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Penelope Allison Bibliography Apa


Bibliography in Spanish: books and articles on ancient women, compiled by María Concepción Palomo Ramos, Librarian and Researcher, Centro de Estudios de la Mujer, Universidad de Salamanca (España)


Adler, Eric. 2008.
"Boudica's Speeches in Tacitus and Dio." In Classical World 101.2: 173-195.

Allason-Jones, Lindsay. 2006².
Women in Roman Britain. York: Council for British Archaeology.

Allison, Penelope M. 2013.
People and Spaces in Roman Military Bases. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2015.02.28.

Altman, William H.F. 2009.
"Womanly Humanism in Cicero's Tusculan Disputations." In TAPA 139:411-445.

Ancona, Ronnie and Ellen Greene. 2005.
Gendered Dynamics in Latin Love Poetry. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press.

Arietti, James A. 1997.
“Rape and Livy´s View of Roman History." In Rape in Antiquity. Edited by Susan Deacy and Karen F. Pierce, 209-229. London and Swansea: Duckworth and The Classical Press of Wales.

Arjave, Antti. 1996.
Women and Law in Late Antiquity. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Armstrong, Rebecca. 2006.
Cretan Women: Pasiphae, Ariadne, and Phaedra in Latin Poetry. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Augoustakis, Antony. 2006.
"Conivnx in Limine Primo: Regulus and Marcia in Punica 6." In Ramus 35.2: 144-168.

Augoustakis, Antony, ed. 2016.
Flavian Epic: Oxford Readings in Classical Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

For a review of this book see CJ-Online~2017.10.06. Of particular note: S. Georgia Nugent's chapter 8 "Statius' Hypsipyle: Following in the Footsteps of Virgil's Aeneid" and Stephen Hinds' chapter 12 "Essential Epic: Genre and Gender from Macer to Statius".

Augoustakis, Antony. 2010
Motherhood and the Other: Fashioning Female Power in Flavian Epic. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.

Contents: Introduction: Other and Same: Female Presence in Flavian epic; 1. Mourning Endless: Female Otherness in Statius' Thebaid; 2. Defining the Other: From altera patria to tellus mater in Silius Italicus' Punica; 3. Comes ultima fati: Regulus' Encounter with Marcia's Otherness in Punica 6; 4. Playing the Same: Roman and Non-Roman Mothers in the Punica; Epilogue: Virgins and (M)others: Appropriations of Same and Other in Flavian Rome. For a review of this book see BMCR 2011.11.07.

Augoustakis, Antony. 2008.
"The Other as Same: Non-Roman Mothers in Silius Italicus' Punica." In Classical Philology 103: 55-76.

Babcock, Charles L. January, 1965.
"The Early Career of Fulvia." In American Journal of Philology 86.1: 1-32.

Bagnall, Roger S. and Raffaella Criviore. 2006 (hardcover), 2015 (paperback).
Women's Letters from Ancient Egypt. 300 B.C.-A.D. 800, with contributions by Evie Ahtaridis. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

For a review of the hardcover edition see BMCR 2006.11.19; for the paperback edition see CJ-Online 2016.12.

Balsdon, J.P.V.C. 1962.
Roman Women: Their History and Habits. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Barrett, Anthony A. 1996.
Agrippina: Sex Power, and Politics in the Early Empire. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Barrett, Anthony A. 2004.
Livia: First Lady of Imperial Rome. New Haven: Yale University Press. New edition.

Battistella, Chiara. 2015.
"Medea Reaches Maturity: an Ovidian Intertextuality in Sen. Med.905-15." In Classical World 102.1.

Baugh, S. M. 1999.
"Cult Prostitution In New Testament Ephesus: A Reappraisal." In Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 42.3: 443-460.

Baugh examines the evidence for cult prostitution in the New Testament world. Scholars have generally accepted that such prostitution was a common practice in the rites connected with Aphrodite and Artemis, particularly at Ephesus and Corinth. Baugh finds that ancient sources on such prostitution have been misunderstood as referring to contemporary practices; the ancient sources actually discuss cultic prostitution several centuries before New Testament times and in countries such as Armenia. He finds no evidence for cultic prostitution at Ephesus or Corinth. He reviews inscriptions naming priestesses of Artemis at Ephesus and concludes these inscriptions offer not only no evidence of cultic prostitution by priestesses, but, on the contrary, indicate that the priestesses were daughters of Ephesian nobility that served the goddess, as the inscriptions state, "in purity." Inscriptions and other ancient sources are all translated.

Bauman, R. A. 1992.
Women and Politics in Ancient Rome. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 0415115221. 304 pages.

Bauman investigates the role of Roman women in business, public affairs, law, and government from ca. 350 BCE through the Julio-Claudian emperors. He demonstrates that there was an expansion of women's influence in these spheres even before the prominent women of the early Principate.

Beard, Mary, John North, and Simon Price. 1998.
Religions of Rome. Volume 1: A history. Volume 2: A sourcebook. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Becker, T.H. 1997.
"Ambiguity and the Female Warrior: Vergil's Camilla." In Electronic Antiquity: Communicating the Classics, 4 (1).

Bell, Albert A., Jr.. 1984.
"Martial's Daughter?" In The Classical World 78.1: 21-24.

Bell, Sinclair and Inge Lyse Hansen (eds.). 2008.
Role Models in the Roman World: Identity and Assimilation. Supplementary Volume 7: Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2009-07-59.
Essays focused on women are: Chapter 2: Suzanne Dixon, "Gracious patrons and vulgar success stories in Roman public media" (pp. 57-68); Chapter 8: Eve D'Ambra, "Daughters as Diana: Mythological models in Roman portraiture" (pp. 171-183); Chapter 9: Eric R. Varner, "Transcending gender: Assimilation, identity, and Roman Imperial portraits" (pp. 185-205); Chapter 10: Glenys Davies, "Portrait statues as models for gender roles in Roman society" (pp. 207-220); Chapter 11: Sarah B. Pomeroy, "Spartan women among the Romans: Adapting models, forging identities" (pp. 221-234); Chapter 14: Inge Lyse Hansen, "Muses as models: Learning and the complicity of authority" (pp. 273-285).

Benario, Herbert W. 2007.
"Boudica Warrior Queen." In Classical Outlook 82.2: 70-73.

Berrino, Nicoletta Francesca. 2006.
Mulier potens: realtà femminili nel mondo antico. In Historie: Collana di Studi e monumenti per le scienze dell'antichità 4. Galatina (Lecce): Congedo Editore. Pp. 198. ISBN 88-8086-656-7.

Blondell, Ruby. 2015.
Helen of Troy: Beauty, Myth, Devastation. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2017.04.60.

Blondell, Ruby and Kirk Ormand (eds.). 2015.
Ancient Sex: New Essays. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University Press.

For review of the essays charting "new directions of scholarship on ancient sexualities" in this book, especially Chapter Five, "Lusty Ladies in the Roman Imaginary," see CJ-Online 2016.06.03; also BMCR 2016.04.16.

Blum, Jessica R. 2017.
"Witch's Song: Morality, Name-calling and Poetic Authority in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica". In Classical Journal 113.2. 173-200.

Boatwright, Mary T. 1993.
"The City Gate of Plancia Magna in Perge." In Roman Art in Context: An Anthology. Edited by Eve D'Ambra, 189-207. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-13-781808-4. 247 pp., 97 b/w. Glossary, bibliography.

Plancia Magna rebuilt the main gate of her native city, Perge (Turkey), in 121 CE. A prominent public benefactor, Plancia Magna held several magistracies and priesthoods and was connected with the imperial cult in her home town. Boatwright examines the reliefs and inscriptions adorning the gate to show how the gate celebrated Perge's history as a city and its ties to the imperial house, as well as how the gate displayed the ambition and vision of Plancia Magna.

Boatwright, Mary T. 1991.
"Plancia Magna of Perge: Women's Role and Status in Roman Asia Minor." In Women's History and Ancient History, edited by Sarah S. Pomeroy. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 249-272.

Boatwright, Mary T. 1991.
"The Imperial Women of the Early Second Century A.C." In American Journal of Philology 112: 513-540.

Boatwright, Mary T. 2011.
"Women and Gender in the Forum Romanum." In Transactions of the American Philological Association 141: 105-141.

Bolton, M. Catherine. 2009.
"Gendered Spaces in Ovid’s Heroides." In Classical World 102.3 (Spring): 273-290.

Bond, Sarah Emily. 2007.
"Ob Merita: The Epigraphic Rise and Fall of the Civic Patrona in North Africa." Masters dissertation in the History Department, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Bonner, Stanley F. 1977.
Education in Ancient Rome: From the Elder Cato to the Younger Pliny. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Borbonus, Dorian. 1977.
Columbarium Tombs and Collective Identity in Augustan Rome. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2015.06.07.

Borgeaud, Philippe. 2004.
Mother of the Gods: From Cybele to the Virgin Mary. Translated by Lysa Hochroth. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Boyd, B. W. 1992.
"Virgil's Camilla and the Traditions of Catalogue and Ecphrasis (Aeneid 7.803-17)." In American Journal of Philology 113.2: 213-234.

Boyle, A. J, ed. 2008.
Octavia: Text and Translation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2008.12.39

Bradley, Keith R. 1991.
Discovering the Roman Family: studies in Roman social history. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Braund, Susanna Morton. 2002.
Latin Literature. London and New York: Routledge.

Brodd, Jeffrey and Jonathan L. Reed (eds.) . 2011.
Rome and Religion: a Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue on the Imperial Cult. Writings from the Greco-Roman world supplement series, 5. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.

Note particularly the article # 6 Imperial Cult in Roman Corinth: A Response to Karl Galinsky’s “The Cult of the Roman Emperor: Uniter or Divider?” by Barbette Stanley Spaeth. For a review see BMCR 2012.06.03.

Brown, Peter. 2008.
The Body and Society. Men, Women, and Sexual Renunciation in Early ChristianityConcordia. New York: Columbia University Press.

For a review of the book see BMCR 2009.04.72

Brown, Robert. 1995.
"Livy's Sabine Women and the Ideal of Concordia." In Transactions of the American Philological Association 125:291-319.

Budin, Stephanie Lynn, Jean MacIntosh Turfa (eds.). 2016.
Women in Antiquity: Real Women across the Ancient World. Rewriting antiquity. London; New York: Routledge.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2017.05.44

Burns, Jasper. 2007.
Great Women of Imperial Rome: Mothers and Wives of the Caesars. London and New York: Routledge.

Burstein, Stanley M. 2007.
The Reign of Cleopatra. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

Cadoux, T. J. 2005.
"Catiline and the Vestal Virgins." In Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte 54.2: 162-179.

Cahoon, Leslie. Autumn 1990.
"Let the Muse Sing On: Poetry, Criticism, Feminism, and the Case of Ovid." In Helios 17.2: 197-212.

Caldwell, Lauren. 2015.
Roman Girlhood and the Fashioning of Femininity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

For a review of the book see BMCR 2015.05.04 and CJ-Online 2015.11.11.

Cantarella, Eva. 1986.
Pandora's Daughters: The Role and Status of Women in Greek and Roman Antiquity. Translated by Maureen B. Fant. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Carlon, Jacqueline M. 2009.
Pliny's Women: Constructing Virtue and Creating Identity in the Roman World. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Carlon argues that Pliny carefully selected and arranged his letters to and about women in order to present himself as "an exemplar of moral rectitude and proper comportment" (2). She classifies the thirty-three identifiable women in his letters into five groups: those connected with the Stoic opposition to Nero, Vespasian, and Domitian; those connected with Corellius Rufus, Pliny's patron; those to whom Pliny showed loyalty or kindness; those whom he used as exemplars of the ideal wife; and those whom he found improper. In doing so Carlon unwinds the intertwined familial, marital, and social networks that bound the women and their male relatives and spouses with Pliny. She finds that Pliny gives details about the lives of elite women that we might otherwise only guess at. An appendix provides the stemmata of Pliny's women and their families. For a full review of the book, see BMCR 2010.02.59

Carpino, Alexandre A. 2003.
Discs of Splendor: The Relief Mirrors of the Etruscans. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Caston, Ruth Rothaus. 2006.
"Love as Illness: Poets and Philosophers on Romantic Love." In The Classical Journal 101.3: 271-98.

Caston, Ruth Rothaus. 2012.
The Elegiac Passion: Jeasousy in Roman Love Elegy. New York: Oxford University Press.

Centlivres Challet, Claude-Emmanuelle. 2009.
Like Man, Like Woman: Roman Women, Gender Qualities and Conjugal Relationships at the Turn of the First Century. Wien: Peter Lang. ISBN 9783039119127.

For a review of this book and its contents, see BMCR 2014.06.10.

Chin Catherine M., Caroline T. Schroeder (eds). 2017.
.Melania: Early Christianity through the Life of One Family. Christianity in late antiquity 2. Oakland: University of California Press.

For a review of this book and its contents, see BMCR 2017.05.37.

Chiu, Angeline (eds). 2016.
Ovid's Women of the Year: Narratives of Roman Identity in the Fasti. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

For reviews of this book, see BMCR 2017.09.39 and Classical World 110.4: 585-6.

Christenson, David. 2015.
Hysterical Laughter: Four Ancient Comedies about Women: Lysistrata, Samia, Casina, Hecyra. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

For a review of this book, see BMCR 2015.06.17.

Chrystal, Paul. 2013.
Women in Ancient Rome. Stroud, Gloustershire, England: Amberley Publishing.

For a review of this book, see CJ-Online,2014.09.05.

Chiu, Angeline. 2016.
Ovid’s Women of the Year. Narratives of Roman Identity in the ‘Fasti’. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

For a review of this book, see BMCR 2017.09.39.

