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Dan-El Padilla Peralta “Classicism and Other Phobias: Antiquity’s Emancipation”

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Dan-el Padilla Peralta is Associate Professor of Classics at Princeton, where he is also associated with the Department of African American Studies and is affiliated with the Programs in Latino Studies and Latin American Studies and the University Center for Human Values. A Dominican by birth and New Yorker by upbringing, he holds degrees from Princeton (class of 2006; Latin Salutatorian and recipient of the Daniel M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship), Oxford, and Stanford. He is the author of Undocumented: A Dominican Boy’s Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League (Penguin 2015) and Divine Institutions: Religions and Community in the Middle Roman Republic (PUP 2020); and he has co-edited Rome, Empire of Plunder: The Dynamics of Cultural Appropriation (CUP 2017). His research interests revolve around Roman history, Latin literature, histories of slavery and citizenship, the ancient Mediterranean in the modern Caribbean, critical race theory, and Black Studies.

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Dan-el Padilla Peralta is Associate Professor of Classics at Princeton, where he is also associated with the Department of African American Studies and is affiliated with the Programs in Latino Studies and Latin American Studies and the University Center for Human Values. A Dominican by birth and New Yorker by upbringing, he holds degrees from Princeton (class of 2006; Latin Salutatorian and recipient of the Daniel M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship), Oxford, and Stanford. He is the author of Undocumented: A Dominican Boy’s Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League (Penguin 2015) and Divine Institutions: Religions and Community in the Middle Roman Republic (PUP 2020); and he has co-edited Rome, Empire of Plunder: The Dynamics of Cultural Appropriation (CUP 2017). His research interests revolve around Roman history, Latin literature, histories of slavery and citizenship, the ancient Mediterranean in the modern Caribbean, critical race theory, and Black Studies.

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Dan-El Padilla Peralta “Classicism and Other Phobias: Antiquity’s Emancipation”

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