Publications

Recent Publications

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Housing New Romans: Architectural Reception and the Classical Style in the Modern World, eds. Katharine T. von Stackelberg and E. Macaulay-Lewis. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Forthcoming

Bayt Farhi and the Sephardic Palaces of Ottoman Damascus in the Late 18th and 19th Centuries. Accepted for publication, Manar al-Athar Monograph Series, University of Oxford, No. 3; jointly published as an Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, expected 2017.

Classical New York: Greece and Rome in New York City’s Art and Architecture, 1830-1940, eds. Matthew McGowan and E. Macaulay-Lewis, under contract with Fordham University Press, expect 2018.

In Print

Beyond the Battlefields: New Perspectives on Warfare and Society in the Graeco-Roman World, eds. E. Bragg, L.I. Hau, and E. Macaulay-Lewis. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars 2008.

Crossing Frontiers: The Opportunities and Challenges of Interdisciplinary Approaches to Archaeology: Proceedings of a Conference Held at the University of Oxford, 2526 June 2005, eds. H. Schroeder, P. Edwards, P. Gardner, V. Jefferson and E. Macaulay-Lewis. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2007.

Book Chapters and Articles

“Introduction: Architectural Reception and the Neo-Antique” (with K. von Stackelberg) in Housing the New Romans: Architectural Reception and the Classical Style in the Modern World, eds. Katharine T. von Stackelberg and Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis (Oxford University Press, 2017), 1–23.

“Entombing Antiquity: A New Consideration of Classical and Egyptian Appropriation in the Funerary Architecture of Woodlawn Cemetery, New York City” in Housing the New Romans: Architectural Reception and the Classical Style in the Modern World, eds. Katharine T. von Stackelberg and Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis (Oxford University Press, 2017), 190–231.

“Conclusions,” (with K. von Stackelberg) in Housing the New Romans: Architectural Reception and the Classical Style in the Modern World, eds. Katharine T. von Stackelberg and Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis (Oxford University Press, 2017), 269–275.

“The Architecture of Memory and Commemoration: The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch Brooklyn, New York and the Reception of Classical Architecture,” Classical Receptions Journal, 2016: 1–32.

“Triumphal Washington: New York City’s ‘Roman’ Arch,” in War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict, eds. Anastasia Bakogianni and Valerie Hope (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015), 209–39.

“A Column of Jerash in Queens: Archaeology, Diplomacy and Political Narratives in the 1964–1965 World’s Fair,” with J. Simard. The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 74, no. 3 (September 2015), 341–62.

“A Monumental Roman Building in Southeast Damascus?” With R. Burns. Levant 47, no. 1 (Spring), 93–111.

“Transforming the Site and Object Reports for a Digital Age: Mentoring Students to Use Digital Technologies in Archaeology and Art History,” Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, Issue 7. Special Section: Mentorship and Collaboration, eds. Peter Gray and Renee McGarry. Published May 11, 2015.

“Greek and Roman Gardens,” Oxford Bibliographies in “Classics,” ed. Dee Clayman (Oxford 2013). Updated 2015.

“The Use and Reception,” in The Cultural History of Gardens, Volume I: Ancient Gardens, ed. K.L. Gleason (Berg 2013), 99–118.

“A Commercial Nursery near Abu Hummus, Egypt, and the Reuse of Amphoras in the Roman Plant Trade,” with M. Kenawi and J. McKenzie, The Roman Journal of Archaeology 25 (2012), 195–225.

“The City in Motion,” in Rome, Ostia, Pompeii: Movement and Space, eds. R. Laurence and D. Newsome (Oxford 2011), 262–89.

“Introduction,” (with K.L. Gleason) in The Gardens of the Ancient Mediterranean: Cultural Exchange through Horticultural Design, Technology, and Plants, eds. E. Macaulay-Lewis and K.L. Gleason, 1–8. In Meetings between Cultures in the Ancient Mediterranean. Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Rome 2226 Sept. 2008. Bollettino di Archeologia Online I, 2010, eds. M. Dalla Riva and H. Di Giuseppe. 