Churchill, Laurie J. 2006.
" Is There a Woman in This Textbook? Feminist Pedagogy and Elementary Latin." In When Dead Tongues Speak: Teaching Beginning Greek and Latin. Edited by John Gruber-Miller, 86-109. American Philological Association Classical Resources Series. New York: Oxford University Press.

The article briefly sets forth the contributions of feminist scholarship related to pedagogical practices and presents the rationale for developing feminist materials and methods for teaching elementary Latin. The author concludes with various types of exercises that incorporate feminist pedagogical objectives and enhance implementation of the Standards for Classical Language Learning. For a review of the book that unfortunately does not include this excellent article, see BMCR 2008.03.07.

Churchill, Laurie J., Phyllis R. Brown, Jane E. Jeffrey (eds.). 2002.
Women Writing Latin From Roman Antiquity to Early Modern Europe. 3 vols. London and New York: Routledge.

In their introduction to Volume I, Women Writing Latin in Roman Antiquity, Late Antiquity, and the Early Christian Era, the editors discuss the significance of this three-volume project in the Routledge series of women writing in various languages. The volume is a significant addition to the still incipient scholarly study of women's writings. The editors discuss the problems women faced in gaining literacy and address why women engaged in the various kinds of writing they did. Each woman writer is introduced by a short essay, accompanied by a brief bibliography, on her life (if known), milieu, and genre. The Latin texts are accompanied by English translations. Volume I includes: "Women Writing in Rome and Cornelia, Mother of the Gracchi," Cornelia's letters by Judith P. Hallett; "An Introduction to Epigraphic Poetry," by Jane Stevenson; "The Eleven Elegies of the Augustan Poet Sulpicia," by Judith P. Hallett; "Women's Graffiti from Pompeii," by Elizabeth Woeckner; "The Vindolanda Letters from Claudia Severa," by Judith P. Hallett; "Vibia Perpetua: Mystic and Martyr," by Judith Lynn Sebesta; "Faltonia Betitia Proba: A Virgilian Cento in Praise of Christ," by Bernice M. Kaczynski; "Inscriptions on Fabia Aconia Paulina," by Victoria Erhart; and "Itinerarium Egeriae: A Pilgrim's Journey," by Victoria Erhart.

Claasson, Jo-Marie. 1996.
"Documents of a Crumbling Marriage: The Case of Cicero and Terentia." In Phoenix 50.3/4: 208-232. Click here for the PDF version.

Clark, Anna J. 2007.
Divine Qualities. Cult and Community in Republican Rome. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. xiv, 376. ISBN 978-0-19-922682-5.

Clark, Gillian. 2011.
Body and Gender, Soul and Reason in Late Antiquity. Variorum collected studies series, CS978. Farnham; Burlington, VT: Ashgate

For a review of the book see BMCR 2012.02.16

Clark, Gillian. 2015.
Monica: An Ordinary Saint. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Clark, John R. 1998.
Looking at Lovemaking: Constructions of Sexuality in Roman Art 100 B.C. - A.D. 250. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Pp. 372.

Cohick, Lynn H. 2009.
Women in the World of the Earliest Christians:Illuminating Ancient Ways of Life. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic. Pp. 350.

Cooper, Kate M. 2007.
"Closely Watched Households: Visibility, Exposure and Private Power in the Roman Domus." In Past and Present 197 (November): 3-33.

Cooper, Kate M. 1996.
The Virgin and the Bride: Idealized Womanhood in Late Antiquity. Cambridge, MA, London, England: Harvard University Press.

Copley, Frank O. 1981.
Exclusus Amator: a study in Latin love poetry. Chico, CA: Scholars Press.

Cornell, T. and K. Lomas (eds). 1997.
Gender and Ethnicity in Ancient Italy. London: Accordia Research Institute.

Corrigan, Kirsty. 2013.
Virgo to Virago: Medea in the Silver Age. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing .

For reviews of this book, see Digressus 14 (2014) 9-20, CJ~Online 2014.09.08, BMCR 2016.02.18 .

Culham, Phyllis. 1997.
"Did Roman Women Have an Empire?" In Inventing Ancient Culture: Historicism, Periodization, and the Ancient World. Edited by Mark Golden and Peter Toohey. New York: Routledge. For a review of the entire book and the articles it contains, see BMCR 1997.11.01.

Culham argues that the establishment of empire and the emperorship by Augustus did introduce a new period in Roman women's history. Augustus' marriage legislation bestowed increased public status on elite women by linking their sexual morality to their husband's status. As a result, elite women gained more personal freedom. Elite women who followed the lead of Livia by becoming public benefactors were awarded titles such as honesta and honestissima in inscriptions. Though elite women were circumscribed by Augustus' legislation in some areas, new opportunities in other spheres were opened to them.

Cyrino, Monica S.. 2010.
Aphrodite. Gods and Heroes of the Ancient World. London/New York: Routledge, 2010.

For a review of this book seeBMCR 2011.01.14

Daehner, Jens, (ed.). 2007.
The Herculaneum Women. History, Context, Identities. Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum. Pp. xiv, 178; maps 5, figs. passim. ISBN 978-0-89236-882-2.

For a review of this book and a list of the articles it contains, see BMCR 2008.09.20.

D´Ambra, Eve. 1993.
"The Cult of Virtues and the Funerary Relief of Ulpia Epigone." In Roman Art in Context: An Anthology. Edited by Eve D'Ambra, 104-114. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-13-781808-4. 247 pp., 97 b/w. Glossary, bibliography.

The funerary relief of Ulpia Epigone from the late first/early second century CE shows Ulpia reclining, half nude, on a kline. Ulpia's woolbasket is placed at her feet. D'Ambra investigates why a respectable Roman matron would have herself represented in a way that emphasizes her sexuality and fertility. The pose connects Ulpia to the goddess Venus and alludes to her attributes of physical grace as well as to her virtuous pursuit of wool-working, a sign of matronal moral rectitude.

D´Ambra, Eve. 1993.
Private Lives, Imperial Virtues: the frieze of the Forum Transitorium in Rome. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

D´Ambra, Eve, (ed.). 1993.
Roman Art in Context: An Anthology. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. 0-13-781808-4. 247 pp., 97 b/w. Glossary, bibliography.

This volume contains several articles pertaining to Roman women: Susan Wood, "Alcestis on Roman Sarcophagi"; Eve D'Ambra, "The Cult of Virtues and the Funerary Relief of Ulpia Epigone"; Natalie Boymel Kampen, "Social Status and Gender in Roman Art: The Case of the Saleswoman"; Mary T. Boatwright, "The City Gate of Plancia Magna in Perge."

D´Ambra, Eve. 2007.
Roman Women. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Dasen, Veronique and Thomas Spath, edd. 2010.
Children, Memory, & Family Identity in Roman Culture. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Beryl Rawson, "Degrees of Freedom: Vernae and Junian Latins in the Roman familia," p. 196.

Davies, Glenys. 2005.
"On Being Seated: gender and body language in Hellenistic and Roman Art." In Body Language in the Greek and Roman Worlds. Edited by Douglas Cairns, 215-238. Swansea, England: The Classical Press of Wales.

Davies applies modern theories of body language to interpret seated figures. While Roman men are posed in seated postures that assert superiority and authority, Roman women are posed seated in a variety of postures, ranging from asserting dominance, "sexual confidence...with a degree of matronly modesty," self-reserve, and defensiveness.

Davies, Glenys. 1985.
"The Significance of the Handshake Motif in Classical Funerary Art." In American Journal of Archaeology 89: 627-640 (plus illustrations).

DeFelice, John. 2001.
Roman Hospitality: The Professional Women of Pompeii. Warren Center, PA: Shangri-La Publications. Pp. 306. ISBN 0-9677201-7-6.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2002.06.33.

Denzey, Nicola. 2007.
The Bone Gatherers: The Lost Worlds of Early Christian Women. Boston: Beacon Press. Pp. xxi, 290. ISBN 9780807013083.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2008.09.04.

De Ricci, Seymour. May 11, June 8, 1904.
"A Latin Deed of Manumission (A.D. 221) ." In Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology26:145-152; 185-196.

Deroux, Carl (ed). 2010.
Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History. Bruxelles: Éditions Latomus.

Of particular interest are the following entries: R.Moore, "Roman Women in the Castra: Who’s in Charge Here" 49; B. J. Kavanagh, "The Marriages, Motives and Legacy of Vistilia" 271; L. Foubert, "Literary Constructions of Female Identities: the Parallel Lives of Julio-Claudian Women in Tacitus’ Annals" 344. For a review of this book see BMCR 2011.07.39.

Dickison, Sheila K. and Judith P. Hallett. 2000.
Rome and her Monuments: Essays on the City and Literature of Rome in Honor of Katherine A. Geffcken. Wauconda, Ill: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers.

Of particular interest are the following essays: "Vestae Aedem Petitam? Vesta in the Empire," R.T. Scott 173; "Arresting Pleasure: What Women Achieve through Comic Inversion in Two Latin Plays," J.C. Wheat 287; "Lacrimae Virginis Vestalis," H.F. North 357; "Pro Caesinnia: Cicero's Pro Caecina as a Document for the Romanization of Etruscan Women," J.K. Whitehead 399; "The Adulteress-Poisoner in Cicero and Tacitus: A Presumption of Guilt," F. S. L'hoir 465; "Three Tacitean Women," H.W. Benario 587; "Juvenal's Sixth Satire and the Imperial Ideology of Marriage: quae non faciet quod principis uxor?" S.K.Dickison 603.

Dillon, Sheila. 2010.
The Female Portrait Statue in the Greek World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2010.07.55.

DiLuzio, Meghan J. 2016.
A Place at the Altar: Priestesses in Republican Rome. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press.

Dixon, Suzanne. 1992.
The Roman Family. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Dixon, Suzanne. 2001.
Reading Roman Women: sources, genres and real life
. London: Duckworth.

Dixon, Suzanne, ed. 2001.
Childhood, Class and Kin in the Roman World
. London and New York: Routledge.

Dixon, Suzanne. 2003.
"Roman Women: Following the Clues." In BBC Ancient History. BBC online.

Dixon, Suzanne. 2004.
"Exemplary Housewife or Luxurious Slut: Cultural Representations of Women in the Roman Economy." In Women's Influence on Classical Civilization, edited by F. McHardy and E. Marshall. London and New York: Routledge, 56-74.

Dolansky, Fanny. 2012.
"Playing With Gender: Girls, Dolls and Adult Ideals in the Roman World." In Classical Antiquite 31.2:256-292.

Donahue, John F. 2004.
"Junia Rustica of Cartima: Female Munificence in the Roman West." In Latomus 63.4: 873-891.

Dressler, Alex. 2016.
Personification and the Feminine in Roman Philosophy. New York: Cambridge University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2017.03.48.

du Plessis, Paul J. (ed). 2004.
New Frontiers: Law and Society in the Roman World. Edinburgh: University Press.

Of particular note are the chapters in Part 2 on conubium by Saskia Roselaar and on women in business by Eva Jakab. For a review of this book see BMCR 2013.09.36.

Dutsch, Dorota. 2008.
Feminine Discourses in Roman Comedy: on Echoes and Voices. Oxford: University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2009.04.37.

Edlund-berry, Ingrid E.M. 1994.
"Whether Goddess, Priestess, or Worshipper: Considerations of Female Deities and Cults in Roman Religion." In Festschrift in Honor of Gösta Säflund, Opus Mixtum. Acta Instituti Romani Regni Sueciae, series in 8s, vol. 21. 25-33. Stockholm.

Edmunds, Susan, Prudence Jones, Gregory Nagy. 2004.
Text and Textile: An Introduction to Wool-Working for Readers of Greek and Latin. DVD. Department of Classics, Rutgers University.

This DVD presents illustrations of wool-working (carding, spinning, weaving) found on vase paintings, reliefs, etc. It includes demonstrations of drop-spindle spinning and weaving on a warp-weighted loom and discusses the social and economics of textile production.

Edmondson, Jonathan and Alison Keith, edd. 2008.
Roman Dress and the Fabrics of Roman Culture. Toronto/Buffalo: University of Toronto Press. Pp. xvii, 370; plates 56 p. ISBN 978-0-8020-9319-6.

For a review of this book and a list of the articles it contains, see BMCR 2008.08.42.

Edwards, Catherine. 2007.
"A Feminine Ending?." In Death in Ancient Rome: Chapter 7 (179-206). New Haven & London: Yale University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2007.12.28

Eisler, Riane. 1987.
The Chalice and the Blade: Our History, Our Future. San Francisco: Harper and Row Publishers.

Engels, Donald. April 1980.
"The Problem of Female Infanticide in the Greco-Roman World." In Classical Philology 75.2:112-120.

Engels explains why the ratio of men to women may be inaccurate, and why calculations of the deceased's age can be inaccurate. He focuses upon categorizing skeletal remains of ancient Greeks and Romans. He points out that the current ways for one to estimate age and sex have been inaccurate. For example, smaller skeletal specimens are more likely to be tossed out and not regarded. Data may be skewed because elite families are more likely to be buried.

Erker, Darja Sterbenc. 2011.
"Gender and Roman Funeral Ritual." In Memory and Mourning: Studies on Roman Death, pp. 40-60. Edited by Valerie M. Hope and Janet Huskinson. Oxford/Oakville, CT: Oxbow Books.

For a review of the collection of essays, see BMCR 2011.10.59.

Evans, John K. 1991.
War, Women and Children in Ancient Rome. London and New York: Routledge.

