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About Matthew Coleman
Ph. D. Candidate, Matthew Coleman, became Professor Matthew Coleman in May, 2016. His research specialty is in Ancient Rome focusing on contact and the development of tradition in the Provinces. He received his BA in History at the University of California, Irvine and his MA in Ancient History from California State University, Los Angeles. The focus of his dissertation is the nature of contact in the Roman Provinces of Gaul and how this led to the development of new traditions in the region. His analysis focuses on choices made at the local communal level and how those changes spread through trade and pilgrim routes to create a ‘provincial flair” in the four Gaulish provinces.
Areas of Study
Iron Age Gaul
History 205 Rome (online/in person)
History 404A Roman Republic
History 405A Medieval History