ERIC R. VARNER, D Memoriae, RI Portraiture

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Content: ERIC R. VARNER Departments of art history and Classics Emory University Atlanta, GA 30322 voice (404) 727-2578 fax (404) 727-0223 email [email protected] EDUCATION Ph.D., Yale University, Classics (Classical Archaeology), 1993 M.Phil., Yale University, Classics (Classical Archaeology), 1988 A.B., Princeton University, Classics (Classical Archaeology), 1985 (magna cum laude) DISSERTATION Damnatio Memoriae and Roman Imperial Portraiture Advisor: Diana E.E. Kleiner AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS: DISC Grant "Views of Rome" 2011-12 Associate Professor Completion Leave 2010 Woodruff Travel Award 2009 Woodruff Travel Award 2008 Emory ICIS Travel Grant 2007 Emory ICIS Travel Grant 2005 Emory UTF Grant (Art History Digital Images Teaching Enhancement Proposal) 2004 Emory URC Grant 2004 Emory ICIS Travel Grant 2002 Emory ICIS curriculum development Grant Emory ICIS Travel Grant 2000 National Endowment for the Arts, for "From Caligula to Constantine: Tyranny and Transformation in Roman Portraiture" 1999 Video Teaching Grant, 1998 University Teaching Fund Committee award to develop "Roman Vision" 1998-2000 Emory ICIS Travel Grant 1998 Andrew Mellon Faculty Fellowship in the Humanities for Classical Archaeology, Emory University, 1992-94 Whiting Fellowship, Yale University, 1991-92 John F. Enders Research Assistance Grant, Yale University, 1991 Fulbright Fellowship, Italy, 1989-90 Berkeley, Biddle, Woolsey Travel Grant, Yale University, 1989 R. Townsend Fellowship, Yale University, 1988-89 1
Berkeley, Biddle, Woolsey Travel Grant, Yale University, 1988 AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Roman Sculpture Monuments and Topography of Rome EMPLOYMENT Emory University: Associate Professor, Departments of Art History and Classics, 2004Assistant Professor, Departments of Art History and Classics, 1998-2004 Visiting Assistant Professor, Departments of Art History and Classics, 1995-98 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Classics, 1994-5 Mellon Faculty Fellow in Classical Archaeology, Department of Classics, 1992-4 John Cabot University Visiting Professor 1997- PUBLICATIONS Books: Mutilation and Transformation: Damnatio Memoriae and Roman Imperial Portraiture (Leiden 2004). Grotesque Aesthetics. Transgression and Transcendence in the Age of Nero (in progress) Catalogues: From Caligula to Constantine: Tyranny and Transformation in Roman Portraiture (Atlanta 2000) Articles: "Odourlessness in Antiquity," M. Bradley, Smell in Antiquity (forthcoming). "Performative Portraits: Nero's Transformation of the Imperial Image," in M. Prusac, ed.., The Performing Presence of Portraits (Ashgate forthcoming): "The Visual Aftermath: Flavian and Later Responses to the Art and Architecture of Nero," in S. Bartsch, C. Littlewood, and K. Freudenberg eds., Cambridge Companion to the Age of Nero (Cambridge, forthcoming) "Reconstructing Ancient Rome in the Renaissance: Pirro Ligorio's Imago Urbis Antiquei of 1563," in S. McPhee and M. Shufeldt, eds., Antichitб, Teatro, Magnificenza. Renaissance and Baroque Images of Rome (Atlanta 2013) "Reuse and Recarving: Technical Evidence" in E. Friedland and E. Gazda, eds. Oxford Companion to Roman Sculpture (Oxford, fortchoming) "Portraiture, Self-fashioning, and the Second Sophistic," in W. Johnson, ed. Oxford University Press Handbook of the Second Sophistic "Problems in Patronage: Intentionality and Interpretation," in C. Marconi, ed., Oxford University Press Handbook of Greek and Roman Art "Fluidity and Fluctuation: Shifting Dynamics of Condemnation in Roman Imperil Portraits," in F. Wascheck, ed. Fluid Bodies (Cologne, forthcoming) 2
