Georgia Tsouvala specializes in Greek history, literature, and epigraphy. Her current research focuses on Plutarch and the history of Greece in the early Roman Empire, inscriptions, and women's history. She has published on Roman Greece, Plutarch, and on Greek epigraphy.
Hellenistic and Roman history; women's history; literature; epigraphy
“Women Members of a Gymnasium in the Roman East (IG IV 732),” book chapter in Ancient
Documents and their Contexts. First North American Congress of Greek and Latin
Epigraphy (2011), J. Bodel and N. Dimitrova (eds.), Leiden: E. J. Brill (Brill Studies in
Greek and Roman Epigraphy, no. 5), 2015, 111-123.
“Love and Marriage,” book chapter in The Blackwell Companion to Plutarch, Mark Beck (ed.),
Oxford: Blackwell, 2014, 191-206.
“Integrating Marriage and Homonoia,” reprinted in Mark Beck (ed.), “Plutarch” in Classical and
Medieval Literature Criticism (CMLC) 146, Columbia, SC: Layman Poupard Publishing
Company, 2013, 197-208.
“Integrating Marriage and Homonoia,” in The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. Moralia Themes in the
Lives, Features of the Lives in the Moralia, Anastasios G. Nikolaidis (ed.), Berlin-New
York: W. De Gruyter/Millennium Studies, 2008, 701-718.
“Corinna,” Encyclopedia of the Hellenic World, Boeotia, 2012
“Plutarch,” Encyclopedia of the Hellenic World, Boeotia, 2012