Assistant Professor, History
- “Cabbage-urine and Breastmilk: Embodied Remedies and Mastery in the Ancient Roman World” at the Symposium for Gender & History: Health, Healing and Care, Vancouver, Canada, May 2020.
- “Kitchens, Dining Rooms, and Latrines: Daily Routines in a Roman House.” Pompeii Day: Presented by the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture and Archaeological Institute of America (Spokane). Spokane, WA, April 2020 (cancelled due to Co-vid).
- “Skeletons and Dining Couches: Eating and Dying in the Roman World.” History Lecture Series, University of Washington. Seattle, WA, January 2020.
Geographical Regions of Interest
- F. Mira Green (2021). “Butcher Blocks, Vegetable Stands, and Home-Cooked Food: Resisting Gender and Class Constructions in the Roman World” in Material Girls: Arethusa 53.2. Johns Hopkins University Press. 115-32.
- Mira Green (2016). “Cooking Class” . Public and Private in the Roman House and Society, Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplemental Series 102, ed. Kaius Tuori and Laura Nissin (Portsmith, RI: 2015).
- Mira Green (2015). “Witnesses and Participants in the Shadows: The Sexual Lives of Enslaved Women and Boys in Ancient Rome” . Helios 42.1 (Spring 2015): 143-62.