'Harvesting Women's Work'

I'm not sure when I drafted up this paper - ' Roman agriculture, gender and work: or harvesting women's work from Roman landscapes' - but I seem to have begun it when I was at Leicester University in the early 1990s and then been inspired to 'finish' it by listening to Jane Webster at TRAC in 1997. It is, obviously, still unfinished - more a series of paragraph-style headings than a completed piece; but the arguments are there I suppose, and it was certainly of its time.