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Celia Schultz

Fellow, SCAS.
Professor of Classical Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Celia Schultz is an historian of ancient Rome with research interests in pre-Christian Roman
religion, Roman history, and Latin literature.  She is a Professor of Classical Studies at the
University of Michigan, where she also serves as Director of the Interdepartmental Program
in Greek and Roman History. Before arriving at the University of Michigan, she taught at Johns
Hopkins University and Yale University. She completed her undergraduate work at the Pennsyl-
vania State University, and she has an MA and a PhD in Latin from Bryn Mawr College. Schultz
has previously held a Rome Prize Fellowship (2004-05) and a Loeb Classical Library Fellowship
(2016). She was appointed the William Evans Fellow at the University of Otago for summer 2020.

During her year at the Swedish Collegium, she is working on a monograph on the ritual of sacrifice
in Rome during the classical period.  In addition to numerous journal articles and four co-edited
volumes, Schultz is also the author of three books: Women’s Religious Activity in the Roman
(University of North Carolina Press, 2006), A Commentary on Cicero’s De Divinatione I
(University of Michigan Press, 2014), and Fulvia, Center Stage (Oxford University Press, forth-

This information is accurate as of the academic year 2020-21.