Instructor of Classical Studies
Wednesday, Friday 11:30 AM -12:30 PM, and by appointment
Office Location: 233D Allen
Education & Training:
Lecturer, Classics, Monmouth University 2016 - 2017
Graduate Instructor, Classics, Florida State University 2008 - 2016
Ph.D., Florida State University 2016
B.A., Dartmouth College 2008
Jazwa, Kyle. Review of R.A.K. Smith, M.K. Dabney, E. Pappi, S. Triantaphyllou, and J.C. Wright. Ayia Sotira. A Mycenaean Chamber Tomb Cemetery in the Nemea Valley, Greece. Vol. 16, no. 3, Mouseion, pp. 517–20.
Jazwa, Kyle. “Building Change: Domestic Architecture and Identity during the Bronze Age to Iron Age Transition.” New Directions and Paradigms for the Study of Greek Architecture, edited by Philip Sapirstein and David Scahill, Brill, Dec. 2019, pp. 151–67.
Jazwa, K. A. “The construction of early helladic ii ceramic roofing tiles from mitrou, Greece: Influence and interaction.” Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, vol. 18, no. 2, Jan. 2018, pp. 153–73. Scopus, doi:10.5281/zenodo.1297155. Full Text Open Access Copy
Jazwa, K. “Hands on Learning for Classics: Building an Effective Long-term Project.” Journal of Classics Teaching, vol. 18, no. 36, Dec. 2017, pp. 1–7.
Building Change: Domestic Architecture and Identity during the Bronze Age to Iron Age Transition. New Approaches and Paradigms in the Study of Greek Architecture. American School of Classical Studies at Athens. November 2016
Constructing Collapse. A Technological Analysis of Early-Middle Bronze Age Domestic Architecture in Mainland Greece and its Social Implications. Annual Meeting of SAA. Society for American Archaeologists. April 2016
A Preliminary Examination of Architectural Fragments from Mitrou, Greece: The Benefits of a Contextual Analysis of Accidentally Fired Earthen Material. AIA Annual Meeting. Archaeological Institute of America. January 2012