“Imported Exotica: Constructing a Model for the Study of the Ancient Plant Trade,” in The Gardens of the Ancient Mediterranean: Cultural Exchange through Horticultural Design, Technology, and Plants, eds. E. Macaulay-Lewis and K.L. Gleason, 16–25. In Meetings between Cultures in the Ancient Mediterranean. Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Rome 2226 Sept. 2008. Bollettino di Archeologia Online I, 2010, eds. M. Dalla Riva and H. Di Giuseppe.

“Political Museums: Porticos, Gardens and the Public Display of Art in Ancient Rome,” in Collecting and dynastic ambition, eds. S. Bracken, A. Galdy and A. Turpin (Cambridge Scholars 2009), 1–22.

“The Fruits of Victory: the Generals, Plants and Power in the Roman World,” in Beyond the Battlefields: New Perspectives on Warfare and Society in the Graeco-Roman World, eds. E. Bragg, L.I. Hau and E. Macaulay-Lewis (Cambridge Scholars 2008), 205–25.

“Garden Material,” in The “Horace’s Villa” Project, 1997-2003: Report on New Fieldwork and Research, ed. B. Frischer, J. Crawford and M. De Simone (Archeopress 2007), 191–95; 783–91. (published as E.R. Macaulay)

“Planting Pots at Petra: a Preliminary Study of Ollae Perforatae at the Petra Garden Pool Complex and at the ‘Great Temple’,” Levant 38 (2006), 159–70.

“The Role of Ollae Perforatae in Understanding Horticulture, Planting Techniques, Garden Design, and Plant Trade in the Roman World,” in The Archaeology of Crop Fields and Gardens: Proceedings from 1st Conference on Crop Fields and Gardens Archaeology, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, June 1-3rd 2006, eds. J.P. Morel, J. T. Juan and J.C. Matamala (EdiPuglia 2006), 207–20.

Forthcoming Articles and Book Chapters

“Introduction,” (with M. McGowan) in Classical New York: Greece and Rome in New York City’s Art and Architecture, 1830-1940, eds. Matthew McGowan and E. Macaulay-Lewis (Fordham University Press).

“The Gould Memorial Library and the Hall of Fame: Reinterpreting the Pantheon in the Bronx,” (with M. McGowan) in Classical New York: Greece and Rome in New York City’s Art and Architecture, 1830-1940, eds. Matthew McGowan and E. Macaulay-Lewis (Fordham University Press).

“Conclusions,” (with M. McGowan) in Classical New York: Greece and Rome in New York City’s Art and Architecture, 1830-1940, eds. Matthew McGowan and E. Macaulay-Lewis (Fordham University Press).

“Villa Gardens,” in The Gardens of the Roman Empire, ed. W.F. Jashemski, (Cambridge University Press). Submitted to the editors.

Authored/co-authored various catalogue entries and authored the glossary for The Gardens of the Roman Empire, ed. W.F. Jashemski, (Cambridge University Press). Submitted to the editors.

Reviews

Review of K. Coleman, ed., Le Jardin dans l’Antiquité: introduction et huit exposés suivis de discussions. Entriens sur L’Antiquité Classique 60, The Classical Review, 65.2. In press.

Review of P. Van Ossel and A-M. Guimier-Sorbets, eds., Archéologie des jardins: analyse des espaces et méthodes d’approche, for Journal of Roman Studies. In press.

Review of A. Wallace-Hadrill, Herculaneum: Past and Present, for Classical World 107, 133–35.

Review of J. Frakes, Framing Public Life: The Portico in Roman Gaul, for Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2010.

Review of K. von Stackelberg, The Roman Garden: Space, Sense and Society, for The Classical Review 60 (2010), 531–33.

Review of L. Haselberger, Urbem adornare: die Stadt Rom und ihre Gestaltumwandlung unter Augustus = Rome’s urban metamorphosis under Augustus for Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2009.

Review of H. Ajwad Al-Fassi, Women in Pre-Islamic Arabia: Nabataea, for Bulletin of the Society for Arabian Studies 14 (2010), 35–36.

Review of K. Hartswick, The Gardens of Sallust, for The Journal of Roman Archaeology 19 (2006), 517–20.