Evans-Grubbs, Judith. 1993.
"'Marriage More Shameful Than Adultery': slave-mistress relationships, 'mixed marriages,' and late Roman law." In Phoenix 47 (1993) 2.125-154.

Fabre-Serris, Jacqueline, Alison Keith, editors. 2015.
Women and War in Antiquity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

For a review of the essays in this work, especially those on Roman women, see BMCR 2016.05.41.

Fantham, Elaine. 2006.
Julia Augusti: The Emperor's Daughter. London and New York: Routledge.

Fantham, Elaine. 1989.
"Mime, the Missing Link in Roman Literary History." CW 82: 153-163.

Fantham, Elaine, Helene Peet Foley, Natalie Boymel Kampen, Sarah B. Pomeroy, and H. Alan Shapiro. 1994.
Women in the Classical World: Image and Text. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-509862-5. 430 pp., 136 b/w. Chronology, map, indices.

The authors use artistic, literary, and documentary evidence to reconstruct the lives of women in Greece and Rome from the Greek Archaic Age through the Later Empire of Rome. Excursive chapters cover Spartan women, medicine as the "proof" of anatomy, Etruscan women, the "New Woman" of Rome, and the women of Pompeii. The volume analyzes poetry, vase painting, coins, and literary, legal, and medical texts to explore issues of social class, creativity, sexuality, and political involvement.

Faraone, Christopher A., Laura K. McClure (eds.). 2006.
Prostitutes & Courtesans in the Ancient World. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press.

Relevant essays are: Thomas McGinn, "Zoning Shame in the Roman City"; Marsha McCoy, "The Politics of Prostitution: Clodia, Cicero, and Social Order in the Late Roman Republic"; Kelly Olson, "Matrona and Whore: Clothing and Definition in Roman Antiquity"; Sharon L. James, "A Courtesan's Choreography: Female Liberty and Male Anxiety at the Roman Dinner Party"; Anne Duncan, "Infamous Performers: Comic Actors and Female Prostitutes in Rome." For a review of this book see BMCR 2006.05.40.

Feijfer, Jane. 2008.
Roman Portraits in Context. Image and Context; v. 2. Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter.

Of particular interest is Part III : "The Empress and her Fellow Elite Women." For a review of this book see BMCR 2009.11.10

Feldner, Birgit. 17 September, 2002.
"Women's Exclusion from the Roman Officium." In forum historiae iuris.

Ferri, Rolando, ed. 2003.
Octavia: A Play Attributed to Seneca. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2005.02.27

Finley, Moses I. 1965.
"The Silent Women of Rome." In Horizon 7.1: 57-64; reprinted in Sexuality and Gender in the Classical World. Edited by Laura K. McClure, 147-160. Oxford: Blackwell, 2002.

Flemming, Rebecca. 2000.
Medicine and the Making of Roman Women. Gender, Nature, and Authority from Celsus to Galen. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

For a review of this book see PubMed Central and Project MUSE.

Flory, Marleen B. 1996.
"Dynastic Ideology, the Domus Augusta, and Imperial Women: A Lost Statuary Group in the Circus Flaminius." In Transactions of the American Philological Association 126: 287-306.

Flory, Marleen B. 1995.
"The Deification of Roman Women." In The Ancient History Bulletin 9.3-4:127-134.

Flory, Marleen B. 1993.
"Livia and the History of Public Honorific Statues for Women in Rome." In Transactions of the American Philological Association 123: 287-308.

Fögen, Thorsten and Mireille M. Lee (eds.). 2009.
Bodies and Boundaries in Graeco-Roman Antiquity. Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter. ISBN 9783110212525.

For a review of this book, see BMCR 2011.01.19.

Fögen, Thorsten. 2007.
"Statius' Roman Penelope: Exemplarity, Praise and Gender in Silvae 3.5. Philologus 151: 256-72.

Foka, Anna, Jonas Liliequist(eds.). 2015.
Laughter, Humor, and the (Un)Making of Gender: historical and Cultural Perspectives. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Forbis, Elizabeth P. 1990.
"Women's Public Image in Italian Honorary Inscriptions." In American Journal of Archaeology 3.4. 493-512.

The personal and domestic virtues of women are often described on their tombstones. However, Forbis examines Italian honorary inscriptions in the first three centuries CE and shows that members of Italian municipalities represented aristocratic women in a very different manner from the formulaic way they are portrayed on epitaphs. Honorary inscriptions emphasize the public generosity and wealth of elite women who became public benefactresses. Forbis observes that in the later decades of this period, as the number of male benefactors decreased, the importance of female benefactors increased.

Foubert, Lien. 2016.
"Crowded and emptied houses as status markers of aristocratic women in Rome: the literary commonplace of the domus frequentata ." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity 6:129-150.

Foxhall, Lin. 2013.
Studying Gender in Classical Antiquity. Key themes in ancient history. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521557399.

For a review of this book and its contents see BMCR 2014.05.23.

Frangoulidis, Stavros. 2008.
Witches, Isis and Narrative: Approaches to Magic in Apuleius' Metamorphoses. Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter.

For a review of this book and its contents see BMCR 2009.06.33.

Fraschetti, Augusto, (ed.). 2001.
Roman Women. Translated by Linda Lappin. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

For a list of the articles and a review see BMCR 2001.10.13.

French, Valerie. 1986, 1987.
"Midwives and Maternity Care in the Roman World." In Rescuing Creusa: New Methodological Approaches to Women in Antiquity. Edited by Marilyn Skinner, 69-84. Helios New Series 13 (2). Lubbock, TX: Texas Technical University Press.

French, Valerie. Autumn 1990.
"What is Central for the Study of Women in Antiquity?" In Helios 17.2: 213-220.

Fulkerson, Laurel. Spring 2003.
"Chain(ed) Mail: Hypermestra and the Dual Readership of Heroides 14." In Transactions of the American Philological Association 133.1: 123-146.

Futre Pinheiro, Marilia P., Marilyn B. Skinner, Froma I. Zeitlin (edd). 2012.
Narrating Desire: Eros, Sex, and Gender in the Ancient Novel. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.

For a list of the articles and a review see BMCR 2014.12.18.

Garani, M. 2011.
"Revisiting Tarpeia's Myth in Propertius (IV.4)." In Leeds International Classical Studies 10.3:1-22.

Gardner, Hunter H. Spring 2007.
"Ariadne's Lament: The Semiotic Impulse of Catullus 64." In Transactions of the American Philological Association 137.1: 147-179.

Gardner, Hunter H. 2008.
"Women's Time in the Remedia Amoris." In Latin Elegy and Narrativity: Fragments of a Story. Edited by G. Liveley and P. Salzman-Mitchell. Columbus: Ohio State University Press.

Gardner, Hunter H. 2013.
Gendering Time in Augustan Love Elegy. Oxford: University Press.

Gardner, Jane F. 1986.
Women in Roman Law and Society. London: Croom Helm.

Gardner, Jane F. 1998.
The Family and Familia in Roman Law and Life. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Gardner, Jane F. and Thomas Wiedemann. 1991.
The Roman Household: a sourcebook. London & New York: Routledge.

Garlick, B., S. Dixon and P. Allen, (eds). 1992.
Stereotypes of Women in Power. Historical Perspectives and Revisionist Views. New York: Greenwood Press (Contributions in Women's Studies 125).

Garman, Alex G. 2008.
The Cult of the Matronae in the Roman Rhineland: An Historical Evaluation of the Archaeological Evidence. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press.

For a review of the book, see BMCR 2009.10.37

George, Michele. 2003.
"Race, Racism, and Status: Images of Black Slaves in the Roman Empire." In Syllecta Classica 14. 161-185, 8 b/w.

George points out that images of black slaves evoked exotic locales and signified their masters' wealth and social status. Black slaves were also thought to have apotropaic powers. Though the article is on black slaves generally, one of the illustrations shows black slaves who may be women.

George, Michele, ed. 2005.
The Roman Family in the Empire: Rome, Italy, and Beyond. New York: Oxford University Press.

For a review of the book, see BMCR 2009.01.38

Gillespie, Caitlin. Spring 2015.
"The Wolf and the Hare: Boudica's Political Bodies in Tacitus and Dio." In Classical World 108.2.403-429.

Gillison, Linda W. 2003.
"Agrippina laborum periculorum socia." In Syllecta Classica 14.121-141.

Gillison analyzes Tacitus' presentation of Agrippina and how he uses his depiction of Thusnelda and other German women as comparanda to represent the maternal and wifely virtues valued during the Republic. In doing so, Tacitus dissociates Agrippina from her father-in-law Tiberius in order to link her more closely to her husband.

Ginsburg, Judith. 2006.
Representing Agrippina: Constructions of Female Power in the Early Roman Empire. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the American Philological Association.

Glendenning, Ellen. 2010
"Heroic Female Death in Tacitus’ Annals 14 and 15." In Zero to Hero, Hero to Zero: In Search of the Classical Hero. Edited by Lydia Langwerf and Cressida Ryan. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

This essay focuses on the funerary altar of Julia Secunda and Cornelia Tyche. For a review of the book, see BMCR 2011.12.42.

Gloyn, Liz. 2017.
The Ethics of the Family in Seneca. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press.

See especially Ch. 1 "Model Mothers," Ch 3 on De Matrimonio. For a review of this book see BMCR 2017.05.33.

Gold, Barbara. 1998.
"The House I Live In Is Not My Own: women's bodies in Juvenal's Satires." In Arethusa 3: 369-86.

Gold, Barbara K. 2011.
"Gender Fluidity and Closure in Perpetua’s Prison Diary." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, issue 1. Edited by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Judith Hallett.

Gordon, Arthur E. 1983.
Illustrated Introduction to Latin Epigraphy. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press.

Gordon, Pamela. 2012.
The Invention and Gendering of Epicurus. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2012.12.23.

Grebe, Sabine. 2003.
"Marriage and Exile: Cicero's letters to Terentia." In Helios 30: 127-46.

Green, C.M.C. 2006.
Roman Religion and the Cult of Diana at Aricia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2007.10.49.

Greene, Ellen. 1998.
The Erotics of Domination: Male Desire and the Mistress in Latin Love Poetry. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Greene, Ellen and Ronnie Ancona, (eds). 2005.
Gendered Dynamics in Latin Love Poetry. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

For a review of this book and a list of the articles it contains see BMCR 2007.12.40.

Grubbs , Judith. 2002.
Women and the Law in the Roman Empire: a sourcebook on marriage, divorce, and widowhood. London & NY: Routledge.

Gutzwiller, Kathryn. 2004.
"Gender and Inscribed Epigram: Herennia Procula and the Thespian Eros." In Transactions of the American Philological Association 134: 383-418.

Gutzwiller argues persuasively that the Herennia Procula who wrote and signed an elegiac couplet in Greek about Praxiteles' statue of Eros on a marble statue base at Thespiae is a well-educated writer and the same Herennia Procula who, as a member of the wealthy Roman family well-known in Thessalonica through the 3rd century CE, the gens Herennia, dedicated columns in 66/67 CE to a local religious guild in memory of her father.

Habinek, Thomas. 1998.
The Politics of Latin Literature: Writing, identity, and empire in ancient Rome. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Haines-Eitzen, Kim. 2000.
“ Girls Trained for Beautiful Writing: Female Scribes in Roman Antiquity.” In Guardians of Letters: Literacy, Power, and the Transmitters of Early Christian Literature, pp. 41-52. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press

Scholarly discussion of scribes has focused on male scribes, in some part because scholars are unaware that evidence exists for the role of female scribes inproducing, transmitting, and disseminating ancient literature. Imperial textual and epigraphic evidence for female scribes (scriba, libraria) indicates that “they almost invariably work for female masters.” Both freedwomen and slave women served as scribes and in addition to clerical work, engaged in the copying of manuscripts; there is no evidence, however, of their holding official scribal positions; with one possible exception they all were employed privately. Though pre-Christian references to Roman female scribes is scarce, with the rise of Christian monasticism, there is much clearer evidence for female scribes and the type of work they did, which included copying of Christian texts.

Hallett, Judith P. 1984.
Fathers and Daughters in Roman Society: Women and the elite family. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Hallett, Judith P. 1973.
"The Role of Women in Roman Elegy: Counter-Cultural Feminism." In Arethusa 6: 103-24.

Hallett, Judith P. 1977.
"Perusinae Glandes and the Changing Image of Augustus." In American Journal of Ancient History 2: 151-171.

Hallett, Judith P. 1989.
"Women as 'Same' and 'Other' in Classical Roman Elite." In Helios 16: 59-78.

Hallett, Judith P. 1999.
“Women in the Ancient Roman World." In Women´s Roles in Ancient Civilizations. Edited by Bella Vivante, 259-289. Westport, CT and London: Greenwood Press.

Hallett, Judith P. 2011.
"Scenarios of Sulpiciae: moral discourses and immoral verses." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, issue 1. Edited by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Judith Hallett.

Hallett, Judith P. 2013.
"Intersections of Gender and Genre: Sexualizing the Puella in Roman comedy, lyric and elegy." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, issue 3. Edited by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Judith Hallett.

Hallett, Judith P. and Marilyn B. Skinner. 1997.
Roman Sexualities. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Harlow, Mary, (ed). 2012.
Dress and Identity. Oxford: Archeopress.

