Nora Donoghue



Nora is a PhD candidate in Classical Archaeology. She holds an MA in Classical Studies from Columbia University and a BA in Classical Archaeology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her current research for her dissertation focuses on the use of anthropological approaches to study social behaviors in the non-atrium style houses of Hellenistic to the Early Imperial period in Central Italy. Nora is a supervisor for Cosa Excavations in Ansedonia, Italy and for the Poggio Civitate Field School in Murlo, Italy. At FSU Nora teaches Roman Debates, Greek Debates, Beginning Latin I, and Beginning Latin II as a graduate instructor of record. In her spare time, Nora is an avid baker and enjoys training her one-year old hound, Zoey. 

Research Interest: Roman Domestic Architecture, Etruscan Archaeology, Ancient Textile Production, Etruscan Funerary Art  

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