AboutMy academic interests range from the topography, sculpture, and vase painting of Classical Greece – I wrote my dissertation on Athenian autochthony and identity during the Peloponnesian War – to research pertaining to the provenance of Greek and Roman antiquities and the history of travel, collecting, and display of works of ancient art.
Having worked at the Getty Villa, the University of Toronto, and the Getty Research Institute, I am currently teaching an online course on Provenance Research for Johns Hopkins University’s Masters in Museum Studies program, in addition to serving as a Senior Program Officer with the National Endowment for the Humanities.
- PhD, Johns Hopkins University
- MA, Florida State University
- BFA, Maryland Institute College of Art
“The Empire’s Physician: Galen and Medicine in the Roman World and Reflections on Digital Exhibitions
.” American Journal of Archaeology
126 (1): 139-150 (2022).
“The Gift of Identity: (Re)presenting Autochthony in Classical Athens
50 (1&2): 189-209 (2021).
“Weaving the Chalkeia: Reconstruction and Ritual of an Athenian Festival,” in Textiles and Cult in the Mediterranean Area in the First Millennium B.C., edited by Cecilie Brøns and Marie-Louise Nosch, 36-48. Oxbow Books (2017).
“The Terrain of Autochthony: Shaping the Athenian Landscape in the Late Fifth Century B.C.E.” In The Routledge Handbook to Identity and the Environment in the Classical and Medieval Worlds, edited by R.F. Kennedy and M. Jones-Lewis, 315-340. Routledge (2016).
Exhibition catalogue entries in Pergamon and the Hellenistic Kingdoms of the Ancient World, edited by Carlos A. Picón and Seán Hemingway. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art & Yale University Press (2016).
Exhibition catalogue entries in Heroes: Mortals and Myths in Ancient Greece, edited by Sabine Albersmeier. Baltimore: The Walters Art Museum (2009).