Maya Maskarinec Assistant Professor of History University of Southern California Commons username: @mayamaskarinec Following 2 members ViewActivityProfileSites 0CORE deposits 10Following 2Followers 3Groups 5DiscussionsDocsAcademic InterestsCommons GroupsHCByzantine StudiesEarly MedievalHistoryLate AntiquityMedieval StudiesRecent Commons Activity deposited Who Were the Romans? Shifting… in the group Medieval Studies deposited Who Were the Romans? Shifting… in the group History deposited Who Were the Romans? Shifting… in the group Early Medieval deposited Foreign Saints at Home in Eig… in the group Medieval Studies deposited Foreign Saints at Home in Eig… in the group HistoryWork Shared in COREArticles“Saints for All Christendom: Naturalizing the Alexandrian Saints Cyrus and John in Seventh- to Thirteenth-Century Rome.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers 71 (2017): 337–366“Why Remember Ratchis? Medieval Monastic Memory and the Lombard Past,” Archivio Storico Italiano 177.1 (2019): 3–57“Hagiography as History and the Enigma of the Quattro Coronati,” Rivista di Archeologia Cristiana 93 (2017): 345–409“Ferdinand Gregorovius versus Theodor Mommsen on the City of Rome and Its Legends.” History of Humanities 1.1 (2016): 101-128“The Carolingian Afterlife of the Damasan Inscriptions.” Early Medieval Europe 23.2 (2015): 129–160Book chaptersMobilizing Sanctity: Pius II and the Head of Andrew in Rome (2017)Foreign Saints at Home in Eighth- and Ninth-century Rome. The Patrocinia of Diaconiae, Xenodochia and Greek Monasteries (2014)Who Were the Romans? Shifting Scripts of Romanness in Early Medieval Italy (2013)Book reviewsReview of Christianization and Commonwealth in Early Medieval Europe: A Ritual Interpretation, by Nathan J. Ristuccia. The Medieval Review (TMR 18.11.01), 2018“Memories and memory practices in late-antique Rome.” Review of Rom in der Spätantike. Historische Erinnerung im städtischen Raum, ed. C. Witschel and R. Behrwald. Journal of Roman Archaeology 27 (2014): 909–913Other PublicationsCity of Saints: Rebuilding Rome in the Early Middle Ages. Middle Ages Series. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018.