Institute at Brown for Environment and SocietyIBES

Julia Hurley

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Julia's research focuses on the archaeology of the Roman Empire, with a particular interest in ancient foodways. She works to reconstruct and analyze diet and the practices surrounding food and drink in the ancient world. The study of foodways ties into broad questions in social and economic history, and is always deeply linked to the complex relationships between human societies and their environments, on which systems of food production and exchange are inherently predicated. She is currently working on a project investigating the introduction of rabbits to Britain.

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