Contents: 1) Dress and Identity: an Introduction (Mary Harlow); 2) Costume as Text (Zvezdana Dode); 3) Veiling the Spartan Woman (Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones); 4) Dressing to Please Themselves: Clothing Choices for Roman Women (Mary Harlow); 5) The Archaeology of Adornment and the Toilet in Roman Britain and Gaul (Ellen Swift); 6) Dress and Cultural Identity in the Roman Empire (Ursula Rothe); 7) Investigating the Emperor’s Toga: Privileging Images on Roman Coins (Ray Laurence); 8) Anglo-Saxon Woman: Fame, Anonymity, Identity and Clothing (Gale R. Owen-Crocker); 9) Representing Hierarchy and Homosociality: Vestments and Gender in Medieval Scotland (Penelope Dransart); 10) Cosmetics and Perfumes in the Roman World: A Glossary (Susan Stewart); 11) The Social Life of Museum Textiles: Some Comments on the Late Antique and Early Medieval Collection in the Ure Museum at the University of Reading (Anthea Harris).

Harlow, Mary and Marie-Louise Nosch, (eds). 2014.
Greek and Roman Textiles and Dress: An Interdisciplinary Anthology. Ancient textiles series, 19. Oxford; Philadeophia: Oxbow Books.

For a review of this book and a list of the articles it contains see BMCR 2016.02.24.

Harper, James. April, 1972.
"Slaves and Freedmen in Imperial Rome." In American Journal of Philology 93. 2: 341-342.

Harper discusses how short the average lifespan for the average Roman was, e.g. for a freedman it was about 25 years and for a slave 17 years. He notes that female slaves lived almost a year longer than their male counterparts.

Harris, W. V. 1999.
"Demography, Geography and the Sources of Roman Slaves." In The Journal of Roman Studies 89: 62-75.

Harris discusses the question of where large slave owners obtained new slaves. He particularly examines the theory of "self-replacement," that the birth rate of slaves was sufficiently high as to be a major source of new slaves. He points out some questions in establishing the fertility rate of slaves, e.g. how large the slave population was in any given period and in any section of the empire; what the ratio of male to female slaves was; whether there was a difference in mortality rate of male to female slave infants and children. He estimates that the slave percentage of the population was between 16 and 20 percent. He argues that the fertility of slave women was affected by several factors which undercut the theory of "self-replacement," such as that there was a longer period between pregnancies of slave women than the Roman women, due to nursing slave women nursing their children, during which time they were more likely not to conceive again. Furthermore, male slaves outnumbered females, and, as more male slaves were imported into the empire (there were more tasks for male slaves than female), the ratio between the sexes was skewed toward the male. The fact that slave owners tried seriously to encourage the fertility of slaves points to the weakness of the self-replacement theory. Harris concludes that the self-replacement theory is improbable in the "high Roman Empire."

Harvey, Brian K. 2004.
Roman Lives: ancient Roman life as illustrated by Latin inscriptions. Newburyport, MA: Focus.

Hauser, Emily. 2016.
"Optima tu proprii nominis auctor:The semantics of female authorship in ancient Rome, from Sulpicia to Proba ." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity 6: 151-186.

Hawley, R., B. Levick, (eds). 1995.
Women in Antiquity: New Assessments. London: Routledge.

Hejduk, Julia Dyson. 2012.
The Passion of Perpetua and Felicity. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199777570.

For a review of this book and its contents see BMCR 2013.01.58.

Heffernan, Thomas J. 2008.
Clodia: A Sourcebook. Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture v. 33. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. Pp. 269. ISBN 9780806139074.

Hemelrijk, Emily A. 1999.
Matrona Docta: Educated Women in the Roman Elite from Cornelia to Julia Domna. London, NY: Routledge.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2002.07.32.

Hemelrijk, Emily A. 2004.
"City Patronesses in the Roman Empire." In Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte 53.2: 209-245.

Hemelrijk examines the role of women as city patronesses in terms of the nature and function of municipal patronage. She notes that this position is relatively rare in the western part of the Roman Empire, including northern Africa, and identifies 19 women of high rank (14 senatorial, 2 equestrian, 1 decurial). She discusses why a woman would be asked to hold this position, how she was chosen and the ramifications of her assent to it. She questions was it merely honorific or were there certain responsibilities and expectations? She considers how a woman negotiated attaining and filling so prominent a position in her community in light of the domesticity and reluctance for public display that a matrona, according to literary record, was traditionally supposed to embrace.

Hemelrijk, Emily A. 2004.
"Masculinity and Femininity in the Laudatio Turiae." In Classical Quarterly 54.1: 183-197.

Hemelrijk, Emily A. 2005.
“Priestesses of the Imperial Cult in the Latin West: Titles and Functions.” In L’Antiquité classique 74: 137-170.

Hemmelrijk discusses whether there is a difference between a flaminica and a sacerdos; the marital status of a flaminica; her selection or election and term of office; her duties in regard to the imperial cult; her social status and social mobility.

Hemelrijk, Emily A. 2007.
“Local Empresses: Priestesses of the Imperial Cult in the Cities of the Latin West.” In Phoenix 61. 3/4: 318-349 (2 B&W illustrations).

Focusing on the imperial female priesthoods, Hemelrijk argues that they are not modeled upon the flaminica Dialis of the Republic, as other scholars have assumed, but take the empress herself as their model. She discusses the relationship between Rome and towns re: these imperial female priesthoods, the rituals that these priestesses may have conducted, their priestly garb, and how these priestesses were visually represented.

Hemelrijk, Emily A. 2012.
"Fictive Motherhood and Female Authority in Roman Cities." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, issue 2. Edited by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Judith Hallett.

Hemelrijk, Emily A. 2015.
Hidden Lives, Public Personae: Women and Civic Life in the Roman West. Oxford, NY: Oxford University Press.

For a review of this book and its contents see BMCR 2017.02.12 and CJ-Online 2016.10.01.

Hemelrijk, Emily and Greg Woolf (ed.). 2013.
Women and the Roman City in the Latin West. Mnemosyne Supplements. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity, 360. Leiden; Boston: Brill. ISBN 9789004255944.

For a review of this book and its contents see BMCR 2014.05.60.

Henderson, John. Spring 2007.
"Bringing It All Back Home: Togetherness in Statius Silvae 3.5." In Arethusa 40. 2: 245-277. Special Issue: Statius' sSilvae and the Poetics of Intimacy. Guest editors Antony Augoustakis and Carole E. Newlands.

Hersch, Karen K. 2010.
The Roman Wedding: Ritual and Meaning in Antiquity. New York: Cambridge University Press.

For a review of this book and its contents see BMCR 2011.03.62.

Hersch, Karen K. 2009.
"Ethnicity and the Costume of the Roman Bride ." In Gender Identities in Italy in the First Millennium BC. Edited by Edward Herring and Kathryn Lomas. British Archaeological Reports. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Hersch, Karen K. Winter 2013-14.
"Introduction to the Roman Wedding: Two Case Studies." In The Classical Journal 109.2:223-232.

Hersch, Karen K. Spring 2007.
"Violentilla Victa ." In Arethusa 40. 2: 197-205. Special Issue: Statius's Silvae and the Poetics of Intimacy. Guest editors Antony Augoustakis and Carole E. Newlands.

Heyob, Sharon Kelly. 1975.
The Cult of Isis Among Women in the Greco-Roman World. Leiden: Brill.

Hoffer, Stanley E. 1999.
The Anxieties of Pliny the Younger. Atlanta: Scholars Press.

Holland, Lora L. 2008.
Diana Feminarum Tutela?: the Case of Noutrix Paperia.” In Collection Latomus, Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History 14: 95-115.

The article concerns the inscription by the nurse Paperia on a votive spearpoint, dedicated at Diana's sanctuary at Lake Nemi.

Holland, Lora L. 2008.
“Euclio’s Solitary Slave: Staphyla in Plautus’ Aulularia.” In New England Classical Journal (NECJ) 35.1: 21-30.

The article is about the role of the nurse Staphyla in Plautus' Aulularia.

Holleran, Claire. 2012.
Shopping in Ancient Rome: The Retail Trade in the Late Republic and the Principate. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199698219

For a review of this book and its contents see BMCR 2013.02.51.

Holloway, R. Ross. Winter 2013-2014.
"A Cover-up in Early Roman History: Fabia Minor and the Sextian-Licinian Reforms." In The Classical Journal 109.2:139-146.

Hong, Yurie. 2013.
"Paedagogus: Teaching Rape Texts in Classical Literature." In Classical World 106.4: 669-687.

Hope, Valerie M. 2011.
"Remembering to Mourn: Personal Mementos of the Dead in Ancient Rome." In Memory and Mourning: Studies on Roman Death, pp. 176-195. Edited by Valerie M. Hope and Janet Huskinson. Oxford/Oakville, CT: Oxbow Books.

The article focuses on the funerary inscription for Allia Potestas. For a review of the collection of essays, see BMCR 2011.10.59.

Hopkins, M.K. 1965.
"The Age of Roman Girls at Marriage ." In Population Studies 18.3: 309-327.

Hubbard, Thomas K., ed. 2014.
A Companion to Greek and Roman Sexualities. Maiden, MA: Oxford; Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

For a review of this book, see BMCR 2014.09.06

Hughes, Lisa A. July, 2007.
“Unveiling the Veil: Cultic, Status, and Ethnic Representations of Early Imperial Freedwomen.” In Material Religion 3.2: 218-241.

Huskinson, Janet. 2011.
"Bad Deaths, Better Memories." In Memory and Mourning: Studies on Roman Death, pp. 113-125. Edited by Valerie M. Hope and Janet Huskinson. Oxford/Oakville, CT: Oxbow Books.

The article focuses on the mother-daughter altar for Julia Secunda and Cornelia Tyche. For a review of the collection of essays, see BMCR 2011.10.59.

Israelowich, Ido. 2015.
Patients and Healers in the High Roman Empire. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press.

See especially Chapters 3-5 "The Domus and Reproduction." For a review of the book, see BMCR 2015.08.05

James, Sharon L. 2001.
"The Economics of Roman Elegy: Voluntary Poverty, the Recusatio, and the Greedy Girl." In American Journal of Philology 122. 223-53.

James, Sharon L. 2003.
Learned Girls and Male Persuasion: Gender and Reading in Roman Love Elegy. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press.

James, Sharon L. Spring 2003.
"Her Turn to Cry: The Politics of Weeping in Roman Love Elegy." In Transactions of the American Philological Association 133.1: 99-122.

James, Sharon L. 2005.
"Effeminate Elegy, Comic Women, and the Gender of Language: Recovering a Female Voice in Latin." Paper contributed to APA Seminar "The Gender of Latin." Boston.

James, Sharon L. 2016.
"Fallite Fallentes : Rape and Intertextuality in Terence’s Eunuchus and Ovid’s Ars amatoria." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity 6: 86-111.

James, Sharon L. and Sheila Dillon (eds.) 2012.
A Companion to Women in the Ancient World. Malden, Ma., Oxford, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

For a review of the book, see BMCR 2012.11.46 and CJ~Online 2013.05.03.

Johnson, Marguerite. 2016.
Ovid on Cosmetics: ‘Medicamina Faciei Femineae’ and Related Texts. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic.

For a review of the book, see BMCR 2016.10.17 .

Johnson, Marguerite and Terry Ryan. 2005.
Sexuality in Greek and Roman Society and Literature. New York: Routledge.

This sourcebook of translated poetry, inscriptions, and documents provides a variety of texts through which students may explore the nature of sexuality in antiquity. A short but helpful introduction gives a sociological background to sexuality in Greece and Rome. Texts are arranged under the following topics: the divine sphere; beauty; marriage; prostitution; same-sex relationships; sex and violence; anxiety and repulsion; aids and handbooks. The book provides a valuable glossary of Roman sexual terms (e.g. adulterium, cultus; cinaedus). There are eleven BW photos, primarily evidence for Greek sexuality.

Jones, Prudence J. 2006.
Cleopatra: A Sourcebook. Norman OK: Oklahoma University Press. 345 pp. Paper.

Jones, Prudence. 2015.
"Rewriting Power: Zenobia, Aurelian, and the Historia Augusta." In Classical World 109.2:221-233.

Joshel, Sandra R. 1992a.
"The Body Female and the Body Politic: Livy's Lucretia and Verginia." In Pornography and Representation in Greece and Rome. Edited by Amy Richlin, 112-30. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. Reprinted in Sexuality and Gender in the Classical World. Edited by Laura K. McClure, 163-187. Oxford: Blackwell.

Joshel, Sandra R. Autumn, 1995.
"Female Desire and the Discourse of Empire: Tacitus's Messalina." In Signs 21.1: 50-82.

Joshel, Sandra R. 1992b.
Work, Identity, and Legal Status at Rome: a study of the occupational inscriptions. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

Joshel, Sandra R. and Sheila Murnaghan (eds.). 1989.
Women and Slaves in Greco-Roman Culture: Differential Equations. London and New York: Routledge.

The anthology offers 14 valuable essays on the topic; those focused on Roman women are: Saller's "Symbols of gender and status hierarchies in the Roman household," Rei's "Villains, wives, and slaves in the comedies of Plautus," Clark's "Women, slaves and the hierarchies of domestic violence: The family of St. Augustine," Connolly's "Mastering corruption: Constructions of identity in Roman oratory," Parker's "Loyal slaves and loyal wives," McCarthy's "Servitium amoris: Amor servitii." For a review see BMCR 1999.05.18.

Kajanto, Iiro. 1965.
The Latin Cognomina. Helsinki.

Kampen, Natalie Boymel. 2009.
Family Fictions in Roman Art: Essays on the Representation of Powerful People. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press.

Chapter 1: LIVIA AS WIDOW; Chapter 2: TRAJAN AS FATHER; Chapter 3: POLYDEUKION AS TROPHIMUS; Chapter 4: SEVERAN BROTHERS; Chapter 5: TETRARCHS AND FICTIVE KINSHIP; Chapter 6: STILICHO’S TROUBLED KINSHIP. For a review see BMCR 2010.02.60

Kampen, Natalie Boymel. 1981.
Image and Status: Roman working women in Ostia. Berlin: Mann.