"Maxentius, Constantine and Hadrian: Images and the Expropriation of Imperial Identity," in T. M. Kristensen and B. Poulsen, eds, Using Images in Late Antiquity: Identity, Commemoration and Response (Oxford, forthcoming) "Beyond Damantio Memoriae: Memory Sanctions, Caligula's Portraits, and the Richmond Togatus," in B. Frischer and P. Schertz, eds. Caligula 3-D, Man, Myth, Emperor, (Leiden, forthcoming) (digital version available 2013) "Caligula, Memory Sanctions, and the Nemi Statue," in G. Ghini, ed., Caligola. La Trasgressione al Potere (Rome, 2013) "Damnatio Memoriae," Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Ancient History "Roman Authority, Imperial Authoriality and Julian's Artistic Program," in S. Tougher and N. Baker, eds., Emperor and Author: The Writings of Julian the Apostate (London 2012) 183-211. "Violent Discourses: Visual Cannibalism and the Portraits of Rome's `Bad' Emperors," in S. Ralph, ed., The Archaeology of Violence. Interdisciplinary Approaches (Albany 2013) 121-42. "Reconfiguring Roman Portraits: Theories and Practices," Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 55 (2010) 45-56. "Transcending Gender: Assimilation, Identity and Roman Imperial Portraits," in S. Bell and I Hansen, eds. role models: Identity and Assimilation in the Roman World (Supplement to the Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 7, Ann Arbor 2008) 185-205. "Memory Sanctions, Identity Politics and Altered Imperial Portraits," in S. Benoist and A. Daguet-Gagey, eds., Un Discours en Images de la Condemnation de Mйmoire (Centre Rйgional Universitaire Lorrain d'Histoire Site de Metz 34, Metz 2008) 129-52. "Reading Replications: Roman Rhetoric and Greek Quotations," Art History 29.2 (2006) 280-303. "Execution in Effigy: Severed Heads and Decapitated Statues in Imperial Rome," in A. Hopkins and M. Wyke, eds., Roman Bodies. Antiquity to the eighteenth century (London 2005) 66-81. "Portraits, Plots and Politics: Damnatio Memoriae and the Images of Imperial Women," Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 46 (2001) 41-93. "Punishment after Death: Mutilation of Images and Corpse Abuse in Imperial Rome," Mortality, 6.1 (2001) 45-63. "Tyranny and the Transformation in Roman Imperial Marble Portraits and Coins," Minerva 11.6 (2000) 45-49. "Grotesque Vision: Seneca's Tragedies and Neronian Art," Seneca in Performance, G. Harrison, ed. (Wales Classical Press 2000) 119-36. "Domitia Longina and the Politics of Portraiture," American Journal of Archaeology 99 (1995) 187-206. "Two Portrait Stelae at Yale and the Romanization of North Africa," Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (1990) 11-19. Reviews and Catalogue Entries: Review, M. Beckman, The Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Genesis and Meaning of a Roman Imperial Monument (Chapel Hill 2011) Classical Journal (forthcoming) 3
Review, B.C. Ewald and C. F. Norea, eds., The Emperor and Rome. Space, Representation, and Ritual (Yale Classical Studies 35, Cambridge 2010), Ancient History Bulletin, online reviews (forthcoming). Review, S. Dillon, Ancient Greek Portrait Sculpture (Cambridge 2006) caa.reviews Review, H.I. Flower, The Art of Forgetting. Disgrace and Oblivion in Roman Political Culture (Chapel Hill 2006) Phoenix (2009) 195-7. Review, C. Hallett, The Roman Nude (Oxford 2005) American Journal of Archaeology 113.1 (2008) online reviews Review, P.J. Holliday, The Origins of Roman Historical Commemoration in the visual arts (Cambridge 2002) American Journal of Archaeology 111 (2007) 173-74. Review, E. Perry, The Aesthetics of Emulation in the Visual Arts of Ancient Rome(Cambridge 2005) American Journal of Archaeology 110 (1996) 678-9 Review, N. Agnoli, ed. Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Palestrina. Le Sculture (Rome 2002) American Journal of Archaeology 110.4 (2006) online reviews Review, J. Meier, Emperors Don't Die in Bed (New York and London 2004) Mortality 2005 Review, E. Bartman, Portraits of Livia (Cambridge 1999) Classical Journal 95 (2000) 412-5. Review, T. Hцlscher, Monumenti statali e pubblico (Rome 1994) Archaeological News 23 (1998-2000) 74-75. "Funerary Portrait of Gratidia M.L. Chrite and M. Gratidius Libanus," Rings: Five Passions in World Art, M. Shapiro, ed. (New York 1996) 62. Portrait of Lucius Caesar, Portrait of Tiberius, Portrait of Caligula, Portrait of Nero, Portraits of Septimius Severus and Julia Domna, Portraits of Caracalla, Portrait of Plautilla, I Claudia: Women in Ancient Rome (New Haven 1996) 55, 61-3, 81-6. Review, O. Drдger, Religionem Significare: Studien zu reich verzierten rцmischen Altaren und Basen aus Marmor (RM EH 33, Mainz 1994), American Journal of Archaeology 100 (1996) 801-2. Review, N. Hannestad, Tradition in Late Antique Sculpture (Aarhus 1994), Amercian Journal of Archaeology 99 (1995) 746-7. Review, Grabeskunst der rцmischen Kaiserzeit, G. Koch, ed. (Mainz 1993), Archaeological News 19 (1995) 49-51. EXHIBITIONS: "From Caligula to Constantine: Tyranny and Transformation in Roman Portraiture," Michael C. Carlos Museum, September 2000-January 2001; Yale University Art Gallery January-March 2001. "Fragments of the Roman Past: North African Red Slip Ware from the Collection of William Knight Zewadski," Michael C. Carlos Museum, February- May 1994 PAPERS AND LECTURES DELIVERED "Incarnating the Aurea Aetas: Theomorphic Rhetoric and the Portraits of Nero," Gods, Objecrts, and Ritual Practice in Ancient Mediterranean Religions, Society for Ancient 4
Mediterranean Religions, Emory University, March 2013 "Innovation and Orthodoxy in the Portraiture of Constantine and His Sons," In the Shadow of Constantine and Julian: the Roman Empire A.D. 337-61, VII Celtic Conference in Classics, Colloque Franco-Britannique en Sciences de l'Antiquitй, September 2012 "Sex Lies and Politics: Memory Sanctions and the Portraits of Rome's `Bad' Empresses," The Art Institute of Chicago, Classical Art Society, April 2012 "Beyond Damnatio Memoriae: Memory Sanctions, Caligula's Portraits, and the Richmond Togatus," Caligula 3-D, Man, Myth, Emperor, Richmond, Museum of Fine Arts, December 2011 "Sex, Lies and Politics: Portraits of Rome's `Bad Empresses," Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, October 2011. "Fluidity and Fluctuation: the Shifting Dynamics of Condemnation in Roman Imperial Portraiture," Fluide Kцrper-Bodies in Transition, Morphomata, Internationales Kolleg, University of Cologne, May 2011 "Ambivalent Identities: Re-purposing Roman Portraits," keynote address, "Refuse and Reuse: The Challenges of Re-purposing and Re-imagining in the Classical World." University of North Carolina, Chaple Hill and Duke University Annual Graduate Student Classics Colloquium, April 2011 "Cheese and Cheesemaking in Ancient Rome," Michael C. Carlos Museum, January, 2011 "Grotesque Aesthetics in Neronian Art and Culture," University of Aarhus, Denmark, May 2010 "Grotesque Aesthetics: Transgression and Transcendence in Neronian Rome," City of Rome Lecture Series, British School in Rome, April 2010 "Maxentius and Constantine: Images and the Expropriation of Imperial Identity," Using Images in Late Antiquity: Identity, Commemoration and Response, Accademia di Danimarca, Rome, January 2010 "Domesticating the Dead: Images of Death in the Roman House," 9th International Conference on the Social Context of Death, Dying and Disposal, Durham, September 2009 "Reconfiguring Roman Portraits: Theories and Practices," The Good the Bad and the Altered: Reworked Roman Portraits and the Jocelyn Augustus, Creighton University, April 2009 "Violent Discourses: Visual Cannibalism and the Portraits of Rome's `Bad' Emperors," The Archaeology of Violence: An Integrated Approach to the Study of Violence and and Conflict, Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology, State University of New York, Buffalo, April 2009 "Mass Appeal: Crafting Pompey's Public Persona," The Theater of Pompey: Staging the Self through Roman Architecture, University of Georgia, Athens, October 2007 "Animated Conversations: Roman Portraits, Living Viewers and the Dead," 8th International Conference of the Social Context of Death, Dying and Disposal, Bath, September 2007 "Pushing Portrait Boundaries: Identity and Agency in Altered Roman Images," Image 5
