European history.

Research Interests

Ancient historiography
Rome and Sicily from 500 to 200 BCE
Crime and punishment in the Roman Empire

Courses Taught

European History to the Renaissance
World History I
The Greeks
* Ancient Rome
* Medieval History
* Women in the Ancient World
* The Ancient Historians
* Famous Greeks and Romans
* Greece and Rome in America

Publication Highlights

“War and Warfare in Ancient Rome,” in B. Campbell and L. Tritle eds., The Oxford Handbook of Warfare in the Classical World c. 700 B.C. – A.D. 602 (Oxford, 2012): 29-45.

"The Assumption is…” in Howarth, ed., History, Hearsay, and Heresy: Essays on the Roman Republic by Richard E. Mitchell (Gorgias Press: 2010):1-12.

Editor, History, Hearsay, and Heresy: Essays on the Roman Republic by Richard E. Mitchell (Gorgias            Press: 2010).

Executive Producer (film), Pompeii: a City Uncovered (Mercyhurst Film Institute: 2010).

Editor, The Association of Ancient Historians Newsletter (September 2003-April 2009).

 The Origins of Roman Citizenship (Mellen Press: Lewiston, 2006).

"Rome, the Italians, and the Land," Historia 48.3 (1999): 282-300.