Romanization

The scholarship available on ‘Romanization’ during the Roman Empire.

General

  • Mattingly, D.J. (ed.), Dialogues in Roman imperialism: power, discourse, and discrepant experience in the Roman Empire, Portsmouth RI, 1997.

Further Reading

  • Gardner, A., ‘Thinking about Roman Imperialism: Postcolonialism, Globalisation and Beyond?’ in Britannia.44, 2013, 1-25.
  • Mattingly, D.J., An imperial possession: Britain in the Roman Empire, 54 BC-AD 409, London, 2006.
  • Millett, M., The Romanization of Britain: an essay in archaeological interpretation, Cambridge, 1990.
  • Slofstra, J., Batavians and Romans on the Lower Rhine: The Romanisation of a frontier area in Archaeological Dialogues.9.1, Cambridge, 2002, 16-38.
  • Whittaker, C.R., Imperialism and culture: ‘The Roman initiative’ in Dialogues in Roman imperialism: power, discourse, and discrepant experience in the Roman Empire, Portsmouth RI, 1997, 147-163.
  • Woolf, G., Becoming Roman: the origins of provincial civilization in Gaul, Cambridge, 1998.
  • Woolf, G., Rome: an empire’s story, Oxford, 2012, Ch 14.
  • Woolf, G., ‘Romanization 2.0 and its alternatives’ in Archaeological Dialogues.21.1, Cambridge, 2014, 45-50.