As Boundary, University of Durham, July 2007 "Retracted Memories: Identity and Agency in the Destruction and Alteration of Roman Imperial Portraits," Un discourse en images de la condemnation de mйmoire, Centers Gernet et Glotz, Universitй Paul Verlaine, Metz, June 2007 "Eternal Rome and the Semiotics of Death in Roman Funerary Art" Key note address, Athenaze Conference, University of Georgia, Athens, March 2006. "Encoding Identity: Semantic Systems in Roman Portraiture," Reading the Roman Portraits, Michael C. Carlos Museum, January 2006. "Art History as Afterlife: Monumentalization and Memorialization in Roman Funerary Art," Seventh International Conference on the Social Context of Death, Dying and Didposal, Bath, September 2005 "Tiberius: Portrait Paradigms and Paradoxes," College Art Association annual meetings, February 2005 "Reading Replications: Roman Rhetoric and Greek Quotations," Corpus Christi College, Oxford, June 2004 "Transgendered Images: Assimilation and Identity in Roman Imperial Portraits" University of Texas at Austin, October 2003 "Eternal Rome and the Semiotics of Death in Roman Funerary Art," Hunter College, April, 2003 "Transcending Gender: Assimilation, Identity and Roman Imperial Portraits," Role Models: Identity and Assimilation in the Roman World and early modern Italy, American Academy in Rome and the British School at Rome, March 2003 "Golden Excess: Nero's Portraits and the Cult of Luxury," Re-imagining Nero, Michael C. Carlos Museum, November 2002 "Eternal Rome and the Semiotics of Death on a Season Sarcophagus in the Michael C. Carlos Museum," Sixth International Conference of the Social Context of Death, Dying and Disposal, York, September 2002 "Beyond Greece: Nero's Artistic Interactions with Egypt and Armenia," Corpus Christi College, Oxford, May 2002 "Rus in Urbe: Nero's Domus Aurea and the Architecture of Transgression," Association Ancient Historians, Annual Meeting, Savannah, April 2002 "Ideologies of Empathy: Cruelty and Clemency on the Column of Trajan," Second Annual Societas Conference: Roman political ideology, Villa Vergiliana, Cumae, Italy, May 2001. "The Art of Condemnation: Sculptors' Responses to the Mutilation and Reuse of Roman Imperial Portraits" Marble in the Roman World, University of Colorado, Boulder, April 2001 "Mutilation of Images and Corpse Abuse in Ancient Rome,"Roman Bodies: Metamorphoses, Mutilation, and Martyrdom, British School in Rome, March 2001 "Memory, Condemnation and the Instability of Roman Imperial Images," Symposium, Tyranny and Transformation in Roman Portraiture, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Ocotober 2000 "Documenting Death: Dacians and Empathy on the Column of Trajan in Rome," Fifth 6
International Conference on the Social Context of Death Dying and Disposal, London, September 2000 "Punishment After Death: Mutilation of Images and Corpses in Imperial Rome," Fourth International Conference on the Social Context of Death, Dying, and Disposal, Glasgow, September 1998 "Wine and Wine Making in Roman Art," Michael C. Carlos Museum, March 1998 "Memory and Commemoration: Constructing Image and Identity in Roman Portraits," Michael C. Carlos Museum, March 1998 "Mutilation and Transformation in Roman Portraits," keynote address, "Ars Refecta" Annual Graduate Student Symposium, University of Missouri, March 1998. "Grotesque Vision: Seneca's Tragedies and Neronian Art," in "Seneca in Performance," Xavier University, February 1998 "Reflections of the Roman Theater at Sepphoris," Michael C. Carlos Museum, February 1998 "Mutilation and Reuse: Recasting the Image of the Roman Ruler, " in "Negating the Image: Iconoclasm, Vandalism, and Art Censorship," College Art Association, Annual Meetings, February 1997 "Emperors, Popes and Architectural Commemoration in Rome," Michael C. Carlos Museum, November 1996 "Ancient Olive Crowns: Their History and Context," Michael C. Carlos Museum, September 1996 "A Portrait of a Roman Woman as Venus-Hygeia," Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University, November 