Kampen, Natalie Boymel. 1993.
"Social Status and Gender in Roman Art: The Case of the Saleswoman." In Roman Art in Context: An Anthology. Edited by Eve D'Ambra, 115-132. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-13-781808-4. 247 pp., 97 b/w. Glossary, bibliography

Kampen explores the relation of gender and status in visual images of Roman working people to show how these interacted as determinants of visual images. She pays particular attention to visual imaging of Roman saleswomen to show how their social position helped shape their iconography in Roman art. She compares the different receptions of images of men's work and women's work: while images of men's work are plentiful and popular, enhancing the social status of the worker, women workers were seldom commemorated visually and their work tended to be either invisible or based on iconographies and models arising from role, gender and status.

Kapparis, K. 2002.
Abortion in the Ancient World. London: Duckworth.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2003.01.35.

Keegan, Peter. 2008.
"Turia, Lepidus, and Rome's Epigraphic Environment." In Studia Humaniora Tartuensia 9.A.1.

Keith, A. M. 2000.
Engendering Rome: Women in Latin Epic. New York: Cambridge University Press.

For a review of this book see BMCR 2000.06.23.

Keith, A. M. 2006.
"Women's Networks in Vergil's Aeneid." In Dictynna 3: 2-13.

Keith, A. M. 2009.
"The Lay of the Land in Ovid’s Perseid (Met.4.610-5.249)." In Classical World 102.3 (Spring): 259-272.

Keith, Alison. 2008.
"Lament in Lucan's BELLVM CIVILE." In Lament: Studies in the Ancient Mediterranean and Beyond, pp. 233-257. Edited by Ann Suter. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.

The author discusses how Lucan fulfills the "audience's expectation of lamentation as a female genre, and . . . a wifely obligation. . . . " She concludes " . . . .Lucan affirms the power of women's lamentation in ancient Rome and the central role of Cornelia in the commemoration of Pompey." For a review of this chapter (11) and the entire book, see BMCR 2008.10.26.

Keith, Alison. 2011.
"Lycoris Galli/Volumnia Cytheris: a Greek Courtesan in Rome ." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, issue 1. Edited by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Judith Hallett.

Keith, Alison. 2013.
"Sexus muliebris in Flavian Epic." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, issue 3. Edited by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Judith Hallett.

Keith, A. M. and Jonathan Edmondson, (eds). 2016.
Roman Literary Cultures: Domestic Politics, Revolutionary Poetics, Civic Spectacle. Phoenix Supplementary Volumes, 55. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

For a review of this festschrist for R. Elaine Fantham see Classical World 110.3 (Spring 2017) .

Keppie, Lawrence. 1991.
Understanding Roman Inscriptions. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

King, K. L., ed. 1997.
Women and Goddess Traditions in Antiquity and Today. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

Kleiner, Diana E. E. 2005.
Cleopatra and Rome. Cambrideg, MA, and London: The Belknap Press/Harvard University Press.

Kleiner, Diana E. E. and Susan B. Matheson (eds.). 1996.
I, Claudia: women in ancient Rome. New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery. Distributed by the University of Texas Press, Austin.

This 1996 exhibition was the first comprehensive overview of the lives of Roman women as reflected in Roman art. The catalogue contains a number of essays and B&W illustrations of exhibit items, and some supplementary color illustrations. The essays are annotated under the authors' names in the Companion bibliography and include: Natalie B. Kampen, "Gender Theory in Roman Art"; Diana E. E. Kleiner, "Imperial Women as Patrons of the Arts in the Early Empire"; Klaus Fittschen, "Courtly Portraits of Women in the Era of the Adoptive Emperors (AD 98-180) and their Reception in Roman Society"; Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, "Engendering the Roman House"; Susan Treggiari, "Women in Roman Society:' Gordon Williams, "Representations of Roman women in Literature"; Susan B. Matheson, "The Divine Claudia: Women as Goddesses in Roman Art." The catalog also includes genealogy charts (Augustus and the Julio-Claudian dynasty; Trajan, Hadrian, and the Antonine dynasty; and the Severan dynasty); a glossary, suggestions for further reading; and a selected bibliography.

Kleiner, Diana E. E. and Susan B. Matheson (eds.). 2000.
I, Claudia II: Women in Roman art and society. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Volume II provides additional essays for the significant 1996 exhibition on Roman women. The essays are illustrated with a number of b/w photos. A selected bibliography is included. The essays are annotated under the authors' names in the Companion bibliography and include: "Her Parents Gave Her the Name Claudia," Diana E. E. Kleiner and Susan B. Matheson; "Livia to Helena: Women in Power, Women in the Provinces," Cornelius C. Vermeule III; "Livia: Portrait and Propaganda, " Rolf Winkes; "Family Ties: Mothers and Sons in Elite and Non-Elite Roman Art," Diana E. E. Kleiner; "Just Window Dressing? Imperial Women as Architectural Sculpture," Mary T. Boatwright; "Mortals, Empresses, and Earth goddesses: Demeter and Persephone in Public and Private Apotheosis," Susan Wood; "Nudity and Adornment in Female Portrait Sculpture of the Second Century AD," Eve D'Ambra; "Jewelry for the Unmarried," Andrew Oliver; "The Elder Claudia: Older Women in Roman Art," Susan B. Matheson; "Marriage Egyptian Style," Diana Delia; "Widows Too Young in their Widowhood," Ann Ellis Hanson.

Kleiner, Diana E. E. 1987.
"Women and Family Life on Roman Imperial Funerary Altars." In Latomus 46: 545-554.

Knapp, Robert . 2011.
Invisible Romans. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

For a review see BMCR 2012.07.03.

Knorr, Ortwin. Spring 2006.
"Horace's Ship Ode (Odes 1.14) in Context: A Metaphorical Love-Triangle." In Transactions of the American Philological Association 136.1: 149-169.

Koloski-Ostrow, Ann Olga and Claire L. Lyons. 1997.
Naked Truths: Women, Sexuality and Gender in Classical Art and Archaeology. London/New York: Routledge.

For a review see BMCR 1999.03.03.

Kokkinos, Nikos. 1992.
Antonia Augusta: Portrait of a Great Roman Lady. London: Routledge.

Kondoleon, Christine, and Phoebe C. Segal (eds.) . 2011.
Aphrodite and the Gods of Love. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts Publications.

Kraemer, Ross S. 1992.
Her Share of the Blessings: Women's Religions Among Pagans, Jews, and Christians in the Greco-Roman World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kraemer, Ross S. 1988.
Maenads, Martyrs, Matrons, Monastics: a sourcebook on women's religions in the Greco-Roman world. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

Kraemer, Ross Shepard. 2010.
Unreliable Witnesses: Religion, Gender, and History in the Greco-Roman Mediterranean. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kraemer, Ross S. and Mary R. D'Angelo. 1999.
Women & Christian Origins. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Kraemer, Ross S. 2004.
Women's Religions in the Greco-Roman World: a sourcebook. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Kragelund, Patrick. 2016.
Roman Historical Drama: The Octavia in Antiquity and Beyond. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

For a review see BMCR 2011.10.46.

Kunst, Christiane . 2005.
"Ornamenta Uxoria. Badges of Rank or Jewellery of Roman Wives?" In Medieval History Journal 8. 1: 127-142.

This article aims at a critical assessment of Roman jewellery and its social function. The literary sources in general take a moralising stance towards jewellery and the external appearance of women, particularly of those from families of the nobility. An analysis of legal and pictorial evidence shows that the ornamenta uxoria had more than a decorative function. They clearly indicated wealth, rank and merit. Furthermore, a change of function from republican to imperial times can be detected: during the republic, a noblewoman's ornamenta were indicative of the status of her family (gens). Later, in imperial times, women were allowed ornamenta for individual merits (motherhood being first among them).

Laes , Christian. 2011 (English translation; Dutch original 2006).
Children in the Roman Empire: Outsiders Within. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

The author notes early on (p. 2) that girls are absent in the sources, though he has tried to represent them where possible. He directs the reader to the chapters (5 and 6) on labor and sexuality, but there too they are hardly present. Chapter 3 on Early Childhood includes information about the women --mothers, nurses, and midwives -- central to the early existence of a Roman child. For a review see BMCR 2011.10.46.

Laes, Christian, Ville Vuolanto, (eds.). 2017.
Children and Everyday Life in the Roman and Late Antique World. London; New York: Routledge.

For a review see BMCR 2017.08.49. Essays that expressly address gender: 6. Being a niece or nephew: Children’s social environment in Roman Oxyrhynchos (April Pudsey and Ville Vuolanto) 79; 8. Roman girls and boys at play: Realities and representations (Fanny Dolansky) 116; 18. Listening for the voices of two disabled girls in early Christian literature (Anna Rebecca Solevåg) 287

LaFollette, Laetitia. 1994, 2001.
"The Costume of the Roman Bride." In The World of Roman Costume. Edited by Judith Lynn Sebesta and Larissa Bonfante, 54-64, 6 bw. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. ISBN 0-299-13854-2.

La Follette analyzes in detail the elements of the Roman bridal costume: tunica recta, flammeum, and the bridal coiffure. As the Vestal Virgin also dressed her hair in a manner similar to the bride's, La Follette examines portrait heads of Vestals to reconstruct the coiffure. La Follette demonstrates how all elements of the bridal costume are connected with the Flaminica Dialis and the Vestal Virgins.

Langford, Julie. 2013.
Maternal Megalomania: Julia Domna and the Imperial Politics of Motherhood. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Langlands, Rebecca. 2006.
Sexual Morality in Ancient Rome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. viii, 399.

The book is notable for its close study of the range of meanings of pudicitia, its focus on women as moral subjects in Latin literature, and its use of illustrative texts from Valerius Maximus.

Lateiner, Donald J. 2013
Gendered and Gendering Insults and Compliments in the Latin Novels." In EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, issue 3. Edited by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Judith Hallett.

Leach, Eleanor Winsor. 2007.
"Claudia Quinta (Pro Caelio 34) and an Altar to Magna Mater." In Dictynna 4: 1-12.

Leach, Eleanor Winsor . 2008.
"Hypermestra's Querela: Coopting the Danaids in Horace Ode 3.11 and in Augustan Rome." In Classical World 102.1.

Leen, Anne. 2000-2001.
"Clodia Oppugnatrix: The Domus Motif in Cicero’s Pro Caelio." In The Classical Journal 96.2: 141-162.

Lefkowitz, Mary R. and Maureen B. Fant. 2005.
Women's Life in Greece and Rome. A Source Book in Translation. 3d. ed. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 0-8018-8310-5. 420 pp. 22 b/w plates.

The source book is comprised of 452 readings that illuminate the lives of women of Greece and Rome, from the sixth century BCE through the late fourth century CE. The selections are arranged in broad themes: Women's Voices, Men's Opinions, Philosophers on the Role of Women, Legal Status in the Greek World, Legal Status in the Roman World, Public Life, Public Life, Occupations, Medicine and Anatomy, Religion. There are sub-topics within each theme. Generally Greek and Roman sources are grouped together. The collection includes Christian sources. Notes on the selections, bibliography, and indices are in the back of the book. The third edition includes 73 additional sources, with notes, in an appendix keyed to the themes in women's lives, and an updated bibliography. Selections from the second edition are posted at Diotima. For a review of the fourth edition see BMCR 2017.05.23

Lelis, Arnold A., William A. Percy, and Beert C. Verstraete. 2003.
The Age of Marriage in Ancient Rome. Lewiston, Queenston, Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press.

For a review, see BMCR 2006.05.29

Leeming, David. 2014.
Medusa: In the Mirror of Time. London: Reaktion Books. ISBN 9781780230955.

For a review of the book and its contents, see BMCR 2014.08.09.

Levick, Barbara. 2007.
Julia Domna, Syrian Empress. London and New York: Routledge.

Levick, Barbara. 2014.
Faustina I and II: Imperial Women of the Golden Age. Oxford: University Press.

For a review of this book and its contents, see BMCR 2014.07.32 and CJ 111.2.246-8.

Levin-Richardson, Sarah. February/March 2013.
"Futata sum Hic: Female subjectivity and Agency in Pompeian Sexual Graffiti." In The Classical Journal 108.3: 319-345.

Libatique, Daniel. 2015.
"A Narratological Investigation of Ovid's Medea: Met.7.1-424." In Classical World 109.1.

Lindheim, Sara H. 2008.
Mail and Female: Epistolary Narrative and Desire in Ovid's Heroides. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Lindner, Molly M. 2015.
Portraits of the Vestal Virgins, Priestesses of Ancient Rome. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

For a review of this book and its contents, see BMCR 2016.04.49.

Loven, Lena L. 1998.
"Lanam Fecit: woolworking and female virtue." In Aspects of Women in Antiquity: proceedings of the First Nordic Symposium on Women's Lives in Antiquity. Goteborg, 12-15 June 1997. Edited by Lena L. Loven and Agneta Stromberg, pp. 85-95. Jonsered.

Loven, Lena Larsson and Agneta Stromberg (eds). 2007.
Public Roles and Personal Status: Men and Women in Antiquity. Proceedings of the Third Nordic Symposium on Gender and Women's History in Antiquity. Sävedalen : Paul Åströms förlag.

