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Current graduate students, their research interests, and major research paper and thesis topics:
Bronze Age Aegean history and archaeology
MRP: Social and personal identity in Aegean Bronze Age artistic representations
Roman social history; art and architecture of the late Republic and early Empire
Classical Greek and Republican Roman historiography and political science, specifically international relations
Greek slave cultures; Greek and Roman education
MRP: The Examination of Paideia in the Corpus of Xenophon
Greek and Latin language and literature
MRP: The choral odes in Euripides' Hecuba
Latin language and literature, especially rape narratives in Ovid's Fasti
Roman social and cultural history; animal studies; Roman religion
Gender and women studies in antiquity; Greek and Roman religion; Roman art and architecture; representations of the body in Roman literature and art; Roman history from the end of the Republic to the early Empire
Greek archaeology, numismatics and economic history, iconography, and urban architecture
MRP: Form and Functionality: A study of early Greek coinage
Greek and Roman religion and myth
Bronze Age archaeology, especially Mycenaean and Minoan civilizations
Congratulations to Alison Innes, Kevin Kochan, and Samantha Rohrig who have recently completed the MA program and are set to graduate in 2012/2013!
Current and former students have been or presently are involved in faculty research projects overseas in:
In addition, students have worked as research assistants on projects concerning gender and slavery and Greek prostitution (manuscript preparation), and have been involved in databases and digital scanning of archives related to the Promontory Palace at Caesarea, Israel project.
What have some of our recent graduates been doing since they completed their degrees?