Dr L. Foubert (Lien)
Assistant professor - Department of History, Art History and Classics
Assistant professor - Radboud Institute for Culture and History
The research of Lien Foubert focuses in particular on the representation of women in the Graeco-Roman world, using both literary and non-literary sources. After completing a dissertation on the public and private roles of Julio-Claudian women, she now concentrates on the subject of travelling women in antiquity.
Since the 1st of September 2021, she is the head of the BA and MA programmes in History.
- Foubert, L.L. (2020). The Spinning of the Wheels. Women's Travel Stories in Latin Funerary Inscriptions ('Ruedas que giran: historias de viajes femeninos en inscripciones funerarias latinas'). Gerión. Revista de Historia Antigua, 38 (1), 137-156. doi: 10.5209/geri.68588 Full text
- Foubert, L.L. (2019). Let’s Meet at Baiae. A Journey of 2,000 Years to the Edge of Europe. Mediterranean Historical Review, 34 (1), 27-48. doi: 10.1080/09518967.2019.1595885 Full text
- Foubert, L.L. (2018). Men and women tourists’ desire to see the world: ‘curiosity’ and ‘a longing to learn’ as (self-) fashioning motifs (1st-5th centuries C.E.). Journal of Tourism History, 10 (1), 5-20. doi: 10.1080/1755182X.2018.1458909 Full text
- Foubert, L.L. (2016). Crowded and emptied houses as status markers of aristocratic women in Rome. The literary commonplace of the 'domus frequentata'. Eugesta, 6, 129-150. Full text
- Foubert, L.L. (2016). The lure of an exotic destination: the politics of women's travels in the Early Roman Empire. Hermes-Zeitschrift Fur Klassische Philologie, 144 (4), 462-487.
- Foubert, L.L. (2015). Vesta and Julio-Claudian women in imperial propaganda. Ancient Society, 45, 187-204. doi: 10.2143/AS.45.0.3110547
- Foubert, L.L. (2010). Literary constructions of female identities. The parallel lives of Julio-Claudian women in Tacitus’ 'Annals'. In Carl Deroux (Ed.), Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History (Collection Latomus, 323) (pp. 344-365). Bruxelles: Latomus
- Foubert, L.L. (2010). The Palatine dwelling of the 'mater familias'. Houses as symbolic space in the Julio-Claudian period. Klio : Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte, 92 (1), 65-82. Full text
- A Historiographical Perspective on Europe
- Bachelor's Thesis
- Internship minor 15 EC
- Master Thesis, seminar and symposia Tourism and Culture
- Master's Thesis Ancient and Medieval Mediterranean Worlds
- Research Seminar: Curing and curating crises: A transhistorical perspective
- Sources of Historical Research
- Thesis Colloquium Research Master
- Think tank: Conflict and Cooperation in the Mediterranean World