AO 7:01, Jan/Feb 2004
Thomas McGinn (How to Find a Brothel in Pompeii) is an associate professor of classical studies at Vanderbilt University. A specialist in Roman social history, he is the author of Prostitution, Sexuality, and the Law in Ancient Rome (Oxford, 1998), A Casebook on Roman Family Law (with Bruce Frier; Oxford, 2003) and The Economy of Prostitution in the Roman World: A Study of Social History and the Brothel (University of Michigan, forthcoming).
Historian David Frye (Letters from the Frontier), who once worked as a volunteer at Vindolanda, teaches at Eastern Connecticut State University. He has published variously on Late Antiquity in such journals as Hermes, Historia, Nottingham Medieval Studies and Classical World.