Bibliography: Movement

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Crawford, K. (2019). ‘Rethinking Approaches for the Study of Urban Movement at Ostia’, in P. Verhagen, J. Joyce and M. Groenhuijzen (eds), Finding the Limits of the Limes Modelling Demography, Economy and Transport on the Edge of the Roman Empire. Cham, 313–327.
Laurence, R. (2016). ‘Ancient Rome: mobility in Europe's first metropolis’, in S. Griffiths and A. Von Lünen (eds), Spatial Cultures: Towards a New Social Morphology of Cities Past and Present. London, 3–14.
Bjørnebye, J. (2015). ‘Mithraic Movement: Negotiating Topography and Space in Late Antique Rome’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 225–236.
Brännstedt, L. (2015). ‘Livia on the Move’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 37–46.
Corbeill, A. (2015). ‘'A Shouting and Bustling on All Sides' (Hor. Sat. 1.9.77-8): Everyday Justice in the Streets of Republican Rome’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 89–98.
Hammar, I. (2015). ‘Rolling Thunder: Movement, Violence and Narrative in the History of the Late Roman Republic’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 75–88.
Hellström, M. (2015). ‘Fast Movement through the City: Ideals, Stereotypes and City Planning’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 47–58.
Iara, K. (2015). ‘Moving In and Moving Out: Ritual Movements between Rome and its Suburbium’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 125–132.
Leander Touati, A. (2015). ‘Monuments and Images of the Moving City’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 203–224.
Lønstrup Dal Santo, G. (2015). ‘Rite of Passage: On Ceremonial Movements and Vicarious Memories (Fourth Century CE)’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 145–154.
Malmberg, S. (2015). ‘'Ships are Seen Gliding Swiftly along the Sacred Tiber': The River as an Artery of Urban Movement and Development’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 187–202.
Mulryan, M. (2015). ‘Movement and the Hero: Following St Lawrence in Late Antique Rome’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 165–172.
O'Sullivan, T. (2015). ‘Augustan Literary Tours: Walking and Reading the City’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 111–122.
Undheim, S. (2015). ‘Veiled Visibility: Morality, Movement and Sacred Virginity in Late Antiquity’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 59–71.
Westall, R. (2015). ‘'Moving through Town': Foreign Dignitaries in Rome in the Middle and Late Republic’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 23–36.
Östenberg, I. (2015). ‘Power Walks: Aristocratic Escorted Movements in Republican Rome’, in I. Östenberg, S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London, 13–22.
Östenberg, I., S. Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (2015). The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome. London.
Betts, E. (2011). ‘Towards a Multisensory Experience of Movement in the City of Rome’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space. Oxford, 118–132.
Laurence, R. and D. Newsome (2011). Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space. Oxford.
Macaulay-Lewis, E. (2011). ‘The City in Motion. Walking for Transport and Leisure in the City of Rome’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space n/a. Oxford, 262–289.
Malmberg, S. and H. Bjur (2011). ‘Movement and Urban Development at Two City Gates in Rome’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space n/a. Oxford, 361–385.
Newsome, D. (2011). ‘Introduction: Making Movement Meaningful’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space n/a. Oxford, 1–54.
Newsome, D. (2011). ‘Movement and Fora in Rome (the Late Republic to the First Century CE)’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space n/a. Oxford, 290–311.
O'Sullivan, T. (2011). Walking in Roman Culture. Cambridge.
Stöger, H. (2011). ‘The Spatial Organization of the Movement Economy. The Analysis of Ostia's Scholae’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space n/a. Oxford, 215–242.
Trifilò, F. (2011). ‘Movement, Gaming, and the Use of Space in the Forum’, in R. Laurence and D. Newsome (eds), Rome, Ostia, Pompeii. Movement and Space n/a. Oxford, 312–331.
Newsome, D. (2009). ‘Traffic, Space and Legal Change around the Casa del Marinaio at Pompeii (VII 15.1-2)’. BABesch 84: 121–142.