Fields of interest/specialization: history, provincial Roman history and Latin epigraphy.
Rada Varga holds a PhD in ancient history, being specialized in provincial Roman history and Latin epigraphy. Her main research areas pertain to the fields of Roman social and economic history, as well as prosopography. As an archaeologist, she directs the excavations from Războieni-Cetate (jud. Alba), the seat of one of Dacia’s major auxiliary troops. During the last few years she has also worked in digital humanities, teaching classes and organizing workshops; she is also the coordinator of the Romans1by1 project.
Curriculum Vitae: Varga_CV
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=U-s6E4kAAAAJ&hl=en
- Rada Varga, Carving a Professional Identity: The Occupational Epigraphy of the Roman Latin West, Archaeopress, 2020.
- Rada Varga, The peregrini of Roman Dacia, Mega, 2014.
- Viorica Rusu-Bolindeţ, Rada Varga, Official power and local elites in the Roman provinces, Routledge Publishing, 2016.
- Rada Varga, Angela Lumezeanu The process of record linkage on Roman epigraphical sources. Theory, methods and results, Digital Classics Online, 5, 2, 2019, 28-42.
- Carsten Mischka, Alexander Rubel, Rada Varga, Das Lager der ala I Batavorum milliaria und sein vicus in Războieni-Cetate (Kreis Alba Iulia, Rumänien) – Geophysikalische Untersuchungen und historische Einordnungen, Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt, 48, 3, 2018, 377-405.