See especially: Etruscan women and power / Annette Rathje; Women in Estruscan tomb-painting / Charlotte Scheffer; Late Etruscan sarcophagi as expressions of status for women and men / Marjatta Nielsen; How to be a great Roman lady : images of Cornelia in ancient literary tradition / Marja-Leena Hänninen; Public roles and personal status : the case of Antonia Minor / Lena Larsson Lovén; Gendered identities and the conformity of male-female vartues on Roman mythological sarcophagi / Inge Lyse Hansen; The changing role of the vestal virgins / Katariian Mustakallio.

Loven, Lena Larsson and Agneta Stromberg (ed). 2010.
Ancient Marriage in Myth and Reality. Tyne & Wear, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

The volume contains thirteen articles under three headings: "I. Ancient Marriage in Myth, Legend, and Literature"; "II. Planning the Marriage, Wedding Ceremonies and Symbolism"; "III. Marriage in Etruscan, Greek and Roman Funerary Iconography." Among the contributors are Judith Evans-Grubbs, Karen K. Hersch, and Glenys Davies, as well as the editor Lena Larsson Loven.

Loven, Lena Larssom. 2016.
"Women, Trade, and Production in the Urban Centres of Roman Italy." In Urban Craftsmen and Traders in the Roman World. Oxford studies on the Roman economy.

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    Daisuke Ito.

    Initial Posting: December 6, 2005; Last Revision: June 7, 2012.

  • Baller-Gerold Syndrome

    Lionel Van Maldergem.

    Initial Posting: August 13, 2007; Last Update: June 7, 2011.

  • Baraitser-Winter Cerebrofrontofacial Syndrome

    Alain Verloes, Séverine Drunat, Daniela Pilz, and Nataliya Di Donato.

    Initial Posting: November 19, 2015.

  • Bardet-Biedl Syndrome

    Elizabeth Forsythe and Philip L Beales.

    Initial Posting: July 14, 2003; Last Revision: April 23, 2015.

  • Barth Syndrome

    Carlos Ferreira, Reid Thompson, and Hilary Vernon.

    Initial Posting: October 9, 2014.

  • Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome

    Cheryl Shuman, J Bruce Beckwith, and Rosanna Weksberg.

    Initial Posting: March 3, 2000; Last Update: August 11, 2016.

  • Berardinelli-Seip Congenital Lipodystrophy

    Lionel Van Maldergem.

    Initial Posting: September 8, 2003; Last Update: December 8, 2016.

  • Best Vitelliform Macular Dystrophy

    Ian M MacDonald and Thomas Lee.

    Initial Posting: September 30, 2003; Last Update: December 12, 2013.

  • Beta-Propeller Protein-Associated Neurodegeneration

    Allison Gregory, Manju A Kurian, Tobias Haack, Susan J Hayflick, and Penelope Hogarth.

    Initial Posting: February 16, 2017.

  • Beta-Thalassemia

    Raffaella Origa.

    Initial Posting: September 28, 2000; Last Update: January 25, 2018.

  • Bietti Crystalline Dystrophy

    Krystle A Okialda, Niamh B Stover, Richard G Weleber, and Edward J Kelly.

    Initial Posting: April 12, 2012; Last Revision: June 14, 2012.

  • Biotinidase Deficiency

    Barry Wolf.

    Initial Posting: March 24, 2000; Last Update: June 9, 2016.

  • Biotin-Thiamine-Responsive Basal Ganglia Disease

    Brahim Tabarki, Amal Al-Hashem, and Majid Alfadhel.

    Initial Posting: November 21, 2013.

  • Birt-Hogg-Dubé Syndrome

    Jorge R Toro.

    Initial Posting: February 27, 2006; Last Update: August 7, 2014.

  • Blepharophimosis, Ptosis, and Epicanthus Inversus

    Hannah Verdin and Elfride De Baere.

    Initial Posting: July 8, 2004; Last Update: February 5, 2015.

  • Bloom’s Syndrome

    Maureen M Sanz, James German, and Christopher Cunniff.

    Initial Posting: March 22, 2006; Last Update: April 7, 2016.

  • Bohring-Opitz Syndrome

    Bianca Russell, Wen-Hann Tan, and John M Graham, Jr.

    Initial Posting: February 15, 2018.

  • Branchiooculofacial Syndrome

    Angela E Lin and Jeff M Milunsky.

    Initial Posting: May 31, 2011.

  • Branchiootorenal Spectrum Disorders

    Richard JH Smith.

    Initial Posting: March 19, 1999; Last Update: October 22, 2015.

  • Brugada Syndrome

    Ramon Brugada, Oscar Campuzano, Georgia Sarquella-Brugada, Pedro Brugada, Josep Brugada, and Kui Hong.

    Initial Posting: March 31, 2005; Last Update: November 17, 2016.

  • Burn-McKeown Syndrome

    Hermann-Josef Lüdecke and Dagmar Wieczorek.

    Initial Posting: July 14, 2016.

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  • C9orf72-Related Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Frontotemporal Dementia

    Marc Cruts, Sebastiaan Engelborghs, Julie van der Zee, and Christine Van Broeckhoven.

    Initial Posting: January 8, 2015.

  • CADASIL

    Julie Rutten and Saskia AJ Lesnik Oberstein.

    Initial Posting: March 15, 2000; Last Revision: July 14, 2016.

  • CARASIL

    Osamu Onodera, Hiroaki Nozaki, and Toshio Fukutake.

    Initial Posting: April 27, 2010; Last Update: September 11, 2014.

  • CASK-Related Disorders

    Ute Moog, Gökhan Uyanik, and Kerstin Kutsche.

    Initial Posting: November 26, 2013.

  • CATSPER-Related Male Infertility

    Michael S Hildebrand, Matthew R Avenarius, and Richard JH Smith.

    Initial Posting: December 3, 2009; Last Update: March 23, 2017.

  • CDC73-Related Disorders

    Michelle A Jackson, Thereasa A Rich, Mimi I Hu, Nancy D Perrier, and Steven G Waguespack.

    Initial Posting: December 31, 2008; Last Update: January 15, 2015.

  • CEBPA-Associated Familial Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)

    Kiran Tawana and Jude Fitzgibbon.

    Initial Posting: October 21, 2010; Last Update: April 28, 2016.

  • CHARGE Syndrome

    Seema R Lalani, Margaret A Hefner, John W Belmont, and Sandra LH Davenport.

    Initial Posting: October 2, 2006; Last Update: February 2, 2012.

  • CHCHD10-Related Disorders

    Samira Ait-El-Mkadem, Annabelle Chaussenot, Sylvie Bannwarth, Cécile Rouzier, and Véronique Paquis-Flucklinger.

    Initial Posting: July 1, 2015.

  • CHD2-Related Neurodevelopmental Disorders

    Gemma Carvill, Ingo Helbig, and Heather Mefford.

    Initial Posting: December 10, 2015.

  • CHST3-Related Skeletal Dysplasia

    Andrea Superti-Furga and Sheila Unger.

    Initial Posting: September 1, 2011.

  • CLCN2-Related Leukoencephalopathy

    Marjo S van der Knaap, Christel Depienne, Frederic Sedel, and Truus EM Abbink.

    Initial Posting: November 5, 2015.

  • CLCN7-Related Osteopetrosis

    Cristina Sobacchi, Anna Villa, Ansgar Schulz, and Uwe Kornak.

    Initial Posting: February 12, 2007; Last Update: June 9, 2016.

  • CLPB Deficiency

    Saskia B Wortmann, Ron A Wevers, and Arjan PM de Brouwer.

    Initial Posting: November 22, 2016.

  • COL1A1/2-Related Osteogenesis Imperfecta

    Robert D Steiner, Jessica Adsit, and Donald Basel.

    Initial Posting: January 28, 2005; Last Update: February 14, 2013.

  • COL4A1-Related Disorders

    Emmanuelle Plaisier and Pierre Ronco.

    Initial Posting: June 25, 2009; Last Update: July 7, 2016.

  • CSF1R-Related Adult-Onset Leukoencephalopathy with Axonal Spheroids and Pigmented Glia

    Christina Sundal and Zbigniew K Wszolek.

    Initial Posting: August 30, 2012; Last Update: October 5, 2017.

  • Caffey Disease

    Andrea Guerin, Lucie Dupuis, and Roberto Mendoza-Londono.

    Initial Posting: August 2, 2012; Last Revision: November 29, 2012.

  • Calpainopathy

    Corrado Angelini and Marina Fanin.

    Initial Posting: May 10, 2005; Last Update: August 3, 2017.

  • Campomelic Dysplasia

    Sheila Unger, Gerd Scherer, and Andrea Superti-Furga.

    Initial Posting: July 31, 2008; Last Update: May 9, 2013.

  • Camurati-Engelmann Disease

    Stephanie E Wallace and William R Wilcox.

    Initial Posting: June 25, 2004; Last Update: October 12, 2017.

  • Canavan Disease

    Reuben Matalon and Kimberlee Michals-Matalon.

    Initial Posting: September 16, 1999; Last Update: August 11, 2011.

  • Cantú Syndrome and Related Disorders

    Dorothy K Grange, Colin G Nichols, and Gautam K Singh.

    Initial Posting: October 2, 2014.

  • Carbonic Anhydrase VA Deficiency

    Clara van Karnebeek and Johannes Häberle.

    Initial Posting: April 2, 2015.

  • Cardiofaciocutaneous Syndrome

    Katherine A Rauen.

    Initial Posting: January 18, 2007; Last Update: March 3, 2016.

  • Carney Complex

    Constantine A Stratakis, Paraskevi Salpea, and Margarita Raygada.

    Initial Posting: February 5, 2003; Last Update: January 29, 2015.

  • Carnitine Palmitoyltransferase 1A Deficiency

    Michael J Bennett and Avni B Santani.

    Initial Posting: July 27, 2005; Last Update: March 17, 2016.

  • Carnitine Palmitoyltransferase II Deficiency

    Thomas Wieser.

    Initial Posting: August 27, 2004; Last Update: March 16, 2017.

  • Cartilage-Hair Hypoplasia – Anauxetic Dysplasia Spectrum Disorders

    Outi Mäkitie and Svetlana Kostjukovits.

    Initial Posting: March 15, 2012; Last Update: August 13, 2015.

  • Catecholaminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia

    Carlo Napolitano, Silvia G Priori, and Raffaella Bloise.

    Initial Posting: October 14, 2004; Last Update: October 13, 2016.

  • Caveolinopathies

    Claudio Bruno, Federica Sotgia, Elisabetta Gazzerro, Carlo Minetti, and Michael P Lisanti.

    Initial Posting: May 14, 2007; Last Update: September 6, 2012.

  • Celiac Disease

    Annette K Taylor, Benjamin Lebwohl, Cara L Snyder, and Peter HR Green.

    Initial Posting: July 3, 2008; Last Update: September 17, 2015.

  • Central Core Disease

    May Christine V Malicdan and Ichizo Nishino.

    Initial Posting: May 16, 2007; Last Update: December 4, 2014.

  • Cerebral Cavernous Malformation, Familial

    Leslie Morrison and Amy Akers.

    Initial Posting: February 24, 2003; Last Update: August 4, 2016.

  • Cerebrotendinous Xanthomatosis

    Antonio Federico, Maria Teresa Dotti, and Gian Nicola Gallus.

    Initial Posting: July 16, 2003; Last Update: April 14, 2016.

  • Char Syndrome

    Bruce D Gelb.

    Initial Posting: August 15, 2003; Last Update: January 24, 2013.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Hereditary Neuropathy Overview

    Thomas D Bird.

    Initial Posting: September 28, 1998; Last Revision: September 1, 2016.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy Type 1

    Thomas D Bird.

    Initial Posting: August 31, 1998; Last Revision: March 26, 2015.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy Type 2

    Thomas D Bird.

    Initial Posting: September 24, 1998; Last Revision: April 14, 2016.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy Type 2A

    Stephan Züchner.

    Initial Posting: February 18, 2005; Last Update: August 1, 2013.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy Type 2E/1F

    Peter De Jonghe and Albena K Jordanova.

    Initial Posting: April 1, 2004; Last Update: October 27, 2011.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy Type 4

    Thomas D Bird.

    Initial Posting: September 24, 1998; Last Revision: April 14, 2016.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy Type 4C

    Hamid Azzedine, Eric LeGuern, and Mustafa A Salih.

    Initial Posting: March 31, 2008; Last Update: October 15, 2015.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy Type 4H

    Valérie Delague.

    Initial Posting: August 8, 2013.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy Type 4J

    Jun Li.

    Initial Posting: November 14, 2013.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy X Type 1

    Thomas D Bird.

    Initial Posting: June 18, 1998; Last Revision: September 1, 2016.

  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy X Type 5

    Jong-Won Kim and Hee-Jin Kim.

    Initial Posting: August 26, 2008; Last Update: June 6, 2013.

  • Chediak-Higashi Syndrome

    Wendy J Introne, Wendy Westbroek, Gretchen A Golas, and David Adams.

    Initial Posting: March 3, 2009; Last Update: January 15, 2015.

  • Cherubism

    Berivan Baskin, Sarah Bowdin, and Peter N Ray.

    Initial Posting: February 26, 2007; Last Update: September 1, 2011.

  • Childhood Ataxia with Central Nervous System Hypomyelination/Vanishing White Matter

    Raphael Schiffmann, Anne Fogli, Marjo S van der Knaap, and Odile Boespflug-Tanguy.

    Initial Posting: February 20, 2003; Last Revision: August 9, 2012.

  • Chondrodysplasia Punctata 1, X-Linked

    Nancy E Braverman, Michael Bober, Nicola Brunetti-Pierri, and Gretchen L Oswald.

    Initial Posting: April 22, 2008; Last Update: November 20, 2014.

