Gianpaolo Urso is a researcher (B) of Roman history at the University of Salerno. Previously, he worked in the universities of Milan (Cattolica), Paris (Sorbonne) and Bordeaux (Montaigne), participating in several international research projects. He is a member of the scientific council of the Sallustian Studies Center and of the magazine “Erga-Logoi”. His research activity focuses mainly on the political and institutional history of republican Rome (from its origins to the civil wars) and on Roman historiography in Greek. He is the author of four monographs, the last of which is Catilina. Le faux populiste, Editions Ausonius, Bordeaux, 2019.
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