Dr Anne Gangloff

Subject: Classics

Department/institution: University of Rennes, France

Contact details: gangloffa@wanadoo.fr


Research Interests

Anne Gangloff studied Classics at the Sorbonne University, where she did her PhD on the way Dio Chrysostom used myths in his discourses (2003). She was Lecturer in Ancient History (Roman History) at the Universities of Angers (2004-2008) and of Lausanne (2008-2012); since 2012, she has been Senior Lecturer at the University of Rennes. She is junior member of the Institut Universitaire de France (2015-2020).

Her research focuses n the cultural and political history of the Roman Empire, on the Roman East, Imperial Hellenism, the identities, the social and intellectual history of elites, the political thought and ideas. In the framework of the Institut Universitaire de France, she has developed a project on Virtues, power and symbolic communication during the Early Empire.

She wrote Dion Chrysostome et les mythes. Hellénisme, communication et philosophie politique, Grenoble, J. Millon, 2006, 428 p. ; Pouvoir impérial et vertus philosophiques : l’évolution de la figure du bon prince sous le Haut-Empire, Leyde-Boston, Brill, 2019, 525 p. She edited Médiateurs culturels et politiques dans l'Empire romain. Voyages, conflits, identités, Paris, de Boccard, 2011, 198 p.; Lieux de mémoire en Orient grec à l'époque impériale, Berne, Peter Lang, 2013, 395 p.

She is currently editing:

  • With V. Huet and C. Vendries, La notion de caricature dans l’Antiquité : textes et images (to be published at Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes)
  • With B. Maire, La santé du prince : corps, vertus et politique sous le Haut-Empire (to be published at Grenoble, J. Millon, 2020)
  • With H.-L. Fernoux and É. Guerber, La gloire de Rhodes au Ier siècle de notre ère. Étude historique à partir du discours Aux Rhodiens (Or., 31) de Dion de Pruse
  • With G. Gorre, Le corps des souverains dans les mondes hellénistique et romain