Research areas

  • Archaeology of Greece and the eastern Mediterranean
  • The Aegean Bronze Age
  • Ancient Technology and Craftsmanship
  • Cross–Cultural Interactions

I am a classical archaeologist whose research explores the archaeology, art, and architecture of Greece and the eastern Mediterranean during the Bronze Age. I study ancient technology, particularly stone working and metallurgy, to assess local, trans-regional, and intercultural craft connections throughout the latter half of the second millennium BC.

Courses taught

  • Ancient Athletics
  • Art and Archaeology of Greece
  • Art and Archaeology of the Aegean
  • Classical Art and Archaeology
  • Classical Mythology
  • Greek Sanctuaries: Archaeology of Religious Space
  • Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
  • Topography and Monuments of Athens

Research Areas

  • Art and archaeology of Greece and the eastern Mediterranean; Aegean Bronze Age; ancient technology and craftwork; cross-cultural interactions
Classics, Classics
PhD, Bryn Mawr College, 2011
MA, Bryn Mawr College, 2004
BA, Davidson College, 2002