Congratulations to Graduate Students

Congratulations to Graduate Students who presented at 2021 AIA/SCS Conference. 

Melissa Ludke, Jennifer Weigel, Eva Carrara, Christina Cha, Allison Smith, Ann Glennie, Nora Donoghue, Jessica Tilley, Matthew Lupu      

                                                                                                                                                 

Topics of the presentations: 

Melissa Ludke 
“Coins in the Mortar: The Social Aspects of Coins in Architecture” 

Jennifer Weigel
“Contextualizing the Consumer: Globalization, Glocalization, and the Etruscans”. 

Eva Carrara
"Roman Women's Useful Knowledge: Historical Examples in Women's Speech in Dionysius of Halicarnassus"

Christina Cha and Allison Smith
“The Evidence and Potential Functions of Anepigraphic Brick Stamps at Cosa’s Bathhouse.”

Ann Glennie
"Using Cosa's "Capitolium" as a Tool to Revaluate the Scholarly Narrative of the Colony"

Nora Donoghue
"Reworking an Etruscan Workshop: A Reinvestigation of the Orientalizing Workshop at Poggio Civitate."

Jessica Tilley
“Queer Eye for the Dead Guy: Gender Performance and Queerness in the Roman Funeral.”

Matthew Lupu
"Julian's Platonopolis?"