1995 "Image and Response: Roman Women and the Portraits of Ptolemaic Queens," American Research Center in Egypt, Annual Meetings, April 1995 "Outsiders in Roman Art," Multiculturalism: Ancient and Modern, Emory University, February 1995 "Nero Imperator: Military Imagery and the Portraits of Nero," Annual Meetings, Archaeological Institute of America and the American Philological Association, December, 1994 "Artistic Ambiguity in Vergil's Aeneid and the Ara Pacis Augustae," NEH Institute, Reading Vergil's Aeneid in the Humanities Curriculum, Christine G. Perkell, director, June-August 1994 "Images of Saturn in the Art of Ancient North Africa,"Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University, April 1994 "Aspects of Divinity in Roman Imperial Portraiture: A Portrait of Hadrian from Carthage and the Imperial Cult in North Africa," Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University, April 1994 "Rewriting the Visual Record: Damnatio Memoriae and Roman Imperial Portraits," Archaeological Institute of America, Atlanta Society, November 1993 "Domitia Longina and the Politics of Portraiture," Archaeological Institute of America 7
Annual Meeting, December 1992 "Damnatio Memoriae and Imperial Portraits," Archaeological Institute of America, Athens Georgia Society, November 1992 "Condemnation in Crisis: Three Portraits of Severus Alexander and Damnatio Memoriae in the Late Severan Period," Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, December, 1991 "Mithras and Other Mysteries: Near Eastern Religions and the Art of the Roman Provinces," Yale University Art Gallery, October, 1991 "Memorials in Stone: Roman Relief Sculpture from Tunisia and Palmyra," Yale University Art Gallery, January, 1991 teaching experience Emory University: The Julio-Claudian Artistic Revolution, Spring 2013 Reconstructing Ancient Rome in The Renaissance: Pirro Ligorio's Imago Urbis Antiquae, Fall 2012 The Twelve Caesars: Sex, Lies and Politics in Ancient Rome, Fall 2012 Urbs Aeterna: Art and Architecture of Ancient Rome, Summer 2012, Summer 2013 Late Antique Rome, Spring 2012 Roman Art in the Michael C. Carlos Museum, Fall 2011 Issues in Roman Portrait Studies, Spring 2011 Roman Sculpture in Context, Fall 2010 Power and Politics in Miniature, Fall 2010 Column of Marcus Aurelius, Srping 2009 Understanding Roman Sculpture, Spring 2008 Defying Death: Art and Afterlife in Ancient Rome, Fall 2007 Picturing Artifice: Phantasia and Roman Painting, Fall 2006 Views of Rome: Ancient and Baroque, Fall 2006 Memorial Afterlife and Roman Funerary Art, Spring 2004 Politics, Identity and Gender in Roman Art, Fall 2003 Methods in Art History, Fall 2003, Fall 2005, Fall 2010, Fall 2011 Rome: Ancient and Baroque (Art History Summer Abroad Program) 2010, 2003 The Art of Transgression under Nero, Fall 2002 Roman Citiscapes: Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Ostia, Fall 2002 Nero: Hero or Anti Hero?, Spring 2002 Roman Vision, Fall 2000, Spring 2004 Column of Trajan, Spring 2000 Roman Imperial Residences: Architecture and Decoration, Fall 1998 Image and Identity in Roman Portraits, Spring 1998, Spring 2005 Image and Text: Suetonius, Caesars, and Art, Fall 1997 Mutilation and Transformation in Roman Art and Architecture, Fall, 2000, Spring 1997 Age of Augustus, Spring 2002, Spring 1997, Spring 1995 8
Politics of Gender: Images of Women in Roman Art, Spring 2000, Fall 1996, Fall 1993 Imitation and Rivalry: Alexander the Great and His Artistic Legacy, Fall 1996 Tradition and Innovation in Late Antique Art, Spring 1996 Survey of Roman Art, Spring 2011, Fall 2008, Spring 2006, Spring 2005, Spring 2003, Spring 2001, Spring 2000, Spring 1999, Fall 1997, Spring 1996 Classics 101, Fall 2007, Spring Spring 2001, Spring 1999, Spring 1998, Spring 1997, Fall 1995 Age of Nero, Fall 1998, Fall 1995, Spring 1993, Fall 2005, Spring 2012 Art History 101 (Etruscan and Roman), Fall 2010, Fall 2009, Fall 2008, Fall 2007, Fall 2006, Fall 2005, Fall 2003, Fall 2002, Fall 2000, Fall 1998, Fall, 