Bibliography: Social life

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Flohr, M. (2009) 'The social world of Roman fullonicae'. in Driessen, M.; Heeren, S.; Hendriks, J.; Kemmers, F.; Visser, R. (ed.) TRAC 2008. Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference. Oxford: Oxbow, 173-186.
Potts, J. (2009) 'The art of piety and profit at Pompeii: a new interpretation of the painted shop façade at IX.7.1-2'. Greece and Rome 56.1, 55-70.
Hartnett, J. (2008) 'Si quis hic sederit: Streetside Benches and Urban Society in Pompeii'. AJA 112.1, 91-120.
George, M. (2007) 'The Lives of Slaves'. in Dobbins, J.; Foss, P. (ed.) The World of Pompeii. London: Routledge, 538-549.
Faure, A. (2006) 'Local Life in Working-Class Paris at the End of the Nineteenth Century'. JUH 32.5, 761-772.
Garrioch, D.; Peel, M. (2006) 'The Social History of Urban Neighborhoods'. JUH 32.5, 663-676.
Leach, E. (2004) The social life of painting in ancient Rome and on the bay of Naples. Cambridge.
Mouritsen, H. (2001) 'Roman freedmen and the urban economy: Pompeii in the first century AD'. in Senatore, F. (ed.) Pompei tra Sorrento e Sarno: Atti del terzo e quarto ciclo di conferenze di geologia,storia e archeologia, Pompei, gennaio 1999– - maggio 2000. Roma: Bardi, 1-27.
Nevett, L. (1999) House and Society in the Ancient Greek World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Robinson, D. (1997) 'The social texture of Pompeii'. in Bon, S.; Jones, R. (ed.) Sequence and Space in Pompeii. Oxford: Oxbow, 135-144.
Van Nijf, O.M. (1997) The Civic World of Professional Associations in the Roman East. Amsterdam.
Appadurai, A. (1986) The social life of things : commodities in cultural perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Castrén, P. (1975) Ordo Populusque Pompeianus. Rome.
D'Arms, J. (1974) 'Puteoli in the Second Century of the Roman Empire: A Social and Economic Study'. JRS 64, 104-124.
Tanzer, H. (1939) The Common People of Pompeii - A study of the Graffiti. Baltimore.
Sievers, H. (1938) Beiträge zur Wirtschaftsgeschichte Pompejis.