  • Chondrodysplasia Punctata 2, X-Linked

    Melissa A Dempsey, Christopher Tan, and Gail E Herman.

    Initial Posting: May 31, 2011.

  • Chorea-Acanthocytosis

    Antonio Velayos Baeza, Carol Dobson-Stone, Luca Rampoldi, Benedikt Bader, Ruth H Walker, Adrian Danek, and Anthony P Monaco.

    Initial Posting: June 14, 2002; Last Update: January 30, 2014.

  • Choroideremia

    Ian M MacDonald, Stacey Hume, Stephanie Chan, and Miguel C Seabra.

    Initial Posting: February 21, 2003; Last Update: February 26, 2015.

  • Christianson Syndrome

    Eric M Morrow and Matthew F Pescosolido.

    Initial Posting: January 11, 2018.

  • Chronic Granulomatous Disease

    Jennifer W Leiding and Steven M Holland.

    Initial Posting: August 9, 2012; Last Update: February 11, 2016.

  • Citrin Deficiency

    Takeyori Saheki and Yuan-Zong Song.

    Initial Posting: September 16, 2005; Last Update: August 10, 2017.

  • Citrullinemia Type I

    Shane C Quinonez and Jess G Thoene.

    Initial Posting: July 7, 2004; Last Update: September 1, 2016.

  • Classic Galactosemia and Clinical Variant Galactosemia

    Gerard T Berry.

    Initial Posting: February 4, 2000; Last Update: March 9, 2017.

  • Cleidocranial Dysplasia Spectrum Disorder

    Keren Machol, Roberto Mendoza-Londono, and Brendan Lee.

    Initial Posting: January 3, 2006; Last Update: November 16, 2017.

  • Cockayne Syndrome

    Vincent Laugel.

    Initial Posting: December 28, 2000; Last Update: June 14, 2012.

  • Coffin-Lowry Syndrome

    R Curtis Rogers and Fatima E Abidi.

    Initial Posting: July 16, 2002; Last Update: February 1, 2018.

  • Coffin-Siris Syndrome

    Samantha Schrier Vergano, Gijs Santen, Dagmar Wieczorek, Bernd Wollnik, Naomichi Matsumoto, and Matthew A Deardorff.

    Initial Posting: April 4, 2013; Last Revision: February 8, 2018.

  • Cohen Syndrome

    Heng Wang, Marni J Falk, Christine Wensel, and Elias I Traboulsi.

    Initial Posting: August 29, 2006; Last Update: July 21, 2016.

  • Cold-Induced Sweating Syndrome Including Crisponi Syndrome

    Angelika F Hahn and Helge Boman.

    Initial Posting: March 3, 2011; Last Update: March 17, 2016.

  • Collagen Type VI-Related Disorders

    Anne Katrin Lampe, Kevin M Flanigan, Katharine Mary Bushby, and Debbie Hicks.

    Initial Posting: June 25, 2004; Last Update: August 9, 2012.

  • Complete Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor 1 Deficiency

    Meadow Heiman, Sweta Gupta, Sadiya S Khan, Douglas E Vaughan, and Amy D Shapiro.

    Initial Posting: August 3, 2017.

  • Congenital Cataracts, Facial Dysmorphism, and Neuropathy

    Luba Kalaydjieva and Teodora Chamova.

    Initial Posting: March 2, 2010; Last Update: April 6, 2017.

  • Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome

    Debra E Weese-Mayer, Mary L Marazita, Casey M Rand, and Elizabeth M Berry-Kravis.

    Initial Posting: January 28, 2004; Last Update: January 30, 2014.

  • Congenital Contractural Arachnodactyly

    Maurice Godfrey.

    Initial Posting: January 23, 2001; Last Update: February 23, 2012.

  • Congenital Deafness with Labyrinthine Aplasia, Microtia, and Microdontia

    Jessica Ordonez and Mustafa Tekin.

    Initial Posting: September 20, 2012.

  • Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Overview

    Barbara R Pober, Meaghan K Russell, and Kate Guernsey Ackerman.

    Initial Posting: February 1, 2006; Last Update: March 16, 2010.

  • Congenital Disorders of N-Linked Glycosylation and Multiple Pathway Overview

    Susan E Sparks and Donna M Krasnewich.

    Initial Posting: August 15, 2005; Last Update: January 12, 2017.

  • Congenital Dyserythropoietic Anemia Type I

    Hannah Tamary and Orly Dgany.

    Initial Posting: April 21, 2009; Last Update: August 25, 2016.

  • Congenital Erythropoietic Porphyria

    Angelika Erwin, Manisha Balwani, Robert J Desnick; Porphyrias Consortium of the NIH-Sponsored Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network.

    Initial Posting: September 12, 2013; Last Update: April 7, 2016.

  • Congenital Fiber-Type Disproportion

    Elizabeth Taylor DeChene, Peter B Kang, and Alan H Beggs.

    Initial Posting: January 12, 2007; Last Update: April 11, 2013.

  • Congenital Fibrosis of the Extraocular Muscles

    Mary Whitman, David G Hunter, and Elizabeth C Engle.

    Initial Posting: April 27, 2004; Last Update: January 14, 2016.

  • Congenital Hepatic Fibrosis Overview

    Meral Gunay-Aygun, William A Gahl, and Theo Heller.

    Initial Posting: December 9, 2008; Last Update: April 24, 2014.

  • Congenital Insensitivity to Pain Overview

    Katherine Schon, Alasdair Parker, and Christopher Geoffrey Woods.

    Initial Posting: February 8, 2018.

  • Congenital Insensitivity to Pain with Anhidrosis

    Yasuhiro Indo.

    Initial Posting: August 5, 2008; Last Update: April 17, 2014.

  • Congenital Mirror Movements

    Aurélie Méneret, Oriane Trouillard, Christel Depienne, and Emmanuel Roze.

    Initial Posting: March 12, 2015.

  • Congenital Muscular Dystrophy Overview

    Susan E Sparks, Susana Quijano-Roy, Amy Harper, Anne Rutkowski, Erynn Gordon, Eric P Hoffman, and Elena Pegoraro.

    Initial Posting: January 22, 2001; Last Revision: August 23, 2012.

  • Congenital Myasthenic Syndromes

    Angela Abicht, Juliane Müller, S, and Hanns Lochmüller.

    Initial Posting: May 9, 2003; Last Update: July 14, 2016.

  • Congenital Stromal Corneal Dystrophy

    Eyvind Rødahl, Per M Knappskog, Cecilie Bredrup, and Helge Boman.

    Initial Posting: November 25, 2008; Last Update: February 2, 2012.

  • Cornelia de Lange Syndrome

    Matthew A Deardorff, Sarah E Noon, and Ian D Krantz.

    Initial Posting: September 16, 2005; Last Update: January 28, 2016.

  • Costello Syndrome

    Karen W Gripp and Angela E Lin.

    Initial Posting: August 29, 2006; Last Update: January 12, 2012.

  • Cranioectodermal Dysplasia

    Heleen Arts and Nine Knoers.

    Initial Posting: September 12, 2013.

  • Craniofacial Microsomia Overview

    Carrie L Heike, Daniela V Luquetti, and Anne V Hing.

    Initial Posting: March 19, 2009; Last Update: October 9, 2014.

  • Craniometaphyseal Dysplasia, Autosomal Dominant

    Ernst Reichenberger and I-Ping Chen.

    Initial Posting: August 27, 2007; Last Update: January 15, 2015.

  • Creatine Deficiency Syndromes

    Saadet Mercimek-Mahmutoglu and Gajja S Salomons.

    Initial Posting: January 15, 2009; Last Update: December 10, 2015.

  • Cystic Fibrosis and Congenital Absence of the Vas Deferens

    Thida Ong, Susan G Marshall, Barbara A Karczeski, Darci L Sternen, Edith Cheng, and Garry R Cutting.

    Initial Posting: March 26, 2001; Last Update: February 2, 2017.

  • Cystinosis

    Galina Nesterova and William A Gahl.

    Initial Posting: March 22, 2001; Last Revision: December 7, 2017.

  • Cytochrome P450 Oxidoreductase Deficiency

    Jan Idkowiak, Deborah Cragun, Robert J Hopkin, and Wiebke Arlt.

    Initial Posting: September 8, 2005; Last Update: August 3, 2017.

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  • DCX-Related Disorders

    Ute Hehr, Gökhan Uyanik, Ludwig Aigner, Sebastien Couillard-Despres, and Jürgen Winkler.

    Initial Posting: October 19, 2007; Last Update: March 24, 2011.

  • DEPDC5-Related Epilepsy

    Stéphanie Baulac and Sarah Weckhuysen.

    Initial Posting: September 29, 2016.

  • DFNA2 Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss

    Richard JH Smith and Michael Hildebrand.

    Initial Posting: April 4, 2008; Last Update: August 20, 2015.

  • DFNX1 Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss and Deafness

    Huijun Yuan and Xue Z Liu.

    Initial Posting: August 4, 2011.

  • DICER1-Related Disorders

    Leslie Doros, Kris Ann Schultz, Douglas R Stewart, Andrew J Bauer, Gretchen Williams, Christopher T Rossi, Ann Carr, Jiandong Yang, Louis P Dehner, Yoav Messinger, and D Ashley Hill.

    Initial Posting: April 24, 2014.

  • DNM2-Related Intermediate Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathy

    Stephan Züchner and Feifei Tao.

    Initial Posting: July 8, 2010; Last Update: June 25, 2015.

  • DNMT1-Related Dementia, Deafness, and Sensory Neuropathy

    Christopher J Klein.

    Initial Posting: February 16, 2012; Last Revision: May 17, 2012.

  • DRPLA

    Liana Veneziano and Marina Frontali.

    Initial Posting: August 6, 1999; Last Update: June 9, 2016.

  • DYRK1A-Related Intellectual Disability Syndrome

    Bregje WM van Bon, Bradley P Coe, Bert BA de Vries, and Evan E Eichler.

    Initial Posting: December 17, 2015.

  • DYT1 Early-Onset Isolated Dystonia

    Laurie Ozelius and Naomi Lubarr.

    Initial Posting: April 14, 1999; Last Update: November 17, 2016.

  • Deafness and Myopia Syndrome

    Jessica Ordonez and Mustafa Tekin.

    Initial Posting: January 15, 2015; Last Update: September 14, 2017.

  • Deafness-Dystonia-Optic Neuronopathy Syndrome

    Lisbeth Tranebjærg.

    Initial Posting: February 6, 2003; Last Update: January 31, 2013.

  • Dense Deposit Disease/Membranoproliferative Glomerulonephritis Type II

    Johnny Cruz Corchado and Richard JH Smith.

    Initial Posting: July 20, 2007; Last Update: May 19, 2011.

  • Dent Disease

    John C Lieske, Dawn S Milliner, Lada Beara-Lasic, Peter Harris, Andrea Cogal, and Elizabeth Abrash.

    Initial Posting: August 9, 2012; Last Update: December 14, 2017.

  • Deoxyguanosine Kinase Deficiency

    Ayman W El-Hattab, Fernando Scaglia, and Lee-Jun Wong.

    Initial Posting: June 18, 2009; Last Update: December 22, 2016.

  • Diabetes Mellitus, 6q24-Related Transient Neonatal

    Isabel Karen Temple, Deborah JG Mackay, and Louise Esther Docherty.

    Initial Posting: October 10, 2005; Last Update: January 15, 2015.

  • Diamond-Blackfan Anemia

    Catherine Clinton and Hanna T Gazda.

    Initial Posting: June 25, 2009; Last Update: April 7, 2016.

  • Diastrophic Dysplasia

    Luisa Bonafé, Lauréane Mittaz-Crettol, Diana Ballhausen, and Andrea Superti-Furga.

    Initial Posting: November 15, 2004; Last Update: July 18, 2013.

  • Dihydrolipoamide Dehydrogenase Deficiency

    Shane C Quinonez and Jess G Thoene.

    Initial Posting: July 17, 2014.

  • Dilated Cardiomyopathy Overview

    Ray E Hershberger and Ana Morales.

    Initial Posting: July 27, 2007; Last Update: September 24, 2015.

  • Disorders of GNAS Inactivation

    Chad R Haldeman-Englert, Anna CE Hurst, and Michael A Levine.

    Initial Posting: October 26, 2017.

  • Disorders of Intracellular Cobalamin Metabolism

    Nuria Carrillo, David Adams, and Charles P Venditti.

    Initial Posting: February 25, 2008; Last Update: November 21, 2013.

  • Donnai-Barrow Syndrome

    Sibel Kantarci, Dian Donnai, Kristin M Noonan, and Barbara R Pober.

    Initial Posting: August 28, 2008; Last Update: June 28, 2011.

  • Dopamine Beta-Hydroxylase Deficiency

    David Robertson and Emily M Garland.

    Initial Posting: September 4, 2003; Last Update: October 29, 2015.

  • Duane Syndrome

    Caroline V Andrews, David G Hunter, and Elizabeth C Engle.

    Initial Posting: May 25, 2007; Last Update: March 19, 2015.

  • Duarte Variant Galactosemia

    Judith L Fridovich-Keil, Michael J Gambello, Rani H Singh, and J Daniel Sharer.

    Initial Posting: December 4, 2014.

  • Dysferlinopathy

    Masashi Aoki.

    Initial Posting: February 5, 2004; Last Update: March 5, 2015.

  • Dyskeratosis Congenita

    Sharon A Savage.

    Initial Posting: November 12, 2009; Last Update: May 26, 2016.

  • Dystonia/Parkinsonism, Hypermanganesemia, Polycythemia, and Chronic Liver Disease

    Karin Tuschl, Peter T Clayton, Sidney M Gospe, Jr, and Philippa B Mills.