1997, Fall 1996, Fall 1995, (Greek and Etruscan), Fall 1992 Pompeii, Herculaneum and Ostia: the Urban Fabric of Roman Daily Life, Spring 1998, Spring 1995 Latin 102, Fall 1994 Latin 101, Fall 1994 Urbs Aeterna: Monuments and Topography of Ancient Rome, Fall 2008, Fall 1994, Fall 1992 Ancient North Africa: Art and Society, Spring 1994 Emory Summer Program in Italy, Summer 1993 John Cabot University, Rome Monuments and Topography of Ancient Rome, June 2010, June 2008, June 2007 June 2006, June 2005, June 2004, June 2003, June 2002, June 2001, June 2000, Fall 1999, June 1999, July 1998, July 1997 Yale University: Teaching Fellow, Greek Architecture, Spring 1991 Teaching Fellow, Age of Augustus, Fall 1990 Teaching Fellow, Roman History, Spring 1989 Teaching Fellow, Age of Augustus, Fall 1988 Teaching Fellow, Cities of the Greco-Roman World, Spring 1988 Teaching Fellow, Greek Art, Fall 1988 UNIVERSITY SERVICE Emory University: Dissertation Defense Committee, Elizabeth Cummins, 2013 Dissertation Defense Committee, Clare Fitzgerald 2013 Dissertation Defense Committee, advisor, Susan Blevins 2013 Ph.D. Exam Committee, major field advisor, Katherine Cupello 2013 Dissertation Prospectus Committee, Joanna Mundy 2013 Dissertation Prospectus Committee, Kira Jones, 2013 Ph.D. Exam Committee, major field advisor, Joanna Mundy, 2012 Dissertation Defense Committee, Catherine Fernandez 2012 9
Honors Thesis Committee, Daniel Ledford 2012-13 Arts and Sciences Fellowship Committee, Laney Graduate School, 2011Faculty Advisor, Pawsitive Outreach 2006­ Ph.D. Exam Committee, Rachel Kreiter, 2011 Qualifying Paper Committee, Rachel Kreiter, 2011 Dissertation Prospectus Committee, Annie Shanley, 2010 Dissertation Prospectus Committee, Flora Anthony, 2010 Ph.D. Exam Committee, major field advisor, Alexandre Miller, 2010 Ph.D. Exam Committee, minor field advisor, Annie Shanley, 2010 Dissertation Prospectus Committee, Jennifer Siegler, 2010 Honor's Thesis Committee, Andrew Magee, 2009-10 Honor's Thesis Committee, Jessica Compton 2009-10 Ph.D. Exam Committee, major field advisor, Devon Stewart, 2009 Ph.D. Dissertation Committee, Amy Sowder 2009 Ph.D. Exam Committee, major field advisor, Jacquelyn McCollum, 2009 Search Committe, Holland Chair in Roman History, 2008-2009 Ph.D. Exam Committee, minor field advisor, Clare Fitzgerald, 2008 Ph.D. Exam Committee, Catherine Fernandez, 2008 Honors Thesis, Co-Advisor, Lauren Paynter, 2008-9 Ph.D. Exam Committee, major field advisor, Beth Gardiner Lytle, 2008 Ph.D. Exam Committee, major field advisor, Susan Blevins, 2008 Ph.D. Exam Committee, minor field advisor, Liz Cummins, 2008 Ph.D. Exam Committee, Janelle Peters, Graduate Division of Religion 2008 Ph.D. Exam Committee, major field advisor, Rachel Foulk, 2007 Honors Thesis, Co-Advisor, Rachel Harrison 2006-7 Director of Graduate Studies, Art History, 2006-9 Ph.D. Dissertation Committee, Jason Cjieka, Art History 2005Ph.D. Dissertaion Committee, Anthony Mangieri, Art History, 2005-8 Honors Thesis Advisor, Val Prochaka, Classical Studies, 2005-6 Honors Thesis Advisor, Susan Weisbrod, Art History, 2005-6 Educational Policy Committee, 2005-8 Humanities Committee, SIRE Grants 2003-2004 Honors Coordinator, Art History Department 2003-2004, 2012-13 Library Representative, Art History Department 2003 Honors Thesis Committee, Scott Walker, Art History, 2003-3004 Honors Thesis Committee, Lisa Boutin, Art History, 2003-2004 Honors Thesis Committee, Ellie Ruth, Political Science, 2002-2003 Honors Thesis Committee, Jody Campbell, History Department, 2002-2003 Ph.D. Defense Committee, Karen O'Day, December 2002 Organizer, "Re-imagining Nero," Symposium, Michael C. Carlos Museum, November 2002 Ph.D. Defense Committee, chair, Katrina Dickson, April 2002 Curriculum Committee, 2000-2002 10
