Professor Hendrik Dey
published a new book
Dey’s book, The Aurelian Wall and the Refashioning of Imperial Rome, A.D. 271-855, was published by Cambridge UP (2011) and his co-edited (with E. Fentress) anthology, Western Monasticism ante litteram: The spaces of monastic observance in late antiquity and the early Middle Ages, is forthcoming in 2011 from Brepols Press. His forthcoming articles include 'Spolia, Milestones and City Walls: The Politics of Imperial Legitimacy in Late-Third Century Gaul,' in S. Birk Toft and B. Poulsen (eds.), Patrons and Viewers in Late Antiquity, forthcoming from Aarhus UP in 2011 and ‘Mediterranean Tsunamis and the Port of Caesarea Maritima over the Longue Durée: A Geoarchaeological Perspective,’ appeared in Journal of Roman Archaeology 23 (2010) (with B. Goodman). He presented, "Before the Cloister: Monasteries and the 'topography of power' in late antiquity and the early Middle Ages," at the International Conference on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo) in May of 2011.