Francesca Gino

ancesca Gino is an associate professor of business administration in the Negotiations, Organizations & Markets Unit. She is also formally affiliated with the Program on Negotiation. She teaches Negotiation in the MBA elective curriculum and in Executive Education programs at the School. She also co-teaches a PhD course on Decision Making and Ethics. Before joining the Harvard Business School faculty, Professor Gino taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-...



Grant Parker


Grant Parker joined Stanford from Duke University in 2006. He teaches mostly Latin, as well as topics linked to the exotic and geographic elements of Roman imperial culture. His book, The Making of Roman India, was published in 2008, while new projects have addressed ancient travel literature as well as Rome's Egyptian obelisks. His interest in classical reception is reflected in his 2001 book, The Agony of Asar (critical edition of a former slave's defence of slavery, written in Latin...



Jennifer Trimble

Jennifer Trimble works on the visual and material culture of the Roman Empire, with particular interests in portraits and replication, urbanism and the city of Rome, and ancient mapping.  Her monograph Replicating Women in the Roman Empire is in press with Cambridge University Press (2011); it investigates the role of visual replication and sameness in constructing public identity and in articulating cultural tensions between empire and place.  Trimble is also co-director of the IRC-...



Southern Europe

Syndicate content
  • Recommend Us