Search Committee, Curator of Greek and Roman Art, Michael C. Carlos Museum, 2000-1 Ph.D. Exam Committee, Erin Black, Spring 2001 Ph.D. Exam Committee, Jennifer Palinkas, Spring 2001 Curator, "From Caligula to Constantine: Tyranny and Transformation in Roman Portraiture," Michael C. Carlos Museum, September 2000-January 2001; Yale University Art Gallery January-March 2001. Ph.D. Exam Committee, John Stephenson, Fall 2000 Academic Advisor, Emory Students at John Cabot, Fall 1999 Search Committee, Greek Material Culture Position, Classics Department, 1998-99 Study Abroad Coordinator, Art History Department, 2010-11, 1998-2004 Graduate Committee, Art History Department, 2002, 1999, 1998 Steering Committee, Program in Classical Studies, 1997Curator, "Fragments of the Roman Past: North African Red Slip Ware from the Collection of William Knight Zewadski," Michael C. Carlos Museum, February- May 1994 Curriculum Reform Committee, Classics Department, 1993-1994 Dissertation Advisor, Katrina Dickson, "Agrippina Minor: Optima Mater or Semper Atrox?" Dissertation Advisor, Erin Black, Tropaeum Traiani at Adamklisi Dissertation Advisor, John Stephenson, Roman Villas in Gaul, Spain and North Africa Dissertation Committee, Karen O'Day, Ph.D. Exam Committee, Sheramy Bundrick, Fall 1995 Honors Thesis Advisor, Saskia Benjamin, Empresses as Goddesses in JulioClaudian Visual Propaganda, 1994-95 Honors Thesis Committee, Nicholas Holmes, Spring 1995 Ph.D. Exam Committee, Katrina Dickson, Fall 1994 RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Manuscript Reveiw, Classical Journal 2012 Manuscript Review, Journal of Roman Archaeology 2012 Manuscript Review, Oxford University Press 2011 Reviewer, ACLS Mellon Dissertation Completion Fellowships, 2009-11 Manuscript Review, Melborune Historical Journal, 2010 Ph.D. Thesis Committee, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 2009-10. Manuscript Review, Art Bulletin 2008 Manuscript Review, Ohio University Press, 2007 Manuscript Review, Hesperia, 2006 Tenure Reviews, University of Indiana, Bloomington, 2006, University of Delaware, 2005, University of Colorado, Boulder 2005 Chair, "Inventing the Age of Augustus: Tiberius and the Reification of Empire," College Art Association Annual Meetings, February 2005 Manuscript Review, A History of Roman Art (textbook) 2004 11
Manuscript Review, Roman Chapters, Janson's History of Art 2004 Manuscript Reviews, American Journal of Archaeology, 2011, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2004, 2002, 1995 Manuscript Reviews, Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome, 2006, 2004, 2002 Sculptural Workshop, Butrint Albania (organized by the British School at Rome and the Butrint Foundation) June 2003 Organizer, "Re-Imagining Nero," Symposium, Michael C. Carlos Museum, November 2002 Sculptural Consultant, Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina, Fall 2002 Ph.D. Thesis Committee, University of Sidney, Australia, 2000-2001 President, Archaeological Institute of America, Atlanta Society, 1998-2001 Manuscript Review, Princeton University Art Museum Catalogue of Roman Sculpture, 2000 Chair, "Remembering the Dead: Roman Funerary Reliefs," Open Session Annual Meeting, Archaeological Institute of America, December 1998 Promotion Review, Oakland University, April 1997 Sculptural Consultant, Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina, July 1996 Organizer, "Rethinking Nero's Legacy: New Perspectives on Neronian Art, Literature, and History," Joint Session, Annual Meetings of the Archaeological Institute of America and the American Philological Association, December, 1994 Member, Local Organizing Committee, Annual Meetings of the Archaeological Institute of America and the American Philological Association, December 1994 Member, Local Organizing Committee, Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, April 1994 President, Archaeological Institute of America, New Haven Society, 1990-1992 Librarian, Classical Archaeology Slide Collection, Yale University, 1991 FIELD EXPERIENCE University of Georgia Excavations of the Roman Circus at Carthage (Naomi Norman, Director): Summer 1987, Supervisor Summer 1985, Student Participant 12

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