Archaeology and Visual Studies

Greek and Mediterranean archaeology; the Greek Iron Age; archaic and classical Sicily and S. Italy; the archaeology of colonization; mortuary practices; hero cult
Roman history, esp. of the imperial period; Roman women; Roman topography and urbanism; Latin historiography; Latin epigraphy
Etruscan, pre-Roman and Roman archaeology; virtual and cyber-archaeology; archaeological theory; memetics; neuro-archaeology; early urban societies in the Mediterranean basin; archaeology and cultural transmission
archaeological theory; Roman visual and material culture; Roman colonialism; cultural change and monetization in Hispania, esp. funerary, urban and military contexts