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Author of website: Strabo the Geographer (www.strabo.ca).

Co-editor of:
DUECK, DANIELA; LINDSAY, HUGH; and POTHECARY, SARAH, eds. Strabo’s Cultural Geography. The Making of a Kolossourgia. Cambridge University Press, 2005. For details, see the website of Cambridge University Press.

Sole author of:

POTHECARY, SARAH. ‘Strabo, Polybios, and the Stade,’ Phoenix 49.1 (1995) 49-67.

POTHECARY, SARAH. ‘The Expression “Our Times” in Strabo’s Geography,’ Classical

Philology 92.3 (1997) 235-246.

POTHECARY, SARAH. ‘Strabo the Geographer: his Name and its Meaning,’ Mnemosyne

52.6 (1999) 691-704.

POTHECARY, SARAH. ‘Strabo, the Tiberian Author: Past, Present and Silence in Strabo’s

Geography,’ Mnemosyne 55.4 (2002) 387-438.

POTHECARY, SARAH. ‘Kolossourgia. “A Colossal Statue of a Work”,’ in Dueck, Lindsay

and Pothecary, eds., Strabo’s Cultural Geography. The Making of a Kolossourgia, Cambridge: 2005, 5-26.

POTHECARY, SARAH. ‘The European Provinces: Strabo as Evidence,’ in Dueck, Lindsay

and Pothecary, eds., Strabo’s Cultural Geography. The Making of a Kolossourgia, Cambridge: 2005, 161-179.

Reviewer of:

CLARKE, KATHERINE (1999). Between Geography and History: Hellenistic

Constructions of the Roman World, reviewed by S. Pothecary in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2000.09.06.

RADT, S.L. (2002- ), Strabons Geographika, reviewed by S. Pothecary in

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2003.07.08.

Seminars and lectures:

‘A False Trail in the Study of Lost Literature – the meaning of hypomnemata,’ March 1997,

Dept. of Classical Studies, University of Toronto, Canada.

‘Strabo: the case of a Greek with a Roman cognomen?,’ May 1998, Classical Association of

Canada, Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

‘Strabo and the Roman Provinces: Europe,’ June 2001, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

‘Strabo and Horace Odes 2.10,’ May 2003, Classical Association of Canada, Annual

Conference, University of New Brunswick, Canada.

‘“When I was very young and they were very old.” The significance of overlap in Strabo’s

Geography,’ May 2005, Classical Association of Canada, Annual Conference, Banff, Canada.

Educational Qualifications
B.A. Hons, Literae Humaniores. St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford, U.K (1981).
M.A. Classics. University of Toronto, Canada (1989).
Ph.D. Classics. University of Toronto, Canada (1995).