    Initial Posting: August 30, 2012; Last Update: February 9, 2017.

  • Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa

    Ellen G Pfendner and Anne W Lucky.

    Initial Posting: August 21, 2006; Last Update: February 26, 2015.

  • Dystrophinopathies

    Basil T Darras, David T Miller, and David K Urion.

    Initial Posting: September 5, 2000; Last Update: November 26, 2014.

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  • EFEMP2-Related Cutis Laxa

    Bart Loeys, Anne De Paepe, and Zsolt Urban.

    Initial Posting: May 12, 2011; Last Update: July 23, 2015.

  • ELANE-Related Neutropenia

    David C Dale.

    Initial Posting: June 17, 2002; Last Update: July 14, 2011.

  • EPB42-Related Hereditary Spherocytosis

    Theodosia A Kalfa, Jessica A Connor, and Amber H Begtrup.

    Initial Posting: March 13, 2014; Last Update: November 10, 2016.

  • EXOSC3-Related Pontocerebellar Hypoplasia

    Veerle RC Eggens, Peter G Barth, and Frank Baas.

    Initial Posting: August 21, 2014.

  • EZH2-Related Overgrowth

    Katrina Tatton-Brown and Nazneen Rahman.

    Initial Posting: July 18, 2013; Last Update: August 6, 2015.

  • Early-Onset Familial Alzheimer Disease

    Thomas D Bird.

    Initial Posting: September 24, 1999; Last Revision: October 18, 2012.

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Classic Type

    Fransiska Malfait, Richard Wenstrup, and Anne De Paepe.

    Initial Posting: May 29, 2007; Last Update: August 18, 2011.

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Hypermobility Type

    Howard P Levy.

    Initial Posting: October 22, 2004; Last Update: March 31, 2016.

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Kyphoscoliotic Form

    Heather N Yeowell and Beat Steinmann.

    Initial Posting: February 2, 2000; Last Update: January 24, 2013.

  • Emanuel Syndrome

    Beverly S Emanuel, Elaine H Zackai, and Livija Medne.

    Initial Posting: April 20, 2007; Last Update: August 31, 2017.

  • Emery-Dreifuss Muscular Dystrophy

    Gisèle Bonne, France Leturcq, and Rabah Ben Yaou.

    Initial Posting: September 29, 2004; Last Update: November 25, 2015.

  • Enlarged Parietal Foramina

    Andrew OM Wilkie and Lampros A Mavrogiannis.

    Initial Posting: March 30, 2004; Last Update: November 8, 2012.

  • Epidermolysis Bullosa Simplex

    Ellen G Pfendner and Anna L Bruckner.

    Initial Posting: October 7, 1998; Last Update: October 13, 2016.

  • Epidermolysis Bullosa with Pyloric Atresia

    Ellen G Pfendner and Anne W Lucky.

    Initial Posting: February 22, 2008; Last Update: September 7, 2017.

  • Epimerase Deficiency Galactosemia

    Judith Fridovich-Keil, Lora Bean, Miao He, and Richard Schroer.

    Initial Posting: January 25, 2011; Last Update: June 16, 2016.

  • Episodic Ataxia Type 1

    Maria Cristina D’Adamo.

    Initial Posting: February 9, 2010; Last Update: June 25, 2015.

  • Episodic Ataxia Type 2

    Sian Spacey.

    Initial Posting: February 24, 2003; Last Update: October 15, 2015.

  • Erythropoietic Protoporphyria, Autosomal Recessive

    Manisha Balwani, Joseph Bloomer, Robert Desnick; Porphyrias Consortium of the NIH-Sponsored Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network.

    Initial Posting: September 27, 2012; Last Update: September 7, 2017.

  • Esophageal Atresia/Tracheoesophageal Fistula Overview

    Daryl A Scott.

    Initial Posting: March 12, 2009; Last Update: June 12, 2014.

  • Ethylmalonic Encephalopathy

    Ivano Di Meo, Costanza Lamperti, and Valeria Tiranti.

    Initial Posting: September 21, 2017.

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  • FBLN5-Related Cutis Laxa

    Lionel Van Maldergem and Bart Loeys.

    Initial Posting: March 19, 2009; Last Update: March 13, 2014.

  • FBXL4-Related Encephalomyopathic Mitochondrial DNA Depletion Syndrome

    Mohammed Almannai, Hongzheng Dai, Ayman W El-Hattab, and Lee-Jun C Wong.

    Initial Posting: April 6, 2017.

  • FGFR-Related Craniosynostosis Syndromes

    Nathaniel H Robin, Marni J Falk, and Chad R Haldeman-Englert.

    Initial Posting: October 20, 1998; Last Update: June 7, 2011.

  • FLNA-Related Periventricular Nodular Heterotopia

    Ming Hui Chen and Christopher A Walsh.

    Initial Posting: October 8, 2002; Last Update: September 17, 2015.

  • FLNB-Related Disorders

    Stephen Robertson.

    Initial Posting: October 9, 2008; Last Update: October 17, 2013.

  • FOXP2-Related Speech and Language Disorders

    Angela Morgan, Simon E Fisher, Ingrid Scheffer, and Michael Hildebrand.

    Initial Posting: June 23, 2016; Last Revision: February 2, 2017.

  • FMR1-Related Disorders

    Robert A Saul and Jack C Tarleton.

    Initial Posting: June 16, 1998; Last Revision: April 26, 2012.

  • FRMD7-Related Infantile Nystagmus

    Mervyn G Thomas, Shery Thomas, Anil Kumar, Frank A Proudlock, and Irene Gottlob.

    Initial Posting: February 12, 2009; Last Update: September 29, 2011.

  • Fabry Disease

    Atul Mehta and Derralynn A Hughes.

    Initial Posting: August 5, 2002; Last Update: January 5, 2017.

  • Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy

    Richard JLF Lemmers, Daniel G Miller, and Silvere M van der Maarel.

    Initial Posting: March 8, 1999; Last Revision: March 20, 2014.

  • Factor V Leiden Thrombophilia

    Jody L Kujovich.

    Initial Posting: May 14, 1999; Last Update: January 4, 2018.

  • Familial Dysautonomia

    Mordechai Shohat and Monika Weisz Hubshman.

    Initial Posting: January 21, 2003; Last Update: December 18, 2014.

  • Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy, Autosomal Dominant

    Carmel Toomes and Louise Downey.

    Initial Posting: March 21, 2005; Last Revision: September 22, 2011.

  • Familial Hemiplegic Migraine

    Joanna C Jen.

    Initial Posting: July 17, 2001; Last Update: May 14, 2015.

  • Familial Hypercholesterolemia

    Emily Youngblom, Mitchel Pariani, and Joshua W Knowles.

    Initial Posting: January 2, 2014; Last Update: December 8, 2016.

  • Familial Hyperinsulinism

    Benjamin Glaser.

    Initial Posting: August 19, 2003; Last Update: January 24, 2013.

  • Familial Lipoprotein Lipase Deficiency

    John R Burnett, Amanda J Hooper, and Robert A Hegele.

    Initial Posting: October 12, 1999; Last Update: June 22, 2017.

  • Familial Mediterranean Fever

    Mordechai Shohat.

    Initial Posting: August 8, 2000; Last Update: December 15, 2016.

  • Familial Monosomy 7 Syndrome

    Jennifer JD Morrissette, Gerald Wertheim, and Timothy Olson.

    Initial Posting: July 8, 2010; Last Update: January 21, 2016.

  • Familial Paroxysmal Nonkinesigenic Dyskinesia

    Sian Spacey and Paul Adams.

    Initial Posting: June 24, 2005; Last Update: May 3, 2011.

  • Familial Porphyria Cutanea Tarda

    Lawrence U Liu, John Phillips, Herbert Bonkovsky; Porphyrias Consortium of the Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network.

    Initial Posting: June 6, 2013; Last Update: September 8, 2016.

  • Familial Transthyretin Amyloidosis

    Yoshiki Sekijima, Kunihiro Yoshida, Takahiko Tokuda, and Shu-ichi Ikeda.

    Initial Posting: November 5, 2001; Last Update: January 26, 2012.

  • Fanconi Anemia

    Parinda A Mehta and Jakub Tolar.

    Initial Posting: February 14, 2002; Last Revision: March 8, 2018.

  • Fatty Acid Hydroxylase-Associated Neurodegeneration

    Michael C Kruer, Allison Gregory, and Susan J Hayflick.

    Initial Posting: June 28, 2011; Last Revision: September 20, 2012.

  • Feingold Syndrome 1

    Carlo LM Marcelis and Arjan PM de Brouwer.

    Initial Posting: June 30, 2009; Last Update: September 6, 2012.

  • Fibrous Dysplasia/McCune-Albright Syndrome

    Alison M Boyce and Michael T Collins.

    Initial Posting: February 26, 2015.

  • Floating-Harbor Syndrome

    Malgorzata JM Nowaczyk, Sarah M Nikkel, and Susan M White.

    Initial Posting: November 29, 2012; Last Revision: January 24, 2013.

  • Focal Dermal Hypoplasia

    Bret Bostwick, Ignatia B Van den Veyver, and V Reid Sutton.

    Initial Posting: May 15, 2008; Last Update: July 21, 2016.

  • Free Sialic Acid Storage Disorders

    David Adams and William A Gahl.

    Initial Posting: June 13, 2003; Last Update: June 6, 2013.

  • Friedreich Ataxia

    Sanjay I Bidichandani and Martin B Delatycki.

    Initial Posting: December 18, 1998; Last Update: June 1, 2017.

  • Frontotemporal Dementia, Chromosome 3-Linked

    Ida E Holm, Jørgen E Nielsen, Jeremy M Brown, Peter Johannsen, and Adrian M Isaacs.

    Initial Posting: August 23, 2007; Last Update: October 4, 2012.

  • Fryns Syndrome

    Anne Slavotinek.

    Initial Posting: April 18, 2007; Last Update: January 29, 2015.

  • Fukuyama Congenital Muscular Dystrophy

    Kayoko Saito.

    Initial Posting: January 26, 2006; Last Update: May 10, 2012.

  • Fumarate Hydratase Deficiency

    Clifton Ewbank, John F Kerrigan, and Kirk Aleck.

    Initial Posting: July 5, 2006; Last Update: April 4, 2013.

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  • G6PC3 Deficiency

    Siddharth Banka.

    Initial Posting: April 16, 2015.

  • GARS-Associated Axonal Neuropathy

    Lev G Goldfarb and Kumaraswamy Sivakumar.

    Initial Posting: November 8, 2006; Last Update: August 25, 2011.

  • GATA1-Related X-Linked Cytopenia

    Stella T Chou, Melissa A Kacena, Mitchell J Weiss, and Wendy H Raskind.

    Initial Posting: November 22, 2006; Last Update: May 11, 2017.

  • GDAP1-Related Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy

    Thomas D Bird.

    Initial Posting: May 11, 2004; Last Update: March 30, 2017.

  • GLB1-Related Disorders

    Debra S Regier and Cynthia J Tifft.

    Initial Posting: October 17, 2013.

  • GLYT1 Encephalopathy

    Alina Kurolap, Tova Hershkovitz, and Hagit N Baris.

    Initial Posting: November 30, 2017.

  • GNE-Related Myopathy

    Erin K O’Ferrall and Michael Sinnreich.

    Initial Posting: March 26, 2004; Last Update: March 7, 2013.

  • GRIN2A-Related Speech Disorders and Epilepsy

    Kenneth A Myers and Ingrid E Scheffer.

    Initial Posting: September 29, 2016.

  • GRN-Related Frontotemporal Dementia

    Ging-Yuek Robin Hsiung and Howard H Feldman.

    Initial Posting: September 7, 2007; Last Update: March 14, 2013.

  • GTP Cyclohydrolase 1-Deficient Dopa-Responsive Dystonia

    Yoshiaki Furukawa.

    Initial Posting: February 21, 2002; Last Update: March 5, 2015.

  • Gaucher Disease

    Gregory M Pastores and Derralynn A Hughes.

    Initial Posting: July 27, 2000; Last Revision: February 26, 2015.

  • Geleophysic Dysplasia

    Carine Le Goff and Valérie Cormier-Daire.

    Initial Posting: September 22, 2009; Last Update: April 19, 2012.

  • Generalized Arterial Calcification of Infancy

    Carlos Ferreira, Shira Ziegler, and William Gahl.

    Initial Posting: November 13, 2014.

  • Genetic Atypical Hemolytic-Uremic Syndrome

    Marina Noris, Elena Bresin, Caterina Mele, and Giuseppe Remuzzi.

    Initial Posting: November 16, 2007; Last Update: June 9, 2016.

  • Genetic Prion Diseases

    James A Mastrianni.

    Initial Posting: March 27, 2003; Last Update: January 2, 2014.

  • Giant Axonal Neuropathy

    Gregor Kuhlenbäumer, Vincent Timmerman, and Pascale Bomont.

    Initial Posting: January 9, 2003; Last Update: October 9, 2014.

  • Glucose Transporter Type 1 Deficiency Syndrome

    Dong Wang, Juan M Pascual, and Darryl De Vivo.

    Initial Posting: July 30, 2002; Last Update: March 1, 2018.

  • Glycine Encephalopathy

    Johan Van Hove, Curtis Coughlin, II, and Gunter Scharer.

    Initial Posting: November 14, 2002; Last Update: July 11, 2013.

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type I

    Deeksha S Bali, Yuan-Tsong Chen, Stephanie Austin, and Jennifer L Goldstein.

    Initial Posting: April 19, 2006; Last Update: August 25, 2016.

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type III