Congratulations to our faculty and graduate researchers who presented at the annual AIA meeting in San Diego this January. Classicists Ted Tarkow, Kristin Harper, and Claire McGraw attended the SCS as well, and we are delighted to report that the reception sponsored by Washington University in Saint Louis, University of Missouri, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign was VERY well attended indeed.
Daniel P. Diffendale and Fabrizio Marra: Rethinking the Roman Tuffs: Introducing the QUADRATA Project
Marcello Mogetta, Ilaria Battiloro, Laura D’Esposito, Massimo Barretta, Mattia D’Acri, Dan Diffendale, Matt Harder, and Ivan Varriale: New Investigations at the Sanctuary of Venus in Pompeii: Results of the 2018 Season of the Venus Pompeiana Project (poster)
Susan Langdon: The Origins of Terracotta Figurine Use at Corinth: The View from the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore
Marcus Rautman: Last Suppers at Sardis
Kathleen Warner Slane: Teaching Ancient Sites in the longue durée: The Example of Corinth (panel)
Laura Ursprung-Nerling: The Thorvaldsen Museum and Its Greek Vase Collection: The Formation of National Identity in Nineteenth-Century Denmark
Laura Ursprung-Nerling: Rise of the Individual or Continuation of the Communal: Minoan Pre- and Protopalatial Larnakes on Crete